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This is a discussion on Audi vs Tree within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Sorry if this is a repost but..DAMN.. http://forums.audiworld.com/other/msgs/2478782.phtml...

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    Audi vs Tree

    Sorry if this is a repost but..DAMN..


    http://forums.audiworld.com/other/msgs/2478782.phtml
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    HOLY SH!T !

    There is nothing left of that car.
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    HOLY CHRIST.... I hope they are ok.

    However I think it's safe to say, they didn't make it.

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    That'll buff right out.

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    Bah, SRT-4 would have taken that tree out.

    What an awful crash.

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    Notice the body bags/sheets...and the door physically wrapped around the tree at the point of impact

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    Originally posted by BiglTFP
    Notice the body bags/sheets...and the door physically wrapped around the tree at the point of impact
    Yeah, I noticed the door too. That is just scary. I didn't read any of the thread on AudiWorld. Did anybody see how fast they were going?

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    bondo + duct tape = good as new.
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    It is an A3 also.....shorter! No airbags

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    Wow... that would ruin your whole day/week/month/year/life!

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    OMG!!!!!!!

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    Speedo says 90...it is frozen there..but the revs seem misleading...i think it said only 2-3k...
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    Originally posted by YELLOWvr4BLUwrx
    Speedo says 90...it is frozen there..but the revs seem misleading...i think it said only 2-3k...
    The accident took place in Portugal, they use kph there, that would explain the revs.

    All the more reason to slow down, 90 kph is around 56 mph.

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    Also, looks like it was a diesel? Max rpm on the dial is ~4600

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