car bumper

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  • She landed a local job fabricating car bumpers, but was fired after only two weeks when her employer learned she had a prison record.
  • Car bumpers had to cut holes bayfleksowe to reduce vehicle weight.
  • These covered a larger area of potential contact than conventional car bumpers of the time and survived low speed parking shunts without permanently distorting.
  • The edges are functional, too, in that they protect car bumpers from crashing against a vertical wall.
  • Scanned from a car bumper sticker, not taken from any website.
  • This was followed in 1968, using car bumpers and other automobile parts, searching junkyards for materials.
  • At that time, NHTSA promised to conduct research and testing to provide consumers with accurate information on the quality of new car bumpers, but no such information has been provided.
  • During growth, the material's shape can be molded into various products including protective packaging, building products, apparel, car bumpers, or surfboards.
  • Breton flags are popular in Cornwall and are often seen alongside the Cornish flag on car bumpers and at musical events.
  • In one series he pasted bumper stickers with haiku like slogans on re-chromed car bumpers.
  • Spencer Smith then tapes "Hey moon" onto everybody's car bumper in a parking lot and runs away.
  • In so doing Johnson's hand was caught between the engine bumper and the dining car bumper and crushed, which necessitated amputation of the hand above the wrist.
  • In 1978, he started Bumper Works, which made car bumpers for customized pickup trucks and body shop repairs.
  • New passenger car requirements set by NHTSA called for the front and rear passenger car bumpers to have uniform heights, take angle impacts, and sustain impacts with no damage.
  • After leaving school, he worked as a salesman, selling children's encycylopedias door-to-door, car bulbs and car bumper and window stickers, before initially retiring before the age of 40.
  • Foveaux Radio logo from the 1980's scanned from car bumper sticker.
  • In 1971, the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued the country's first regulation applicable to passenger car bumpers.
  • Ultimately, Wayne wins the skating bravado contest by hitching a ride -- unbeknownst to the drivers -- hanging on to the back of car bumpers.
  • It finishes with the car bumper bearing the abbreviation "SEXRCZE".
  • Pyrene Phomene installations were fitted to many ships during the 1930s, and the 'car bumper' division became well established and by 1960 was producing approximately one third of the car bumpers used in the UK motor industry.