"We're told Kevin is in the crosshairs of the other 2 people in the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda because the car did not have safety harnesses or airbags. The argument is ... Kevin should have worried less about keeping the car authentic and more about safety -- and not doing so constitutes negligence." ... See MoreSee Less
Ultimately, the passengers made the conscious decision themselves to get in the car knowing full well of the car’s setup and the potential risks. They’ll probably win if they sue (it’s California), but in reality it shouldn’t be allowed to sue someone else for your own stupidity, smh
This is stupid. The car didn’t come from the factory with air bags. It’s s clsssic car. We all know the risks
Authentic? Authenticity went out the window wnen all the late model drivetrain swap was performed.