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Fat Tone
1st March 2004, 04:39
I think these people can assume their employment is over!...

Fat Tone
1st March 2004, 04:40
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Fat Tone
1st March 2004, 04:43
more...

Fat Tone
1st March 2004, 04:44
and...

Fat Tone
1st March 2004, 04:44
oh dear...

Fat Tone
1st March 2004, 04:45
sinking feeling...

TransformX
1st March 2004, 04:48
:D :up:

ayoub_ibrahim
1st March 2004, 04:51
lol

Umfriend
1st March 2004, 04:54
:eek:

dZeus
1st March 2004, 05:10
especially the last one looks VERY painfull for the personal responsible for that

SpiralDragon
1st March 2004, 07:17
:eek: some freek accidents mixed in with the wonderfull human elemnt know ans stupidity..... :D

Ozbreeze
1st March 2004, 08:12
lol:)

Brian R.
1st March 2004, 19:59
I wish I had a picture of that freighter that went down with all those Beemers and MBs on it...

KvHagedorn
1st March 2004, 20:20
Guchi would have a thrombosis. :D

KeiFront
2nd March 2004, 10:27
Originally posted by Brian R.
I wish I had a picture of that freighter that went down with all those Beemers and MBs on it...

You mean the Tricolor http://www.blognewsnetwork.com/members/0000001/mpg/tricolorAutos/tricolorAutos-Pages/Image14.html

Fat Tone
2nd March 2004, 10:36
:eek: WOW! How do you cut up a thing that big anyway?

jms
2nd March 2004, 10:41
ouch :eek:

cjolley
2nd March 2004, 11:57
Originally posted by Fat Tone
:eek: WOW! How do you cut up a thing that big anyway?

I bet they used a cable saw.
Stretch a cable across the thing and start pulling it back and forth.

That's how they did the Russian submarine Kursk.
chuck

Fat Tone
2nd March 2004, 13:27
That must take a while! Thanks Chuck.

PAugustin
2nd March 2004, 14:08
Indeed, they used a cable saw. They cut the boat while it was at the bottom of the sea. The cable was between two other boats.
That way they were able to lift the parts. It was an impressive operation !

Brian R.
2nd March 2004, 16:52
That is so....wasteful.

GuchiGuh
2nd March 2004, 17:24
Originally posted by Brian R.
I wish I had a picture of that freighter that went down with all those Beemers and MBs on it...

Actually when I was little, my parents lost a rather large fleet of fresh Mercs that were destined for Taiwan. The ship hit rocks and some containers managed to slip into the see....which happended to be my parents and uncles containers full of fully optioned Mercedes... Yang Ming Line it was (the ship), if I remember correctly. Cost a stack of money for my Parents and uncle...:(

Oh and yeah... the Tricolour. BMW and Volvos...:(

az
3rd March 2004, 00:22
Those are Volvos! NOOOOOOOooooooo :D :D :D

AZ

Fat Tone
3rd March 2004, 00:26
Originally posted by GuchiGuh
Cost a stack of money for my Parents and uncle...:(


Insurance?

KeiFront
3rd March 2004, 10:22
The salvage operation is still not finished http://www.tricolorsalvage.com/pages/newsitem.asp?pageid=520