Suicide doors were especially popular with mobsters in the gangster era of the 1930s, supposedly owing to the ease of pushing passengers out of moving vehicles, according to Dave Brownell, the former editor of Hemmings Motor News.
posted on 12/17/2018 8:56:34 AM PST
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Bonnie & Clyde preferred Ford sedans for the rear hinged driver/passenger doors which enabled Clyde to blaze away without exiting the car.
The doors also left them exposed in the final ambush.
posted on 12/17/2018 11:19:09 AM PST
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