Skip to comments.DuPont's armored car kit a hit in Brazil
Posted on 04/15/2012 12:04:04 PM PDT by Java4Jay
The kit costs about $12,000 (21,984 reais), weighs roughly 200 pounds (90 kilograms), and takes 15 days to install. A DuPont-approved technician replaces a car's windows with SentryGlas, and puts Kevlar panels behind the door panels. Because it relatively light weight, the kit does not cut fuel efficiency, DuPont said.
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We’ll need them here before long.
So that's the secret to free energy! A weight at rest, light in relation to a heavier weight, can be caused to move without the need of an outside force.
Any orders from Sanford Fl yet?
The real opportunity is to come up with kits for the windows and walls for public and private housing in the hoods.
It seems that the weak point on any car is the wheels... what does it matter if the doors and windows are bullet proof if you can just shoot out the tires, then collect whoever you want inside once the vehicle rolls to a stop.
Can I get a kit for my Volt?
I was thinking Kevlar hoodies for all the little Trayvon’s out there!
At one time you could order sheet rock with Kevlar in it.
Run flat tires or do like the idiot meth heads on all the LA car chase videos, just screech down the road on the rims, sparks a-flying.
If sonebody’s trying to rob, kidnap or shoot you, it’s no time to worry about ruining the rims. It’ll still go, just not as well or as controllably.
In case it is not obvious by the high crime rate, gun laws are very restrictive in Brazil.
Naturally, this means criminals are well-armed.
If USA not on list; it should be. Thanks to the ‘great uniter’; we now have a landscape that invites armored car travel. Repubs intending to vote; should seriously consider the merits. . .
Don’t forget to add offensive capabilities:
Don’t need it. In the event of trouble through it on its side and hide behind the battery.
You get run-flat tires. Easy-peasy.
Better also do the roof too.