Nickswitz wrote:But I do think it would be possible, at this day and age, I would strongly advise against it, because no one in the world but us would buy it. Plus the problem with nuclear waste, I mean we would have to put the spent nuclear rods(or whatever they use) somewhere.
Sionnach Glic wrote:Actually, it's a Cadillac. And it's pretty sexy.
Sionnach Glic wrote:There are actually 16 wheels in total. Four per "wheel". I've no idea why.
Tsukiyumi wrote:If one pops, the other ones will keep the car going?
Mikey wrote:This is only a guess, but it's probably for the same reason why typical car wheels aren't solid - weight savings. For whatever reason - weight imbalance, lack of overall weight, whatever - it was probably deemed preferrable to have a fairly wide footprint where the rubber meets the road. Wider wheel = heavier wheel.
Lighthawk wrote:It would be a bitch trying to find replacements at your local shop though.
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