Decker McSwine hasn’t totally totalled his classic ’40 Ford coupe. Not yet. He’s working on it incrementally. But here’s a start.
1. Put a rock or hard object into a sauce pan. Heat the water to boiling.
2. Push the car into the rock. Don’t hold it there too long. We want bent plastic, not melted plastic. This method will wreck only the plastic parts.
Here’s a totally plastic ’49 Ford that I totaled fifty years ago. Too bad I didn’t know about Rust-all.
The gold shag carpet is proof that I wrecked this car back in 1966.