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February 13, 2011


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Tim Winker

My guess would be deer deflection. White tail deer -- and moose -- are plentiful enough to be a serious problem in northern Minnesota. One of my Saab 900s has been hit by so many deer that I refer to it as Natty Bumpo.

Ron Perreault

Oh that's funny. I have actually seen this guy driving around Toronto. I thought it was to protect the rest of us, after all it is a Toyota.


I'd guess the car was rigged for a movie shoot and the bars are intended to help mount cameras to the front of the vehicle. They look pretty flimsy and don't look as they would deflect any kind of road hazard, animal or otherwise.

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