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triple clutcher
Jul 3, 2012


sweeperbravo posted:

Sometimes it helps just to give you a bit more surface area to grip onto for leverage
that was probably it ... the only ( domestic ) cars I've seen 'ignition wings' on were early 90s and before, without chipped keys that had a big chunk of plastic at the head.

I suppose keys are turning into obsolete technology for cars. My first car had separate keys for the ignition, doors, and trunk. Now I have a car with a remote for the locks/trunk and an ignition key. If I get a new car I could end up with a little nub that'll let me push a button to start the car as long as I'm in/near it, no keys involved.

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