Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the Fandango?Perhaps a turbo encabulator. Does it have a base plate of pre-famulated amulite surmounted by a malleable logarithmic casing?
The simple mention of propane here in Buffalo, NY still brings fear to many locals 30+ years after a tragic propane explosion here. Back in the '80's a few guys were working in a four story brick building with a ramp from grade to the top floor. Dude had a five hundred pound propane cylinder on a forklift. He got to the top floor and the cylinder slipped off the forks and broke the valve. Propane began to leak out and being heavier than air started falling to the ground floor where the gas came in contact with a small fire the guys had going to keep warm. The propane had filled the entire building and shortly prior the fire department had arrived. Before the firemen could get into the building she blew. The force of the explosion picked up a hook and ladder truck and flung it across the street like a toy. If I recall several men were killed in the accident. Sad sad storyremarkable I have to admit !
The best part is at the end of the video when both driver and passenger come out of the car. The extra steel fireplate between the compartments must have done its job.