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Ftrainfan

looky what I found on the G... ^_^

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Haha, thats funny. I hear they pop out easily. Weird, because when I caught the R68 G, you could walk between cars because they were mistakenly unlocked.

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this is somewhat common, i remember i caught one with the window knocked out on the (N) a couple of years back.. the exterior sound quality was one that could not b missed. of course, i didn't have my camera on me that day.....

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I know right... I mean the glass dead stood there and no matter how fast the train was going... it wouldn't fall off... lml crazy stuff...

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I think that's plexiglass (lexan) used on the end doors.

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i think so..and plus all those layers of that anti scratch sticker they put on it there's no way it can shatter now lol

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I think that's plexiglass (lexan) used on the end doors.

 

i think so..and plus all those layers of that anti scratch sticker they put on it there's no way it can shatter now lol

 

No, it's laminated safety glass. It's just like what car windshields are made of. It will crack and shatter, but it stays in place and you can actually rollit up. Lexan doesn't shatter like that since it's plastic.

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