1967-02-01

The General Motors Energy Absorbing Column 670039

While the collision of cars is not an exact science, the 1967 General Motors energy absorbing steering column shows what can be done in one area to improve the finished product through the achievement of a sequence of design goals. It is felt that, based on tests of a great number of vehicles, the energy absorbing column will definitely improve the driver’s chances of survival in a significant range of head-on collision conditions.

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