At 100 mph, chances of survival would be extremely remote, even with seatbelts and an air bag.
Without seatbelts, an airbag would be usless at that speed. A person not held in the seat by belts would continue forward over the air bag and into the windshield. Assuming by that time the windshield had broken, the person would continue forward and be ejected. Most likely, they would contact the concrete structure. The final result would be difficult to identify.
The car 94Roadmaster 5.7 80k miles been sitting 2 years started and ran fine for two days. The problem Went to start cranked but wouldn't start However put the throttle to the floor and it will start but you have to hold about half throttle to stay running but runs awful. If you let off the...
Some guy smoked this poor girl into a Telephone pole and been the frame, i got to her before the scrap guy did. Everything is still here but the passenger fender, lights, and the bumper. If anybody needs anything id love to see it go to a good home