It's easier when nothing is actually bolted in.
Bet it couldn’t take a corner before hand
Me, leaving my car in the Bronx in the 70s.
Where’s all the fluid?
If you think that's impressive, you should see a dozen crackheads take apart a stolen car in a chop shop.
There didn’t seem to be any bolts holding the thing together, body/frame, engine/frame, radiator/body. No wiring harnesses to be unhooked. No fuel or brake lines. No throttle cable or clutch. They just lifted everything right off. There were no fluids in the radiator.
I mean it was neat to see and all, but it’s not really drivable and is set up specifically for this demo to be quickly pulled apart. I remember back in the 80’s there used to be chop shop competitions, sort of a thing where ex-cons could show off some skills. Couldnt find an example on youtube, but those guys could strip a car, quick.
Pushing it off a cliff will give the same result in a sixth of the time. You might not be able to put it back together again afterwards, though.