You could always be taught a history lesson in the evolution of automotive safety, but we think it’s better that it be demonstrated instead. Like what the NHTSA did with 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air and a 2009 Malibu, Speed TV’s Stuntbusters had some head-on fun by pitting a 1962 Cadillac Sedan de Ville and a 2002 Deville in a competition of structural integrity. Both were sent launching towards each other at 50 miles per hour, and the video makes things pretty clear-cut on which car you’d rather be in. We should also point out that the old ’62 Caddy has a full 700 pounds on its successor. Lesson: size doesn’t always matter.