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I had college physics 25

I had college physics 25 years ago and remember much of my studies.

The point of explosive detonation probably happened at some point before the resting point of the engine. How far would the engine travel at speed, carry it forward after explosive detachment from the car? Calculate back from engine resting point and you have the point of detonation. You may find explosive residue and burn marks on the street there.