If two cars are driving with a certain distance from each other, and the tires of the first car makes a stone (from the asphalt) become airborne with a high velocity - towards the second car:
The stone hits the windshield.
Does the mass of the second car influence the damage the stone does on the windshield?
Of course, this is an elastic collision. For me it seems that a second car with high mass would give it a larger momentum, thus making the collision more devastating.
EDIT: typo, wrote inelastic.