If you could see tomorrow the way it looked to Ford in model year 1981, you’d say: wow, the bottom was rocky but maybe good things happen if we follow these bubbles up. from all reports, the 1981 “world car” was a disaster: overweight, underpowered and handling quirks that made the first Corvair seem predictable. […]Read more "If you could see tomorrow…"
It is alive. The 1982 Ford Granada. Of the two we got in the states, this is the less worse one. Naturally, I saw it pass in cross-traffic as I was arming my camera. D-ooh! Too slow. (Also missed in that split second? A Buick Century – not the kind for roadtrips to MSU)Read more "Lunchtime Themepark"
For a while, the Marquis rocked this look It’s like wearing a new pair of white Avias. You see it a mile away (Haters are gonna call this look white socks on too short pants). I got it from running into a can of white paint at the gas station.Read more "Easier than running over paint cans"
It’s no 1979 model, but i still want to have its babies Bill Blass Designer model has less than 42,000 original miles. A pampered, two owner Southern California car since new. This rare stunning white and red Bill Blass Designer model was special ordered with a unique combination of factory options, including a simulated convertible […]Read more "Barrett Jackson 2011: Bill Blass does Hoosiers"
So, it’s halfway through your sophomore year (or what would be your sophomore year if you had survived your freshman year): Road trip On one ill fated trek to Ann Arbor, a girl named Robin will introduce you to her roomie, Tammy, who is exactly like Angelina Jolie. (In the sense that they are both […]Read more "Like a Virgin"