I don’t know which ones are desirable, but I know which ones are not. GM/Chevrolet has in Brazil the monikers LT, LTZ... which we turned into acronyms for their less-than-perfect quality:
The Best/Worst trim name is the Chevy Celebrity “Eurosport.”
Easy: the VW Golf Harlequin. You know EXACTLY what it looks like from the name, alone.
Datsun B210 Honey Bee. That time a little bit of JDM weirdness crossed the ocean, although it joined a whole generation of cartoon-insect-bemascotted small cars that started after VW adopted the Beetle/Bug nickname as its’ own.
Mitsubishi Delica Star Wagon Super Exceed
At least use a picture of their prototype as the lede.
“I’ve driven an 8-speed auto and a 7-speed DCT and it was honestly a pain in the ass flipping the paddles so many times.”
Okay, that has to be horseshit. Julio Jones didn’t break a kid’s hand by dunking his arm through the hoop...right?
That’s sure to leave a bad taste in Monmouth.
Here’s a fairly mundane play from last night’s game between the Raptors and Suns, which was made spectacular by the quick thinking of the camera operator under the basket.
Just means more draft picks that Pace will waste moving up one spot for a player that that team didn’t even want...
Agreed. I find this style sloppy and inconsiderate.
As somebody who deals with a lot of execs, there is nothing I hate more than when I send a well crafted email with short questions asking for specific information that I need to proceed on something, only to get a standard CEO response of an incomplete sentence with words misspelled that answers nothing.
I know I missed the boat on this one, but a while back I chased down a guy in a black Porsche 993 w/PCA stickers all over it. Thinking he was an enthusiast, when I finally caught him at a light, I rolled the window down and said “nice 993" to which he gave me a disgusted look and said “its actually a 911" before…
Sounds like Mr. Kazemi can’t drive.
I’m sure they would be all for you buying it!
It’s “why not?” money, so I’d give it a go. It would make a wonderful winter wagon to take up to the slopes.
The Pontiac Silverdome wanted to stick around a little longer.
Jim Nabors died today at the age of 87, his husband said, after being in declining health for a year. And while he became famous as Gomer Pyle, the good-natured blockhead from The Andy Griffith Show who later joined the Marines and got a show for himself, he was known to racing fans for “(Back Home Again In) Indiana,”…