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5/21/21 12:36PM
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Not only did Fisker copy the idea of making a plug in hybrid with a moustache, they’re also copying the ingenious elevated section of the Hammerhead Eagle i-Thrust, what’s next, wooden doors? Shelving unit-inspired bodywork? Pathetic. Get your own ideas Henrik.

3/12/21 2:37PM
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There are a couple in Canada (quite literally) that I believe may have been imported by Lada Canada/Peter Dennis Automotive (they had a few noms de plume), the Canadian Lada importer to (I gather) replace the slow selling Sagona/Samara sedan. Lada pulled out of Canada in 1998 and the 110 was never sold here

3/12/21 2:37PM
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There are a couple in Canada (quite literally) that I believe may have been imported by Lada Canada/Peter Dennis Automotive (they had a few noms de plume), the Canadian Lada importer to (I gather) replace the slow selling Sagona/Samara sedan. Lada pulled out of Canada in 1998 and the 110 was never sold here

1/13/20 5:29PM
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Most of these replies are of, naturally, American chains, but there’s some great Canadian gas station brands too. One of my favourites is the since departed B/A (British American) chain. I think someone in the Lego company took a holiday in Canada and used their logo as the inspiration for Octan. Same colour scheme,

11/05/19 2:53PM
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I’d pay $155,000 just for that Helvetica side badge. It’s honestly the coolest badge available on any car currently on sale. Like something straight out of trendy 1960s European ad copy. I know it’s gimmicky, but damnit I love it.

8/27/19 11:14PM
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You know, I’d totally watch a period drama about BL’s collapse done in the style of stuff like Mad Men or Halt and Catch Fire. Someone with powerful television executive friends get Torch on the phone immediately.