Kelly don’t drive stick.
I’m sitting here eating a La Estrella burrito, sipping a gin and tonic, and contemplating why I’m getting increasingly pear shaped and this post made me snortle two whole kernels of rice out of my left nostril.
I grew up in a neighborhood that was so poor instead of 7UP, we had to play Shasta Lemon Lime.
Please. I’m trying to move us all past the use of the unfortunate term ‘frunk.’ Ooh, it felt dirty just writing that.
Yep, right there with you. And I think it’s more likely monkeys will fly out of my butt than that Toyota builds another cheap mid-engine sports car.
Why are you telling me this? I just quoted the seller. I will say that I have completely given up on the expectation of Craigslist being a bastion of Rodney Huddleston-level grammatical effort.
Coincidence? I think not.
Good find. The whole Texas title thing seemed kind of sketchy, but not being from Texas I wasn’t sure it wasn’t common practice out there.
You see, it’s long been my dream, and by long I mean for a couple of minutes now, to remake the movie Vanishing Point, only instead of being pursued for traffic violations our hero is driving an illegally imported car.
Well done, my friend.
ATTICA! ATTICA! ATTICA! Oops, I mean, well said.
She walks around with the clicker held up in the air, double-pumping the lock button until she hears the horn honk.
See, and I was drawn to the tractor in the background of the driveway pic. Tomato/tomahto.
Well, to be fair, so are the exteriors. I don’t know what they were doing back then, but this particular model of GC is the most amateurishly styled of the bunch. The squared off roofline, headlamp humps, and angular bumper caps just look so cheap and cheesy.
I wonder how many people bought these things not knowing that the top could be lowered?
I’ve always been intrigued by the Eos and it’s fancy pants top. I imagine that it’s a pretty nice ride when not faced with unrealistic expectations.
What kind of music do you play here?
That’s no moon!
See now that’s just mean. After all, there’s a pig for every blanket.