My original guess was one each for Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury, to symbolize the brands. I was way off lol.
this is true hahahaha
No, I’m pretty sure it wouldn’t be desirable to shit my pants in that situation, either lol
Credit to Htown Memes on Facebook for this one:
As a high school kid stuck in a worn-out, hand-me-down, shit-brown colored ‘89 Plymouth Acclaim for a first car, I lusted after one of these, because I was into Mopars back then. So nostalgia makes me love this car. But the adult realist in me realizes that this price is definitely too high. Hats off to the owner for… Read more
Rare doesn’t make it desirable. It’s rare that I shit my pants, but when I do, it’s usually not desirable.
You have to go see this guy, because not only is he a guy who can see you know your trees, but he’ll throw in some rope and tie it to your car for you.
The Prison Museum in Hunstville is awesome!
They aren’t my true favorite design from the 90s, but I rock some Centerline Blackfoots on my Suburban
Don’t let them get to you David. There are those of us out here that can relate to the rust haters.
Here’s our lab/pointer mix, Skye, a few years ago in our ‘72 GMC K2500 Suburban.
I love the old Regals (and Grand Nationals) like this. A friend has one almost exactly like this that he raced until he wrecked it. He’s now rebuilding it, thanks to a donor car.
This Regal is a good start to a fun car. It looks complete for the most part (no missing drivetrain components), and a little time and elbow… Read more
Should have had this riding gear instead...
I agree!! I’m a little partial to 1972 in particular.
That is a 3rd Gen Chevy Caprice Classic station wagon. 87-90 model, based on the front grille.
Exactly what I think every time I see this monstrosity.
Came here to mention Venture Scouts, as well as Sea Scouts. Both are BSA sanctioned alternatives that welcome girls in the program.