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I'll admit, I was a bit disappointed when I found out my 2012 Ram was hecho en Meh-hico...
So the Ford Fusion made in Mexico is more "American" than my Accord made in Ohio?
We'll need to agree to disagree.
I'll also confess to once owning a 2000 Intrepid that was made in Canada, eh. And, it's a-boot time I fessed up to my old '82 Cutlass Supreme, which was snuck across the Northern border, as well.
I was thinking that as well, and was gonna post a Lexus grille. But with my luck it would be a model that one of our forum members ownsYou can see that at your Lexus dealer
Heck, I can go one worse than that...I'm driving a Hemi vehicle that is about the length of a '76 Buick Electra, but can only seat two people in comfort (legally). And the last thing that it had to haul in recent memory was a bag of cat litterAgree.
The only one who [ one hopes ] is satisfied with a choice is
the one paying for the vehicle.
I am driving a car many here consider to be -
Too heavy and
And that is fine with me...
There was an old saying, that the 1961 Plymouth sparked a whole generation of Japanese movie monsters. Apparently its influence still has a stranglehold on Japanese culture...this time with the car stylists.Saw a new base model Lexus NX in what I call "middle aged woman dark red", even more unpretty without the F-Sport gingerbread, and looks like it has a huge front overhang at some angles.
Was there ever a year where a manufacturer would offer both wide and narrow white walls? Most cars back then actually came standard with blackwalls, I believe, although the vast majority were ordered with them.
I liked "Hush...Hush..." as well. Been awhile since I've seen it though, and the only line I can remember distinctly from it would probably get this post deleted