Its only worthwhile for a control if there's a screaming chicken on the hood.
These are very high standards. It's not every day you find a car like this in the forest out at Pelican Bay.
There was no yellow offered in 1975. In 1976 they introduced Goldenrod Yellow. The one in the picture is a 1979 in Sundance Yellow.
1979 is fine, then I can additionally listen to Rust Never Sleeps and Live Rust.
Well, I don't know. I don't know much about cars, and I was relying on the thousands of little tags that were lying on the ground around the car. Some of them read "Made in Mexico", and some "Made in 1975", and some "Made in Japan", and some "Made in bright Lemon Yellow."
It all reminds me of what we were taught in school about how to recognize dangerous cars: "Red on black, Happy Jack, red on yellow, dangerous fellow." Though without any red on the car, it didn't really apply so well.
I guess it all boils down to the usual warning that you can't trust everything you see and hear on Fox News or from El Presidente ("we have it totally under control" and "when it gets a little warmer, it miraculously goes away").
Fox News? Is that this channel?
Do you think someone will light it on fire? It's better to burn out than it is to rust.
This was not the screaming chicken I was anticipating. :-)
Nor I, but as you can see, I adapted. ; )