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Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by rue, Aug 24, 2011.
Hess never was the best you know.
Packards were never for the poor. lol lol The first one, well maybe.
The other one's a Buick, that's pretty high end. I reckon that would be the highest brand wagon you could buy from GM, even to the end, with the Roadmaster Estate.
That is because Cadillac wouldn't touch making station wagons.
They make them now!
What they make now isn't what we would call a station wagon.
True, but that's what the modern consumer considers a grocery getter.
As for the coach-built Cadillac wagons of yesteryear, even Elvis had one.
GIT ON IT
Groceries for what? One? I know I fill up the back end of my ESV when I got to Costco. I would have to take three trips with those poor excuses.
Coach Built Cadillac wagons are very rare though. Hess made six. For the price you could make your own car from the ground up. You could also just convert a Hearse.
I hate it. The sideview mirrors are absolutely ugly. They ruined the design.
Here's something for you to think about Tom Why Texas is Utopia
I dunno some of those are detriments such as the mention of hippies and grapefruit. Both stink.
But it would be organic grapefruit grown by organic hippies.
Even more detrimental.
Some good, some bad. I'm still trying to figure out somewhere I can go that isn't a dry county.
Oh geez, that would stink too.
The answer is simple, Montana. It's the last best place,..well, next to Alaska that is.
Both are too cold in winter.
But one can own tons of guns.
with your fingers too cold to pull the trigger on. lol