Originally Posted by Squablow
The "big birds" were really the first cars to use the "personal luxury" idea that became all-consuming by the mid 70's. And they were designer cars too, not meant to be exceptionally practical or to blend in.
Not only that, but they predated the Riviera by a good margin, too.
I agree with this. Plus, they all had big enough motors to keep it interesting. Perfect car for the young, up and coming professional.