The Jalopy Journal
What an odd looking car:eek:
That is a myth. He paid more than prevailing wages to reduce employee turnover. Had nothing to do with them being able to purchase vehicles.
Looks like a Chrysler heading down Lake Avenue.
You did not address the main point of this thread, which is that the woman who picks up the phone is *rude*.
A lot of people don't like 4 doors.
Wow that front end is ugly:eek:
Peace loving nation? :confused:
Our youth now love luxury. They have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for their elders and love chatter in place of...
"Innovate or Die", as they say. Too bad the guy never kept up with technology, it's no wonder he's no longer around.
What's with all the swearing? :confused:
The owner is a super nice guy, he let me walk around take lots of pictures.
It's in Montana.
Is the 5-window a 39 or 40? I didn't buy anything, but I have lots more pics of the place:
Anyone know what this yellow car is?
x2, it's really hard to concentrate on the subject matter when there is random blurriness all over the place.
Employees are not family, this is not an accurate analogy.
That's the beauty of America, no one is stopping you from starting your own company and being the best CEO you can be. Trust me, it's a lot...
I think it's fairly obvious he means cars that are owned out of luxury vs necessity. Late 90's vehicles can be purchased rather inexpensively for...
I see, thanks for clarifying.
Men can own women?
LOL, interesting way of rationalizing things. :rolleyes:
My buddy bought that Fleetmaster. Pretty nice car if you're into them.
Actually, that analogy isn't quite right. In his analogy, there is only *one* person benefiting (the person using the garage/borrowing the...
I have a 1955 Chevrolet 210 2-Door sedan with less than 30k actual miles on it. It seems that many people here automatically assume that since I...
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