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"What's a wagon for?"

Uhhhh, it's for borrowing from your mom on prom night so that you can take your chubby date to the dance and try to feel her up where mom hauls around the petunias for the garden.

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I've finally stopped laughing after the comparisons of the Camaro to the Probe and the Daytona.

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Well I dunno about you guys, but that filter on the washer fluid reservoir has sold me on a Lumina APV... I might just go out and visit my Chevrolet/Geo dealer today!

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Hmm, now I'm not so sure, the rear trackbars that limit wheel hop on that 3.1 litre powered Camaro are rather compelling as well. I mean... what if someone snuck into my garage at night and swapped out that 3.1 for an LT-1? Where would I be then without those rear trackbars?

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Jesus. He didn't tap on the APV's fender, he just about tried to bust it! :roflmao:

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The have so much to not say about Beretta in 10 minutes, they spend half the time giving a lesson about how to read tire size numbers.

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Oh wow! They just compared a Corsica to a Lincoln Continental and then said "This car is the class of the compact class".

Why does that sound so familiar?!?:palm:

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clearly we need to walk around GM dealerships with small rubber mallets.

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Those modular seats in the Lumina were such a good idea.

Also, the self-leveling suspension. I had it in the Trans Sport.

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I gotta say, the seats in my old Lumina were some of the most comfortable car seats I have ever sat in. No leg or ass fatigue after hours of driving, unlike 95% of the cars on the road.

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It's kinda sad how a lot of the stuff that they brag about you don't even see on new GM Vehicles because they've been decontented/cost shaved out (Washer Fluid Filter, Flow Through Ventilation (Cavalier had it but none of our cars since have had it)).

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You forgot one reason why we don't have neat features like Flow-Through Ventilation and Washer Fluid Filters anymore: because Joe Schmoe doesn't care. The average car buyer is too apathetic to even understand why they have to bring their car in for basic maintenance, let alone why FTV is a nice feature. As long as it goes from Over Here to Over There when they attempt to drive to Over There and keeps their ass warm in the winter when they want to go back to Over Here, that's all that matters.

Sad but true.

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I as a Caprice liker liked the Caprice one. Nevermind they totally redid it the very next year. Admitedly it looked out of place to the other Chevrolets out at the time.

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Yikes............

Very .... interesting, at least....lol.

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You forgot one reason why we don't have neat features like Flow-Through Ventilation and Washer Fluid Filters anymore: because Joe Schmoe doesn't care. The average car buyer is too apathetic to even understand why they have to bring their car in for basic maintenance, let alone why FTV is a nice feature. As long as it goes from Over Here to Over There when they attempt to drive to Over There and keeps their ass warm in the winter when they want to go back to Over Here, that's all that matters.

Sad but true.

It's too bad because Flow-Through Ventilation worked. I first noticed it the winter I first got the G5 (Same thing happens on the Cobalt too). I always drove around with 4 people in the car and the Cavalier back windows never fogged up but then the G5 windows kept fogging up back there and I was like WTF?! but now I understand why that is.

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It's too bad because Flow-Through Ventilation worked. I first noticed it the winter I first got the G5 (Same thing happens on the Cobalt too). I always drove around with 4 people in the car and the Cavalier back windows never fogged up but then the G5 windows kept fogging up back there and I was like WTF?! but now I understand why that is.

I wondered the same thing, and why 1990 GP windows always stayed clear, now I know.

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I'm being slow today, why did FTV disappear? And when did GM take this away? That was one feature I've always enjoyed and noticed. That at least explains why my G6 & ex-AURA windows always fogged up. It would be nice of GM to bring this back.

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