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Cremazie

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Well, the 80s produced a lot of bad TV commericals.

A lot of bad everything, really. 'Twas the decade taste forgot.

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The Cavalier was bad... but the Caprice Classic was very popular. It held up well over time too.

GM had a very hard time adjusting to compact/subcompact vehicles.

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god that suckeed (both the commercial and the car)

But Cavaliers does take some beating before it dies... mechanically...

Speaking of which... This phrase: "..it has the Electronic Fuel Injection power and the front drive you're looking for..."

I wonder what does Sixty8 has to say about this...

Edited by ToniCipriani

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i actully remeber that comericial. I actullay liked that car. the best 80's cars wher the trucks, Caprices, and god of all buicks the GNX.

I liked the Heart beat of America commercials. "Chevy Astro the van that Can"

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