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NINETY EIGHT REGENCY

1989 Oldsmobile Crusiers promotional video

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When I was a kid the Chevy/Buick/Pontiac/Oldsmobile wagons were everywhere!  Even the old couple down the street that was in their 70s back in the 80s had a whichever wagon that had the wood siding, probably an Olds and my dad had a Celebrity wagon.  Looking back they are crap.  I hope in 30 years we look back on crossovers as a stupid fad and laugh at how bad they were, much like we can do today with 80s wagons.

 

Somehow I am guessing that boat that is larger than the car, exceed the 2,000 lb tow capacity.  Although maybe it was a typo, and with the mighty 2.8 V6 and FE2 equipment package, it tows 20,000 lbs.  They just forgot a zero I am sure.

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