Pontiac Is Officially Dead Now. But, But, How Will Jim Rockford Pick Up Hot Babes Without A Firebird?
DETROIT — Pontiac, the brand that invented the muscle car under its flamboyant engineer John Z. DeLorean, helped Burt Reynolds elude Sheriff Justice in “Smokey and the Bandit” and taught baby boomers to salivate over horsepower, but produced mostly forgettable cars for their children, will endure a lonely death on Sunday after about 40 million in sales. (NY Times)
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I don’t know the story, but a dog would be a lot less complicated for him.
Rhhardin- Thanks for reading and commenting.
For some reason, my teen son thinks the Rockford Files, and Columbo are the shiznit. The lapels alone give me the willies.
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