Fine Corinthian Dirt

Ricardo Montalban

November 25, 1920 – January 14, 2008

1976chryslercordobasportcoupe

Chrysler (also pictured above) is next.

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3 Responses to Fine Corinthian Dirt

  1. Lois Terms says:

    Nasty. I laughed.

    Once upon a time I owned a Dodge. It was parked at a commuter station where a shoot-out took place. When I returned to the lost to retrieve it, there were 4 bullet holes on the passenger side door. Ever hear of dodging a bullet? This was Bulleting a Dodge.

  2. cljahn says:

    I owned a 74 Cordova. Other than the fact that it sucked down gasoline like a frat boy shotgunning
    beer, it was a great car. It had power to spare; I was afraid to floor it because I wasn’t sure just how fast the thing would wind up going. DAMN FAST, anyway.

    The “fine Corinthian leather” as basically shot by the time I paid $500 bucks for the car. But it was rock-solid reliable.

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