- Feb 7, 2019
Lol, I hear you on that one AND AGREE totally, "Like standing in a Ford dealership" LOL!! And I guess the Mustangs and Camaro's are the American "iconic" cars, but i like different, and to me, The "A" and "G" body cars were some of the best and last r.w.d. vehicles to come out of GM, and i just LOVE them. And thank you SO Much for the wonderful compliment, really appreciate it,....I have a quick story for you about that, (me loving your car even though I own a GN)..I REALLY REALLY DO!! .....and when you said that, I think you may have had the same experience as I in the past......(STORY TIME)-----> I own GN's and several other A and G body cars, and my experience with the Grand national groups is exactly this, if you don't own a GN, your car is nothing, for that matter, if you don't own an inner cooled GN, they perceive you and your ride as nothing, and to be bluntly honest, most are a bunch of disrespectful and arrogant idiots, and to me, are not car enthusiast if they have no respect for others or others rides. I'm not like that, and i'm proud of myself for disassociating myself from them, hence, why I joined this wonderful "G body"group. To me, everyone's ride is important and no better than my own. Thanks again for the wonderful compliment my friend! really really appreciate it!You're preaching to the choir! It's the same exact thing over here if not even worse. Going to a US-Car-Show over here feels like standing at a Ford dealership.
For (most) Germans if you talk about US-Cars or owning one, the first thing that comes to mind is "Mustang"
And than you have Car Shows with limited space and the rarities need to park "outside" because the place is packed with Mustangs, Camaros ect.ect.
And again .. i'm flattered and happy you like my Monte I appreciate hearing that from someone driving a beautiful Black GN!