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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by vid1900, Jan 13, 2021.
I see your Mustang ll.....
And raise you a P.T Cruiser
We had one...it's a wonder more aren't up for bids in Scottsdale.
Unsafe at any Coupe.
I had a friend who mod’ed a Corcair to an unbeatable autocross car with him behind the wheel. This was in the 80s. The other drivers never saw it coming.
68hp of underpowered understeer.
I wouldn't call it a FAILURE, but it sure weren't no "sport coupe". My '74 T-bird (otherwise known as "the pimp-mobile". 460 4-bbl, 5,300 pounds, EIGHT MPG. But boy was she smooooooth.
+1 on the Gremlin, but the Pacer, man that was a crap car. +++1.
The Mustang II front end changed drag racing. So much so that they still actively swap in Mustang II front ends and steering racks today. It wasn't that big of a failure.
80's Ford Escort
I remember it had some primitive computer that controlled the carburetor. Left me stranded at the worst time.
They didn't add two doors to a coupe, they gave a coupe's name to a sedan.
Ford Piece of Fiesta......
Chrysler don't have good form when it comes to coupés:
I kinda like it, not really a coupe though so I suppose if they designed it as one it was a failure
Our fishing wagon in the early nineties.
My fishing wagon in the 80s.
Get this; the dealership was over an hour away and I had just got it out of the shop when on the way home it just quit accelerating going up a hill of all things. It just idled no matter how far the gas pedal was pressed. I pulled it to the side of a 2 lane county highway and discovered the carbs linkage cable was off. Luckily it wasn't broke but just popped out of a slotted fitting. That was the last straw that broke the camel's back, it had to go and good riddance.