Nobody really ever sticks up for cars like the last Ford Thunderbird, the Chevrolet SSR, or the Plymouth Prowler. But OppositeLock's Jarod Rose argues that they have more merits than you might think.
This is not a small lake. It’s the pickup bed of a Chevrolet SSR, photographed in a quaint little Hungarian village whose streets are only just wide enough for such exuberant American eccentricity. I cannot think of a weirder product in General Motors’s long history but maybe you can?