You might think it’s impossible to want a Chevy Cavalier, the cockroach of the automotive world, but watch this video and you’ll understand.
Here we see a Chevy Cavalier with a rear wheel bouncing like a basketball down the highway. That looks safe.
Ask, and ye shall receive. Wait, what's that? You're saying you didn't ask for this? Oh. Well, have this anyway. As a gift. From us to you.
Not all bad cars are bad. They might be dull, slow, and soul-crushing to drive, but if they get people to work on time, they do an honorable job, right?
Johnny Cash made a career out of tapping into his innermost feelings of sorrow, loneliness and moral turpitude. Today, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a car that's all that and a bag of chips.
A reader over at Politco sent Ben Smith this photo of a Chevy Cavalier done up in full Obama livery. In what may be the ultimate sign of how much the electoral map has shifted, this shot was taken in Parkersburg, West Virginia. On the other hand, it may just be a sign of how disposable old Cavaliers are. [Politico]
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