Debbie and John Hooper were devastated when their Chevy dealership crashed their beloved Camaro ZL1, then couldn't find a suitable replacement for the wrecked car. Now the Hoopers claim that GM and another dealer from Michigan have stepped up and found them the right car.
Debbie and John Hooper took their cherished Chevy Camaro ZL1 to the dealer under warranty to fix a minor paint problem. Then they allege they got a call from the dealer saying they'd wrecked the car. Now they've offered a replacement, but it might not be enough.
Nice Price or Crack Pipe is all about the Nissans this week, and to get us over the hump, we're taking a look at the Philly Skyline.
Writing for the web means abusing superlatives, but no OMGWTFBBQ can describe how amazing the legal opinion in Jarvis v. Eliot. It's a tour de force of jurisprudence quoting freely from Richard Petty, Days Of Thunder and Talladega Nights.
Oh, how they must be laughing at us in the United Arab Emirates, where high-rollers bid in the multi-millions for low-digit license plates. Our big counter-news from the land of liberty is that a collector from Delaware just coughed up a measly $675,000 at auction for that state's plate number "6."
Says Henry Schwartz of Boca Raton, FL (is there a more perfect man on the street than a Henry Schwartz of Boca Raton, FL?), "I think the car's phenomenal. This is a huge winner." Of course, Schwartz grumbles about the lack of oomph and the fact that his power locks don't lock both doors. Even our grandparents' '83…