Wednesday 17 January 2018

1963 was a good year...................from Rico

1963 was a good year for cars, and was long before the burearat nazi's dictated that 4-cylinder/1.5 liter engines [think: large soda bottles] were 'mandatory' [read: you have no choice] to save the planet...or some happy horse shit, back when if the consumer wanted to buy a 390 or 427 cubic inch V-8 the auto industry would make one and sell it to him and if the consumer didn't want to buy an inline-six they didn't buy them. Four-bangers generally weren't made because no one wanted them.
- Funny, the market sorts out supply-demand via personal choice while the gooberment removes choices and tells you what is best for you.
But I digress.
Back to 1963. In the first attachment we see a 1963 Ford Galaxy convertible, most of them were V-8's.
- I owned two of them over the years, a 351 cubic inch and a 390 cubic inch. Beautiful cars. Fun cars. Nice design, plenty of power, and affordable.
Even the 'economy' 1963 Ford Falcon convertible in the second attachment was a beautiful, fun car, with a nice design...and unFUBARed by unelected gooberment regulators.

1 comment:

Mark Matis said...

So let me know when you're ready for dead pigs, which is the ONLY way to fix this problem. And the light bulb problem as well. Not to mention the toilet problem.

They stand behind their Blue Wall and laugh, because they know the Only Ones will do WHATEVER they are told, as long as that paycheck keeps comin' in. Just look at the FBI for proof. How many of them know full well what treason was committed by their agency over at least the past eight years? And how many have stepped forward to expose same?