Last Call: Back Seat Driver Edition

“I said, stop accelerating so hard, you’re knocking my teeth out!”
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17 responses to “Last Call: Back Seat Driver Edition”

  1. dave peterson Avatar
    dave peterson

    You notice who is talking.

  2. Batshitbox Avatar

    The Tube: The original Circle Line!

  3. mdharrell Avatar

    Someone at my campus drove a 300B to work today. Before anyone asks, no, I didn’t see a Highway Hi-Fi under its dash.

    1. dr zero Avatar
      dr zero

      At least someone at your campus enjoys stylish cars.
      (I am in no way implying that green French boxes aren’t stylish).

      1. mdharrell Avatar

        Hey, I enjoy stylish cars. I took the photo, didn’t I?

    2. 0A5599 Avatar

      The Chrysler 300 letter series did not include a 300A. What are the odds that the faculty member who owns this beauty does not give anyone a higher grade than a B?

      1. mdharrell Avatar

        It’s clearly stated in the syllabus that the grading scale is C-, B, C, D…

    3. Sean McMillan Avatar
      Sean McMillan

      That is gorgeous. Would Hoon that regularly. I wouldn’t expect to see a highway hi-fi in it though since they weren’t introduced until 57.

        1. Sean McMillan Avatar
          Sean McMillan

          I stand corrected. Thank you for enlightening me.

  4. Alff Avatar

    Before trashing the Corvair, Ralph Nader warmed up on the inventor of this contraption. It was child’s play.

  5. Lokki Avatar


    1. outback_ute Avatar

      Or, there is nothing new under the sun…

  6. Rover 1 Avatar
    Rover 1

    That’s why we always called our pillion passengers ‘talking luggage’.