If this blog were a book, you'd read it on the toilet.
Ah yes, the Monza. I too am a fan of its numerous sporty features.
...including the sporty guys in the background. Rowr!
I was gonna say I wouldn't own that piece of shit on a bet, but then I read the ad and saw it came with an AM radio.Now I am sold!!
The Monza was notorious for one fact: you had to remove the engine to get to the spark plugs-- i.e. in order to give it a tune-up. It was not only a bad external design, it was horrendous internally too.
"Actual highway mileage will probably be less than the estimated highway fuel economy".Can anybody explain this?
I didn't even know that shit existed...thanks. Thanks a lot!
Thank you for using the word "hott."
Where can I get that headband?
Jesus, I would have thought that by 1980 they would be putting AM/FM in cars, but I guess not in a piece of shit like that.
It's a Mon-za by ChevroletIt's a Mon-za by Chevro-layyyyy!Damn, I just had the jingle stuck in my head last week! For some odd reason, someone recreated the Monza Spider decal setup on a Nissan Sentra and the flashback of that ad made me lose my train of thought for almost thirty seconds.
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