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November 14, 2010

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Peter in Vancouver

And I came across its forerunner yesterday

http://www.flickr.com/photos/d70w7/5172862583/

Jim Kenzie

Ah yes, the Nissan Pulsar NX.

You could theoretically anyway remove the 'squareback' and replace it with a 'fastback'.

I think you could even remove it altogether and end up with a, well, Dodge Rampage-like mini-pick-up.

They sold dozens and dozens of these...

Jim Kenzie

Brian W

Actually, I heard the next new Lincoln will be aimed directly at those who have a lack of bladder control - the 2011 Lincoln Incontinental...

Jim Kenzie

Hi Brian:

That reminds me of the old Car and Driver line that said the '"...average age of the Cadillac buyer was 'deceased'...".

Neither comment is perhaps as fair as it once was!

Some of the new Caddies are pretty sharp - the CTS-V Coupe, anyone?

Not sure that Lincoln has anything that sporty yet, but they for sure are much better drivers than they were just a few years ago.

May be a case of too little, too 'late'...

Jim

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