Clothing with beer logos is an acceptable alternative to above - Waikato is favourite. Black oil stains on skin optional.
Why is this, you may ask? Well, my family had the unique experience of owning and operating a fleet of taxi cabs.
You could say I was raised with cars as part of the blood stream. The technical aspects of the B Body have been described many times and I will not go into great detail about them.
By this time, the basic Chevrolet had grown into a lb monster with middling quality to say the least. The solution was typically GM: In this case, the When introduced in it was one of the most sophisticated systems available, with four wheel coil springing and the steering box ahead of the front wheels.
The geometry was some of the best in the business and the package drove well.
The new body was higher and boxier than the A body so very little interior room was sacrificed, almost none in most dimensions that really mattered. The New Chevrolet of weighed in at something around lbs and was an immediate success.
People knew that they were onto a good thing. Finally, some sensibility had gotten into the mainstream North American sedan.
The cars drove very well. Even the base suspensions held the road very well and there was no wallow at all. The F Sport Suspension on the Chevrolet was truly a revelation; the cars drove at least as well as any European sedan available at the time.
The cars were by far the best of the lot. Lock up torque converters? These cars were all about torque, creamy, velvety torque. About sixty percent of the ones I saw were s and the rest s. The could move around a lightly optioned Impala just fine, thank you, and the had loads of useful torque.
The cars were simple and reliable and all the parts from the A Body bolted right on. This made the new car reliable and the mechanics at the dealerships knew how to fix them without going to school, something mechanics are not terribly fond of in my experience.
Of course there were different versions for each division and the best was the Oldsmobile 88 Royale Brougham. The ones from could be had with Olds s and s and after the Here is the major turning point of the B Body.
AfterGM was doing everything it could to cheapen the cars out. This had a very negative effect on the Chevrolet versions.
Everything that could be made smaller, was.
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This is particularly evident in the truly horrible THM that went in the cars and the smaller rear ends. The cars were so bad that they could not be used for taxis. This is when we switched to Oldsmobiles only. A loaded Royale was a very nice car to drive in FE3 heavy duty suspension form.
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