Re: The Power of Advertising
I owned a 1961 Corvair. First new car I ever bought. It had rear wheel drive, but so didn't all cars back then. It also had the engine in the back, which most other cars didn't. The problem was that because of the engine in the rear, the rear axle was not sprung like other cars; the rear wheels were independently sprung. As a result it was possible to maneuver in such a way as that the rear wheels would over-camber and the center of gravity would rise and the wheel gauge would shrink. Bob's yer uncle, your on roller blades.
Other than that. and a badly assembled flywheel, i loved that car.
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gibbering and raucous cries of victory may seem obnoxious in your ears
as you walk away, he will soon be quietly sitting behind his bars again
and licking his own feces off his fingers as you carry on with your day."