in Western NC, a spotting of a post war Jag (Mark VII?) in a moment of repose by the tracks.
|It’s no 1979 model, but i still want to have its babies|
This, after 30 years of basting, is one of my favorite cars of the 1980s. One of the lamest then/coolest now features is the “carriage roof,” the fake convertible top first introduced on the 1979 Mark V. It worked on those because they were styled as 2 door hardtops.
Naturally, if people were dumb enough to spend 3 grand on a fake convertible roof on a Mark, then why not on a 4 door or a car with limo doors (Cougar, anyone?).
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If this car has coil springs, I would have its babies, or it would have mine.