Discussion in 'The Bar' started by NipplesAndToes23, Jul 4, 2015.
what about el caminos?
This guy approves.
Huevos Rancheros is pretty yummy.
I owned two Rancheros. A 78 and a 79. The absolutely worst handling vehicles I ever drove. I don't know what I was thinking buying the second one after someone did me a favor and totaled my first one. My parents had El Caminos and they were great. I could not keep those Rancheros between the lines on the road. I'm surprised I didn't get stopped for suspected DUI the way those things wandered.
Ranchero Sauce can be a little on the hot side sometimes.
This is exactly what my second Ranchero looked like. They had lost their good looks by then. It had that huge 390 engine way up front and no weight in back. No wonder it wouldn't handle.
That car screams "formula 1 type handling."
The suspension was super soft and all that weight up front. It was just impossible to drive. I'm sure if I ever drove drunk I would have had a wreck.
The love people had that owned that style vehicle was really something. I never got the allure. In much the same way that an amphibious car made for a shitty boat/car, it always seemed like a shitty car/truck.
It was kind of a gentleman's truck. You could pick up mulch and haul motorcycles and such. Back then pickup truck interiors were pretty primitive so the car/truck was a natural.
I remember seeing those things with campers or at least shells stuck on the back. That had to help things.
gwartney drives like a girl and probably can't drive a stick.
I actually liked the bench seats.
I was driving a stick while you were still sucking on your mama's tit. I bet I could outrace you on any on-road course. I used to race go-karts.
They had very nice and comfortable interiors. Probably why I liked them.
Open body going 80 MPH with less than the thickness of a cigarette pack between you and the ground, in a pack. Your balls would go up into your body.
And I meant recently with that sucking on your ma's tit remark.
My mother didn't love me enough to breastfeed me.