My Mom inherited a 1973 Chevy Impala Sport Coupe that had a 350 in it. That
thing was like driving a giant marshmallow. You would hit a bump and the
suspension would finally settle a couple miles down the road. No feel for the
driver, I recall using the term “wallow” when describing it to my Dad.
That being said, it was a fun car to drive compared to a Beetle. I remember
the nice brocade cloth upholstery and the front bench seat.
> On Oct 12, 2016, at 4:55 PM, Max Dillon via Mercedes <email@example.com>
> As a kid, my mother drove a '72 T-Bird for many years. It had a 427 ci
> engine, what a gas hog! I think the body was very similar to your brother's
> car in terms of size (HUGE), but not as angular. Terrible in the Wisconsin
> winters without snow tires, but Mom drove about thirty miles each way to work
> so she preferred all-season tires. That car got stuck a lot in the winter, I
> think we kept a chain and shovel in the trunk year-round. Very comfortable
> ride, fast for the time, stylish, I think it had over 150k miles when it was
> sold to the mailman. He drove a rural mail delivery route and racked up many
> more miles in short order, I think the car only lasted a few more years on
> mail delivery duty.
> Max Dillon
> Charleston SC
> '87 300TD
> '95 E300
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