Did you have to walk from Dorval to Mirabel to pick up your car? LOLNorthern Rider said:Wattzaa matta Redman - mouse not workin'?
MT Car of the Year - fancy that!
BTW, I've been in Panama for the last 2 weeks. Searched the whole country, disguised as a tourist, looking for 300C's. Found 80 species of birds and this huge ditch dug right across the entire country - but, alas, no 300C's, or any type of 300.
As part of my disguise, I drove a Toyota Yaris (Panamanian Echo, the only make available to rent where I was staying). This car has one feature that is superior to the 300C. It has a locking, remote operated gas filler cover. It also has several hundred features that make it a runaway winner for worst car of the year.
It was soooo nice to get back into my C at Montreal airport for the drive back to Ottawa.
Thanks for the vid link joey!!joey said:Here is the video.
It starts after a short commercial.
Naw, that white elephant is only doing cargo now (another great use of your tax dollars). All pax flights are going from Dorval (renamed Trudeau International). The distance to my home was 136 miles. Made the trip in 85 minutes (wee hours of the morning).Mikeyjohn said:Did you have to walk from Dorval to Mirabel to pick up your car? LOL
I agree w/you about CR; they have a very obvious bias for non-American/Canadian-built autos. I've noticed that for years. Most of their auto stuff is way out; I think because they take no advertising, they rely on selling their mag. And get a bit sensational at times to do it.SilverHemi said:That's great news and a well deserved award. Makes me wonder why essentially the same car (Dodge Magnum) was rated near the bottom of a long list of wagons tested by Consumers Reports this month. I'm starting to think the charges made elsewhere in this forum about CR favoring the Japanese brands regardless of how good American cars get are not off base after all.