Just kiddin’; it is April 1st, after all. I would never say anything disparaging about a Cavalier, right? Well, unless perhaps it’s a first year 1982 model…stay tuned.
Speaking of Cavaliers, the members of UAW Locals 1112 and 1714 voted today to begin wearing VW-inspired uniforms consisting of white overalls with an optional matching white jacket. In the spirit of cooperation, Lordstown management will wear Daimler-inspired white lab coats.
I also heard BBC reinstated Jeremy Clarkson.
And this is his new company car.
Sound’s like the whole deal is just a free publicity stunt.
Wow, the rare produce hook option. I think this was offered after some initial complaints about lack of trunk space. Unfortunately, when GM started to really cut costs, the low hanging fruit was the first to go.
Well played sir, well played 🙂
I actually saw a mid 80s Cavalier speeding south on I 95 yesterday. Yes, speeding. It was late at night so I didn’t see the exact model year but it was pre “facelift” with tri-color tail light lens.
I see, the banana is there but the nuts are gone.
I wouldn’t mind the generation of Cav before this, in V6 convertible form.
I think local shopping malls should give cavalier for free as a part of promotion. This cavalier has banana and apple, with lemon it will be very fruity.
But occasionally I do hear the free cavalier though.
I passed up on a fifty dollar Cavalier about ten years ago. The guy who owned it had taken it away from a drug addict daughter and knew it had problems besides what may have been hiding in it.
Yeah, best to pass up on some “good deals”.
cavalier is the most common modern car in 0-200 range I hear of.
My housemate has Cavalier Estate with the two square headlights which makes it about 30 years old and I am not making this up. Funny to see this Cavalier sporting a banana.
I owned two Cavaliers of this generation. Two coupes,one replacing the other which was t-boned and totalled. They may not have been the ultimate driving machine but I wouldn’t call them lemons. Absolutely reliable actually, and cheap to run.
Yeah, my sister had a 90’s version and it served her very well. Not great cars, but they were dirt cheap and reliable.
Maybe it’s there to symbolize what a slippery slope GM was on. Or maybe the early lock up rear brakes. Maybe the driver is just monkeying around. OK I’ll stop now.
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