Dutchess, that's exactly my attitude. That's why my New Years Resolution, every New Years, is NOT to make any New Years Resolutions.
Chang, the sad truth is, that back in the 80s, the American car manfactueers were building <deleted>. They were building excelent pick up trucks, but the cars back then, with the exception of the Chevy Corvette was nothing to write home about. Even the Cadlack and the Lincolns were seriously under powered, got TERRIBLE gas milage, were as slow as Summertime Hound dogs, and they weren't too much to look at, to boot. Take the Caprice Classic, for instance. I had a 69 Chevy Caprice, a buddy of mine had an 83 Chevy Caprice Classic. My car had a 455 cubic inch engine which developed over 300 horse power. He was bragging about the fact that his 305 Cubic inch could produce over 100 h p. We had a drag race, and my old rust bucket with the 4 barel carburator beat him by miles. IT was the same story with all the cars. The 80s vintage Mustanges were a joke, the Chevy Novas, Pontiac Lemonses and Grand Prix, even the Dodge Charger, all the Mercuries, Lincolns, Oldsmobiles, Cadlacks. ALL JOKES, not even GHOSTS of their former selvs.