@ranwhenparked Oh yeah, that guy. But for maximum good taste you need breezy short white cargo shorts. At first I thought the head tattoos were supposed to be hair but on second glance I think it's just a big head tattoo.
Dallas! like a lot of cities here in TX, Dallas has a "loop" highway supposedly to facilitate moving around the city, problem is, there are lakes and an airport inside the loop. a lot of people talk about how bad Houston is, but Houston has a grid of streets, if traffic is bad on their loop you can exit and negotiate where to go and eventually get to your destination. But Dallas, hoo boy! I once got off the loop there and tried to cut across to any other part to get on a highway and get back to Fort Worth, i drove around for 20 minutes on those stupid streets only to come back out where I started! the downtown area is the only one inside the loop that makes sense, but that is not much help unless you are on the south side. the rest of the roads wind around the lakes and Love Field and such. nowadays with directions available on most every phone it's not as bad getting lost but it's still a lost cause
Then, bam! The First Chevy of the Eighties! Citation.
Yeah they really didn't start off that decade well. Or end it, depending on how you look at it as you could still buy a brand new Citation or Chevette startlingly close to the end of the decade and later you could buy a bunch of Isuzu and Suzuki captive imports.
It's kind of weird how Oldsmobile peaked during the Malaise era though when you think about it.
@interstate366 Agreed. The proportions, the everything, it's just so right! That one desperately needs some bodywork and a paintjob but I bet it still runs great. I wish I could have got close enough to notice the transmission choice.