@facw Thank you kind sir! Ah, sleepy little seaside commune touched by WW2.
The Royal Navy loaned the escort carrier Colossus to the French after the war, which was then renamed for Arromanches to honor the site. After participating in both the First Indochina War and the Suez Crisis, the ship was rebuilt with an angled flight deck and turned into an anti-sub carrier, then in '68 it was converted to a helicopter carrier for the Troupes de Marine, then decommissioned in 1974 and broken up in '78.
I'm reminded of an old advertisement for some Sun workstation. They claimed you could have the motherboard out in, like, 30 seconds.
I found this somewhat concerning. You shouldn't need to replace a motherboard that frequently. It perhaps says something about the quality then making repairs easy is prioritized over making something that requires infrequent repairs.
@ttyymmnn Ford needs to being back the Thunderbird name as an electric crossover vehicle with concealed rear door handles and a coupe-like roofline, and with tailights loosely based on this generation. I mean, come on, they have a Lightning already
Yes. Saloon originated from the French salon and was used in the U.K. for luxury carriages on trains.
The U.S. sedan comes from the boxes carried by servants.