If you don't know what Pearl Harbor was, you suck. The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, HI on December 7th, 1941. After that, the US entered World War II. (And no, I didn't have to look it up to tell you that, this next part I did, cause I didn't want to screw it up). Out of the 8 battleships in the harbor, the Arizona, was the only one that stayed at the bottom of the ocean. 2,403 American servicemen, and 68 civilians were killed during the attack. So, if you don't know your country's history (don't tell me, but) go visit Wikipedia and find out about it.
Now you all know I LOVE the Corvette Stingray. So, is it such a bad thing, that the more I see of the late 60's early 70's model Chevelles, I'm beginning to like them more than the Stingray? Is it bad that I seem to be switching from this beautiful:
1960's Chevy Corvette Stingray
to this beautiful?
1960's Chevy Chevelle
And, these are pretty drool-worthy too. 1969 Chevy Camaro
I was getting on the bus today, and this exact car drove by. I was so torn between watching the car and getting on the bus. Of course, it was cold, so I got on the bus, but I got to drool over it through the window. I really gotta find a guy with a sweet car, cause I was turned on just watching the car drive by.
Alright, I'm labeling these as they were saved as, and they're all taken from ebay, so if they're wrong it's not my fault (if you're a regular long-time visitor, you know I know a few cars exactly, the other's I just like to look at and take people's words for what they are). Also taking a break from the cop cars, as my normal commenter hasn't been commenting, course other shit could be happening in his life, and have nothing to do with the stuff I'm posting, how the hell would I know? And I'm not quite sure why I picked all yellow ones, maybe just cause they were bright and jumped out at me. Deal.