1962 Plymouth BelvedereReview
The Toad — Pushbutton transmission, seating for 6-8 teenage girls (depending on who was included) Loved it, but it was a gas hog and making $2 an hour at the A&W didn't get me very far... so I bought a Pinto (YIKES)!
Primary Use: Commuting to work
Pros: Fun to drive
Cons: Gas hog (V8)
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