Worst Javelin ever

1975 Bricklin SV1.  This was billed as a "safety vehicle."   This is true.  A shitty AMC V8 ensures that it won't go far, fast or long, limiting your exposure to MVAs.
1975 Bricklin SV1
Dorkmaster 9000 styling ensures that you will be safe from STDs. Not even a hooker will touch you in this.  And, your coke dealer will laugh you off too.

1975 Bricklin SV1

1975 Bricklin SV1

But at least you got power doors...
1975 Bricklin SV1
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1975 Bricklin SV1

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  1. Not really.They looked pretty good in 75.The biggest problem they had were roof leaks.My neighbor had one I rode in a few times.Seemed like an okay car at the time.

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  2. Not really.They looked pretty good in 75.The biggest problem they had were roof leaks.My neighbor had one I rode in a few times.Seemed like an okay car at the time.

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    1. The Fisker-like business model (charge 1/3 of what the car costs) doomed it. The leak problem was pretty foreseeable. Yeah, the styling. In a world of Logan's Run and post-Irwin Allen craziness, yeah, it was cool from a distance. Up close, not so much. Plus, it looked like half the cars I ever drew in study hall.

      I suppose I could have called it the "best" Javelin ever. There's not much difference in my mind

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