Believe it or not, Grass Roots Motor Sport picked the Dodge Caravan as
their choice of $15,000 cars. Makes a hell of a tow vehicle.
> From: Ginter, G M (Michael) <GinteGM@LOUISVILLE.STORTEK.COM>
> To: 'Johnny Storm:- International Racing car driver'
<firstname.lastname@example.org>; 'bill nichol' <email@example.com>
> Cc: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
> Subject: RE: what's wrong with this picture?
> Date: Wednesday, March 12, 1997 10:42 AM
> I own a 79 Spifire, an 85 Nissan pickup to haul big lumber and dirty
> Spitfire parts, and a 96 Dodge Grand Caravan to haul kids, camping
> equipment, bikes, toys, skis, some lumber, and relatively clean Spitfire
> So far, it's been a pretty decent vehicle. I might even buy another one
> when this one gets tired.
> 79 Spit
> >From: bill nichol[SMTP:email@example.com]
> >Sent: Wednesday, March 12, 1997 9:21 AM
> >To: Johnny Storm:- International Racing car driver
> >Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >Subject: Re: what's wrong with this picture?
> >Johnny Storm:- International Racing car driver wrote:
> >> On Wed, 12 Mar 1997, DUHART JOHN wrote:
> >> My wife is going to be
> >> > able to blow my doors off in her Grand Caravan! ;-)
> >> What in God's name is a Grand Caravan? Sounds bloody dreadful!!
> >> Shame the article doesn't go into how the various cars go around
> >> corners!
> >> Johnny Storm
> >> '77 Spit 1500
> >Grand Caravan
> >Mopar product. "mini"van 6to9 passenger mothers taxi/utility
> >vehicle/delivery/frontwheel drive/altogether way to practicle for any
> >sself respecting LBC driver to own/truckcar/ powered by oone of those
> >marvelous new Chrysler engines that produce obscene amounts of horse
> >power and get about a million miles per gallon.
> >On my way to buy one