My friend Fred says he’s discovered a new class of cars, "fun cars" he calls them. His prime example is the Chevrolet SSR, the 2-seat convertible pickup. So what’s new? We’ve always had fun cars. I remember a 2-seat convertible pickup from years ago, a Dodge. It flopped. And when I look at all the sport cars being built, I can count 15 without getting into the exotics. But, all together, we’re only talking about a few hundred thousand cars. That’s not a big market. But Fred is thinking ...
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