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(Found In) Civic Center (San Francisco, California): 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera Cruiser Station Wagon

What if I proposed to you that the Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera was the most polarizing car of the last 40 years? I’m sure you’d point out there’s plenty of other cars that deserve a bigger medal in terms of era defining cars but I have some key arguments. 958 more words

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(Found In) Civic Center (San Francisco, California): 1977 Toyota Corona Station Wagon

In a number of ways Toyota was the most “American” of Japanese manufacturers. Once on their feet in the U.S. market in the early 70’s, they fielded a line up not dissimilar, albeit smaller and far more efficient, than Detroit rivals. 556 more words

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Views from a Taxi


Blocking the box downtown

21st/Guerrero, facing north


St. Ignatius

Turk Street

Cliff House


Lyft driver from Oregon

Anti-Trump protest

Market Street at dusk

City Hall


(Found In) Outer Richmond (San Francisco, California): 1972 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser Station Wagon

The Vista Cruiser is an interesting detour in the concept of the family hauler. General Motors always struggled a wee bit with the concept of the station wagon (and the minivan and SUV crazes that followed) compared to Ford and Chrysler. 607 more words

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“If only”, right? To be Karl Malden would be more than I deserve to be honest. I mean, I’m not a monster or anything, but, damn, as ‘The Kurgan’ said when impaling Conor MacLeod in preparation for beheading him, “There can be only one”. 7 more words