I've successfully managed to lose my class today. Before I have 9352 burners calling me an idiot, we do not have a set classroom, and thus we rely on the professor telling us where to meet. She didn't this time. Since I haven't missed this class this entire semester, I've taken the liberty of "skipping" class and spending a lovely and unproductive afternoon on Oppositelock. This is about to get a whole lot more lovely and unproductive.
Today I will discuss why Talbot is the most bizarre of all the modern French automakers.
Before you all think I'm actually quite sane and referring to the prewar exotica produced by Talbot-Lago, I'll have to quash those otherwise "normal" assumptions. I'm solely talking about the Talbot that existed between 1978 and 1992.
About to click away, eh? NOT ENOUGH FLASHING GIFS, RIGHT?
Anyway, I'll begin with saying I have one of these blasted pieces of jun... awesome. I wrote about it eons ago as an introduction to myself. Unfortunately, as of last month, it is no longer road legal, as it's no longer taxed nor insured. Naturally, having one of these rare pieces of French quirk does make you a tad curious about what else they managed to produce... When they weren't on break, smoking, on break and smoking, lunch, asleep, striking, etc.