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Roadtest poem
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 1:45 pm    Post subject: Roadtest poem Reply with quote

I found this poem (of sorts) in a magazine road test. Thought that some of you at least, might enjoy it. They dont write tests like that anymore! Laughing It was for a Chrysler 300E, by the way!

A is for alphabet, which is how you tell them apart.
Its also for action, which you get in this cart.
B is for big, which it is undeniably, while
C is for Chrysler who make it and sell it.
D is for devices which this car overflows with.
E is for this year, and other things to.
Enormous, extravagant and energetic for sure.
F is for frantic as in Lets Get Hustling,
G is for gas-guzzling and such a large grille. Its sure this car wont run on a pill.
H is for handling, where this Chrysler is hot, though some still insist that it really is not.
I is for those inches, square cubic and linear.
J is for Jaguar drivers, who avert their eyes. Youíre faster? Lies, all lies!
K is for King of the Road, because thatís what you are.
L is for luxury motoring, a bit out of our line. Its also for loose door handles
Which rattled and shook.
M is for mirrors, inside and out. One dips automatically, clickety click.
The otherís adjustable without stretching your back.
N is for no ticket, when youíre on Autopilot.
O is for outer space where you might want to fly it.
P is for power, and push buttons, too.
Q is for quality, in details itís lacking
R is for rear end, which is typically Chrysler
Changed from last yearís, its no hit, more a bunt.
Why cant it be different, just like the front?
S is for steering, ridiculously light. On smooth roads once used to it, it works out alright.
T is for transmission, Torqueflite by name. Its also for tyres, which suffer and scream.
V is for velocity, absolute maximum. Its figure is such, we didnít dare, much.
W is for wits, which weíre now at the end of,
X, Y, and Z are the ones we cant think of.
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