LateNightCable Erster Beitrag: 27. August 2003 Letzter Beitrag: 24. Oktober 2003 The 1980s' may look kind of cheesy at first glance, but they had a whole a lot of charictor. There was an irrepressible pop sheen to them that was made for hot cars and big egos. But it was all fun. There was a lot of diversity. We didn't have conglomerate car companies like we have now, who buy up other marks and mold the original charictor right out of them. A Bimmer was a Bimmer, a Benz meant quality, a Lambo was no more German than Feruccio himself. And a, Bentley or a Rolls was, well, English. Crockett and Tubbs, chillin' ... 8) Yeah, those days had a lot of spunk and charictor. Aside from technological advances, I would like to hear everyone's take on how so much charictor, and brand individuality has been lost since those days, or how you think it hasn't. Yo! Whats' happenin' Magnum?