Re: [FWDLK] 1961 Plodge story
[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: [FWDLK] 1961 Plodge story

On 03 03/28/06, Bill Watson wrote:
> The whole story of it being built in Canada and shipped to Mexico is an
> outright lie, as Mr. Garlick is well aware.  This same car was going to
> appear in an article in one of Hemming's publications but they pulled out
> when they found out the whole story was pure fabrication.   According to one
> person involved with Hemming's, they blew over $1,000 on photos, etc. and
> were not impressed with being taken for a ride.
> I wonder how much Mr. Garlick got for this spread?     I wonder what MCG's
> response will be when they find out the truth?  (Will have to get a copy of
> that issue)

A few years ago they printed a great article by Bill Haig debunking 
the red 70 Daytona.   I have seen MCG admit mistakes before,  but this
is big hood-wink,, it'll be interesting to see how they handle this.

The bit about Mexico is lame.  People know so little about exports
that when someone who can make themselves sound authorative, say a car is 
an export,  readers/onlooked will immediately say "oh, that explains it".

The complete BS part of an Mexico story is that in 1961,  Automex 
(Chrysler's agent in Mexico at the time) sold *both* Plymouth's 
*and* Dodge's!!!  


To unsubscribe or set your subscription options, please go to

Home Back to the Home of the Forward Look Network