2001 Mercury Sable Wagon LS
This next car comes as a tip from ME who writes: I doubt it has a manual transmission, still a cool wagon for a few bucks. Yes, this car certainly does not have a manual, or an LS V8, but what it does have is room for lots of kids, cheap Ford Taurus replacement parts and zero mass market appeal, so you can get a nice one for about the cost of a pack of chewing gum. Find this 2001 Mercury Sable Wagon LS offered for $2995 in New Haven, CT via craigslist.
From the seller:
2001 mercury sable ls premium
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: grey
title status: clean
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You put in enough hours throughout the week, so why not have a car that does the same? Let the fuel efficiency of this Mercury Sable Wagon’s 3.0L V6 DOHC 24V engine work hard to keep money in your wallet.
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This must be bulging car day.
Sort of like a Taurus wearing a codpiece. Coincidentally or not, the fish named sable is also known as black cod (US, UK, Canada), blue cod (UK), and coal cod (UK)
So were the designers making some sort of codpiece joke or was the sable’s design a homage to the Aurora? Not the Oldsmobile Aurora dating back to 1997 but the 40 year older mobile Aurora built by a Roman Catholic priest getting his phd in aerodynamics at Yale.
A fascinating story and much weirder than anything I could make up.
You guys chew some expensive gum! When the priests go weird, the weird flee