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Have to share with you all a funny story from last night.
I was at my softball game for the "Advil League" I play in (it's a 35+ league, which means you have to be 35 years old or older to play - hence the nickname "Advil League" - if you're my age, you'll get the joke), and was standing by the car after my game, taking off my cleats, putting my gear in the trunk, etc. when a guy from another team came by to admire the RX-8 - which was parked under a streetlight, making the yellow paint glow florescently.
ANYWAY ... his comment was ...
"Man, that is one cool car. They've finally built a real Study Hall Car."
I looked at him quizzically, and he went on to explain:
"It looks like one of those cars I used to draw in Study Hall when I was a kid!"
That's the best description of the styling of this car that I've ever heard. Let's face it, the fender lines, the swoops, etc. ARE a little cartoon-ish, which honestly increases the cool factor exponentially.
I used to draw all kinds of Study Hall Cars ...was my favorite passtime as a student. God knows studying didn't cut it for me.
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StewC625 - FORMER owner of a 2004 RX-8 that served me well for 4 years and 48000 miles. Current Ride: 2004 BMW 330Ci Convertible.