That brings back memories from the early 1990's when the automotive consultancy I worked for was (un)lucky enough to be asked to work on improving the NVH of both the I4 and the V6 versions of the Fiero.Cheapest way to buy a car that has the provenance of having been featured on the lawn at the Quail Concours:
Bruce: It all sounds like a lot of effort for very little reward!! But as I said previously, I'm totally ignorant of your quaint American cultural practices!!Don, I assure you, he is closer to a red neck than you can imagine. He wants me to plant deer food near his house so he can sit on the balcony and shoot his deer... mind, he might want to use a spot light too!
Now that's red neck huntin...
The problem is a bear may have to go to the garage for the room he uses... and he might end up spot lighted and in the cross hairs!
Red necks do not need a gun rack. They never leave home without the gun!
Yes, we do too.I'm not sure if Americans use the same term, but we call the hair style a "mullet"
No, it's just a cliche association. As in, nobody but a redneck would be seen in a mullet at this point. Which begs the question: If a redneck has hair long enough to cover his neck, how did his neck end up red? (The term originated more than 100 years ago from farmers working in the fields getting sunburns on their necks).are mullets back in vogue in the thriving Redneck community in America?