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Poll_Blind Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Feb-06-11 10:39 PM
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86. That was a commercial selling Detroit, not a car. Make a commercial which shows...
..all the people that made the car, tell me their stories. That's what I'd wanna hear, for instance. Not black people singing, not Eminim's "I would pop ya just for lookin' at me but I'm already on parole." glare...none of that.

It was about as close to 100% verneer as you can get. Again, I have no problem with the car. I just think it's a terrible way to sell it. Except for some brief shots of the car itself, and a few interior shots which are only clear enough to get that onboard GPS is either available or an option, what do we actually learn about the car?

The product. What is being sold is not the product.

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