Interesting fact about the Nova, it wasn't selling well in Latin America. Then they finally realized that "no va" in Spanish means "it does not go"! :lol: :lol: :lol:Ernest said:I don't know about you all, but the Chevy NOVA was a very badass screamer in the 60's. Caught the attention of more than a couple of mopars, thats for sure.
It makes for a great story, but not true. "no va" makes as much sense as english baby talk "no go" and pointing to a car with a hole in the engine block.GRinLR said:Interesting fact about the Nova, it wasn't selling well in Latin America. Then they finally realized that "no va" in Spanish means "it does not go"! :lol: :lol: :lol:
What's up with Saturn capitalizing ALL the names of their vehicles ? I've already accepted that it's a SKY (as opposed to a Sky), which followed the ION and VUE pattern. But on Saturn's web site (and in their printed literature), even the RELAY name is always in caps. I think the same will be true for the upcoming OUTLOOK. I feel like they're shouting at me ! :willy:1994SC2 said:Perhaps the name (clearly reused from the earlier concept convertible) was a part of Saturn's 3 letter nominclature at the time... ION, VUE, SKY and now that has been thrown to the wind (Relay, Outlook, Aura).
Hey hey hey, now. The Fiero IS a classic. You'd be surprised at the following the Fiero has, including myself, and Fformula88 (whose screen ID refers to his car, a 1988 Fiero Formula).rick112 said:Well what ever she's called lets hope it isn't called the next Fiero! Not exactly an American Classic. BTW who's gona send the email to Saturn about the name change?