Look, I get it. SUVs and crossovers are all the rage now.
When I was a wee lad, my father, who was raised around the country music scene, owned a hotel in Nashville and dabbled in music promotion, took me to a hotel in Louisville Kentucky where we lived at the time.
When I used to think of the Cadillac I conjured up images of the big luxurious sedans that took up an entire lane, drank gas like an alcoholic set loose in a liquor store
When I was a wee lad growing up in Southern Indiana my parents would send me and the rest of the brood (consisting of two younger sisters) north to spend the summer with my grandparents in Detroit.
When I was a kid, we’re talking the early 1970s here, things made in China weren’t exactly known for their quality.