Tuesday, March 31, 2015

10K; Cimbrialy Irresistible: 1982 Cimbria SS


 The 1982 Cimbria has a far out design that is permissible to compromise ones principles.  Thankfully, its Amore Cars built body has a look that is kinda mythical, and anything but typical.  It is a craze you'd endorse, a powerful force, and you'd be obliged to conform when there's no other course. It used to look good to me, but now you can find this 1982 Cimbria SS bidding for $7,200 reserve-not-met here on eBay, located in Morrill, NE.


The VW engine is so powerful, that it's simply unavoidable.  Looking good is a trend that's irreversible and yer gonna be invincible. It's a natural law and leaves me in awe, but those gullwing doors deserves the applause, I surrender because a Ferrari used to look good to me, but now I found a Cimbria irresistible. 


Cimbria SSistible, she's so fine, there's no tellin' where the money went.
Cimbria SSistible, she's all mine, there's no other way to go

Crashin's unavoidable, I backed against the wall
Never seen out the back window before
I'm breaking intellectual promises, she's breaking every law
Lambos used to look good to me, but now I find a


Cimbria SSistible, she's so fine, there's no tellin' where the money went.
Cimbria SSistible, she's all mine, there's no other way to go

Her overhangs are inscrutable
The proof is irrefutable, tooh-tooh-tooh-tooh-tooh-tooh-tooh (liters, aircooled)
Its so completely kissable, huh
Our louvres are indivisible

It's a craze you'd endorse, it's a powerful force
You're obliged to drive one when there's no other course
Vettes used to look good to me, but now I find a

Cimbria SSistible
Cimbria SSistible


She's so fine, there's no tellin' where the money went
Simply irresistible she's all mine, there's no other way to go
She's so fine, there's no tellin' where the money went
...oh...wait.... I bought an 81 Cimbria SS...

My apologies to Robert Palmer and his ladies.

9 comments:

  1. Wow, when inspiration cuts in, DT is on another PLANET!

    I didn't immediately see where you were going, and I was getting a 1960s coffee house vibe, but by the end, it was "Friday Night Videos" flashbacks all the way. Thanks for a great morning laugh!

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  2. Yes.... um yes. That there right there is..... ha it's a masterpiece. I can picture the ladies standing on top of this doing that sway dance thing.

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  3. Automotive ugliness that went unsurpassed for a full 19 years until the introduction of the Pontiac Aztek in 2001.

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  4. Ah yes, the backing band that we all remember, er, fondly. Thanks to Robert Palmer and Vince for the morning flashback. Brilliantly done!

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  5. NE Trailer trash @ it's finest !

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  6. I'd rock it. It would be with much pride that I'd ask myself what it would take to work to make it work. While I was lucky...lookin' for clues, I'd be busy casting a spell under a Spanish moon. How much fun would every kinda people see this car as? I know I would.

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  7. Taillights from my '77 Pontiac Sunbird yuk. Cimbrias were built in my hometown of Milwaukee Wisconsin.

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  8. It's got a whiff of Sterling to it.

    Which sent me poking around the Sterling end of the Googlesphere, I had no idea where that whole design had gone over the past couple decades. It looks like there was SOMETHING of an effort to make a real car out of it, but they've kinda struggled down the road.


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  9. That's my home town! Never saw this one.
    Coming in on HWY26 from the east, population 951. From the west, population 1040.
    In high school, Masid Chevrolet had a C4 Grand Sport for a while. I loved that blue. Lots of classic, hot rod old man types in this town. Studebaker pickups to Fox Bodies. I have a couple friends there that went to WyoTech when they still taught lead filling, as opposed to the 1/8" standard Bondo that they teach now.

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