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“Please won’t you buy me a Mercedes Benz?”



Thank you Janis Joplin. Actually, Geoff Nate has a long and challenging history with the automobile dating back to his misadventures with the family Buick, (see Blog 12) or in the Cigar Company’s van (see Blog 10).

Based on personal experience, he would suggest the best way for a young man to change his driving luck is to purchase a car with his own hard-earned cash. It makes better drivers of us all.


Chapter 1:  “The Mellow Yellow Plymouth Convertible”…  Geoff Nate’s first car, a sturdy little love boat he drove all over the U.S. and Mexico with adventures to share. If only the little rag top could talk. Come drive with us…  [open]

Chapter 2:  “The $250 Jaguar”…  “Yes, really,” said Elayne and her girlfriend Soni together, “He really did say he would sell us his big white Jaguar for $250. We promised you would call tomorrow.”  [open]

Chapter 3:  “The Mercedes Convertible Saga”…  But, Elayne and Soni never gave up. From a $250 Jaguar to a Mercedes convertible. What were those ladies smoking?  [open]


“I’ve Been Everywhere”…  If you have ever motored around western America in search of a static-free radio station, you could always find Johnny Cash and a bunch of his buddies.

Be our guests and share with us a great road song video.  [open]


Now Buckeroos… Join us as we ride out of this Blog on Route 66.  [open]

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Readers are invited to comment on any article featured in Geoff’s Blog. A box at the conclusion of each page is provided to encourage reader responses. Negative comments will, of course, be ignored.


Access to all previous blog articles can be found under the archive heading above or by clicking here:   (Archives)

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