Originally Posted by Tony Cloninger
So they test run ATM's in Cincy?
That's interesting .... and it leads me to the questions as to why they consider Cincy, a town to test things on......I ask that beacuse in late 1970 or early 1971..... Plymouth sent their future Cuda designs that would start in 1875, after the 1970-74 E bodies were done running their course.
The cars had hidden headlights......a more sleek, lowered racing car look.
Very nice, IMO.
Well it bombed in Cincy and it helped Plymouth make the decision (gas prices...car insurance rates going way up also contributed) not to keep the line going.
I guess they figured that Cincy being such a conservative town...that if it played well there...it would play well anywhere.
I think a lot of companies like to test run things in the Midwest. Time Warner Cable has used the Akron area as a test market for a lot of their new offerings. I would suspect that they look for a sizeable, but not-too-large city with a good demographic mix (not too young, not too old).