When Chrysler transformed Ram from a model into its own brand, it needed to make a mark. Helping to do so is Sam Elliott. His deep, resonant, cowboy-esque voice might strike a chord with you - especially if you've seen The Big Lebowski (he was "The Stranger" who narrated it) and more recently, Up in the Air, and We Were Soldiers.
Up until 2008 Elliott served as the voice for the National Cattlemen's Beef Association rattling off the time-honoured tagline, "Beef. It's what's for dinner." These days, he's also the voice of Smokey Bear, the U.S. fire prevention mascot.
A 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake sold for $1.3 million. Do you think classic cars were made better than modern rides?
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- Yes, the quality of cars from the 1960s and '70s is the best
- No, modern technology makes cars better today
- Maybe, it's hard to say since most Canadians get a new car every 10 years