Since I was at the taping of this episode, I can't give it a rating. Now that it has aired, I don't have to worry about spoilers and have a bit more to say.
1. I also wish they had done a comparison between the Alfa, the BMW, and the Jaaaag. I've seen the Alfa Quadriplegia on our exhibit floor...
Don't have a separate thread for the museum, but go ahead and ask me anything.
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There were more than six total production, but the last six were all road cars as the rally series had ended.
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Yeah it's a staff favorite. A fun wee beastie.
Thanks for reading. Somewhere on YouTube there is a recent interview with May, and he said it would be a recurring theme for the first season. Sorry, didn't realize that was a spoiler.
Thank you. Yes, that's the way I took it. I think there is a word for it. Cluster-something... :lol:
The museum I work for was invited to bring out a few cars to display at the Grand Tour taping in Nashville. The producers actually contacted us a few months ago, and two staff came to visit in person. The cast and production staff tossed around ideas for the Nashville episode and in the end, we...
The three hosts have said that they have an agreement among themselves in case one of them dies. They would mention the death of their co-host, and then introduce the next segment ("Sadly, James May was killed during the filming of that segment. And now, the new Golf..."). Hammond and May should...
As I was a teenager in the 80's and did some of those games, I had a good laugh watching the boys reminisce. Other moments also gave me a good laugh, which is why I watch these guys.
And I have a mustache, in case anyone has any questions.
Instead of dropping the standard cars, how about making premium versions to replace them? A little trimming would be good. We don't really need four versions of 17hp Fiat 500s in the game. Just one version, and then an X1/9, for example.