rom Pontiacs to Jaguars, cars say a lot about the man behind the wheel
From the Print Edition:
The Cuba Issue, May/Jun 01
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Maybe that's the comforting thing about driving a Jaguar. You don't have to think. We are programmed to believe nice things, or certain given aspects, about the person behind the wheel.
What's true, what's real -- all these years later I remember the Pontiac. But I've got to admit: I love driving the Jag. Almost as much as that Pontiac.
Gerald Eskenazi is a sportswriter for The New York Times.