Good morning, sir, your new car is ready.
Shall we run through a few features?
Outside the vehicle, there's a nice long bonnet finishing in a cutting-edge seventies shovel-nose grille and a bumper that juts out like the cow-catcher on an overnight freight train.
Now if you'll step around to the driver's door, we'll take a look inside.
As you can see, there are acres of velour. It's the last word in 1970s interior comfort.
As you requested, we have fitted the front seats with the factory-accessory padded black velour headrests. These can be zipped off for ease of cleaning.
Right below the cigar lighter, you'll notice the Town and Country push-button AM radio. We've pre-tuned it to Melbourne's top five stations - 3AR, 3LO, 3DB, 3AW and 3XY. The speaker in the top of the dash.
Yes, one speaker: it's an AM radio, why would you need two?
You'll notice the big, bold instrumentation. That big disc in the middle is the space for the optional tachometer; however, since your vehicle has the automatic transmission, I doubt you'll be needing one.
Now finally sir, take a look at the odometer. See? The car is barely run in.
Here are the keys. Enjoy your car.
Good day to you.