Retard, its pretty clear that you have only idea what you're talking about in regards to the big 3. A filing of Chapter 11 doesnt not mean a company closes its doors, but rather a protection from creditors while it reorgs.
Furthermore, what the hell do you mean "...but then again it's American"?
It appears youre in Altanta. Last time I checked, Altanta is in America! Well, if you dont like it...
Finally, Aston, until recently, was owned by FORD. That company is headquartered in Detriot, which is also in America.
Please dont lecture me on chapter 11.....I manage a million dollar portfolio while being a student in college. Nevertheless, a bankruptcy may cause some dealers to close their doors. You dont know that, I dont know that. That is still an if. I do hope that the American car companies get back into the game. It may appear from my previous statement that I hate American cars. I do not. I respect them for all their worth.
Now to answer your question on what the hell it means that its American is pretty obvious. There has always been prejudice against American cars and their build quality. You remember the saying F
aily. Exactly my point. I know that American automakers are getting much better with their products but there is still that nagging voice in the back your mind saying this and you just cant get rid of it can you?
To answer your second comment on Atlanta, what do you mean by this statement? Also please learn how to spell your American cities.
To address the last comment, I was purely making a suggestion on a car that he could possibly obtain near that price range. Also, Aston wasnt held for very long looking back at its entire history (94-07). Also, Astons were never made in America.
Now to address every person who has read this thread. I am not trying to start a flame war. I am simply addressing kosmo who has quoted and addressed me. I apologize to anyone who I may have offended.