By on November 30, 2009

Are you a lonely American, stuck in Merry Old England for the holidays and looking for a slice of Wal-Mart shopping lot nostalgia amid the plum pudding and “Fathers Christmas”? Look no further than the UK Cruisers’ Charity Christmas Party. Who knew there were enough “owners and admirers of PT Cruisers” in Old Blighty to start a club?

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3 Comments on “The UK’s Answer To JDM Tuners Celebrate The Season...”

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    When I went to Niagra Falls in Canada a few years back PT cruisers where everywhere, even the cabrio versions.

    It makes sense that the PT Cruiser would do well in England it’s cheap, practical, and has this love or hate it style to it, in essence it’s cheap and cheerful.

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    Cammy Corrigan

    The club is called “UK Cruisers Charity Christmas Party”. Which means being in “Merry Old England” isn’t enough. You’ve forgotten Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Also, if you miss Wal-Mart, pop along to “Asda” its Wal-Mart’s UK division. Though Waitrose and the Co-Operative are better.

    Now, PT Cruisers. Flipping hideous. Next topic, please.

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