Curbside Classic Capsule: Scout SR2 to MARY KAY SRX: The SUV's Final Evolutionary Step?

Paul Niedermeyer
by Paul Niedermeyer
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  • Shaker Shaker on Sep 05, 2009

    Went for a 150-mile ride in the back seat of a buddy's Scout in the 70's. Every curve was an 'adventure' (as in I thought the we'd roll over for sure any minute). But once we got to the snowy boondocks, the off-roading was a hoot. There was quite an aftermarket for rear fenders - it was a common sight in Western PA to see 3-year-old Scouts with huge holes along the rear-fender welds. Must be the LCD on this laptop - that SRX looks practically white.

  • Fincar1 Fincar1 on Sep 05, 2009

    "that SRX looks practically white." That's the way the last few Mary Kay pink Caddies I've seen looked in real life...not very much pink color in the paint at all.

  • UnclePete UnclePete on Sep 05, 2009

    I saw a new Mary Kay Cadillac CTS Thursday; it was the first Kay-car I've seen in at least 10 years. It was sort of a pearlescent-pink color. I didn't know they had SRX ones too. In the late '70s, one of the people I worked with had a '76 lime green Scout. I remember it rusting out in the rocker panels, and it was only 3 years old.

  • Campocaceres Campocaceres on Sep 05, 2009

    man, you would be positively giddy with excitement if you saw the Escalade...