Black Friday

Today, here in the United States, it is “Black Friday.” This has nothing to do with the horrible day two weeks ago in Paris.

Today, here in the United States, it is “Black Friday.”

This has nothing to do with the horrible day two weeks ago in Paris.

It is called “Black Friday” because the amount of pre-holiday shopping that is done today is so massive that the store proprietors should be “in the black” financially.

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(Come next Monday, you’ll probably wonder why your pages may seem to take so long to load when you’re on line. It’s because the 30th is known as “Cyber Monday,” when a multitude of people take to their keyboards to do the shopping that they didn’t do physically on the 27th.)

So thinking in terms of what is quintessentially automotive and quintessentially black in honor of the day, we bring you the Ford Model T.

It’s as simple as that.