The Chevrolet Vega turned out to be something of an image-tarnisher for General Motors in the long run, due to design and quality problems that kept the car from living up to its potential. Still, more than 2 million were sold during the Vega's production run for the 1971 through 1977 model years, and the Vega was a common sight on American roads well into the decade of the 1980s. Here's a television advertisement for a group of 1973 Vegas, all in Smiley yellow paint and forming a Smiley face while sporting WHOO-P license plates.
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