By Michael Klein
Skippack's John DelVecchio, who lived in a flaming-red 2009 Ford Mustang for 11 days, will have to wait a bit before taking delivery of the car he won.
The cream interior was pretty much creamed. Food containers and empty bottles were packed into every nook. Salad dressing was caked in the back window. A milk shake, flavor undetermined, stained the backseat. Scalp oil clouded the rear windows. Fruit flies swarmed in the trunk.
Danny interviews the contestants in the Win a Mustang contest which requires contestants to live in the mustang for as long as they can. Last one in the mustang wins it.
Tuesday June 23, 2009 - Jonathan Lamas
What would you do for a chance to win a brand-new 2009 Mustang? How about sit in the car for several weeks with three complete strangers? That's what four people are doing right now as part of the American Muscle Live in It to Win It Contest. That's right, four complete strangers and one sharp looking pony car.
According to AmericanMuscle.Com, "The Live In It To Win It contest challenges contestants to outlast their competitors by living in a Mustang until their three counterparts succumb to boredom, exhaustion and the overwhelming need to shower. Basically, he who is willing to smell the worst wins." Sounds like fun, right? Give it a few days. The promotion is sponsored by AmericanMuscle.Com and Philadelphia-based radio station WYSP. DJ Danny Bonaduce kicked off the event (See Video) yesterday morning on his radio show.
This is the season finale of Reinventing-Bonaduce. Danny has Gretchen on his radio show. See the entire episode below.
This is the second review of the new Saturday Morning Cartoon collections just released from Warner Bros. This two disc set covers many of the great cartoons of the 1970s. Saturday morning cartoons truly began to grow up in this decade and the shows were very different than those of the 1960s. First off, while most of the 60s shows would run three or four toons during the hour, in the 70s many shows ran just one episode for the entire 30 minute slot. This was confirmation that kids were becoming more sophisticated. They wanted meatier plots and fewer funny animals. The 70s toons were incredibly diversified…there was action, sci-fi, fantasy, horror, musical, mystery, and super hero toons, everything under the sun, frankly.