Who knew the Mazda 3 from 2010 would ever be this highly regarded? Classic Car expert Nit Dorn in the year 2075 is here to explain why.
- June 12, 2018
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Starring: Nate Dern
Director/Writer: Adriana Robles
Director/Writer/Editor: Hannah Levy
Producer: Jack Bradley
DP: Matt Sweeney
Cam Op: Ryan Bender
Sound Mixer: Ryan Kaiser
Assistant Editor: Cody Pereira
Post Producer: Alex Parks
June 12, 2018
(upbeat, rhythmic rock music)
- Hey, I'm Nit Dorn and I collect classic cars.
Today, we've got something very special for you.
Or should I say, three somethings.
I'm talkin' about three Mazda 3s from the 2010s.
Let's take a look.
Now, these three babies are sedans,
which means that they have a little bit more
space in the back than their little cousins, the coupes.
The great thing about all this extra space
is that if you were a low-life hobo
who lived out of your car,
you could put a bed,
maybe even a kitchenette back here.
We've restored this back seat
to be just like it would've been in 2011.
Filled with empty water bottles.
Oh, look at this.
A love letter.
This must be over 50 years old.
Oh my, this one gets kind of naughty.
"Thank you for shopping with us"?
You can tell the gender of a car by the way it looks at ya.
Another cool thing about this model
is if you take a look down here,
you'll see some yellow paint.
Now, if you notice, this is a black car, not a yellow car.
So that yellow paint came from
a foreign object that the driver ran into.
So, while being an idiot is illegal today,
back then, they were all over the place.
Now, this model has some 2017
bird shit right here on the car.
Bird shit is something that fell out of a squawker.
A squawker is something that used to live in the sky.
We don't have squawkers anymore.
Or a sky.
We do have that nice hologram, though.
My robo-wife thinks it's excessive
that I have three Mazda 3s. (chuckles)
I just tell her, "Hey, honey, it's excessive
that you have three robo-boobs."
There you have it.
That's the Mazda 3.
Please join us for the next episode
when we're gonna be looking at the 2012 Toyota Sienna.
The automatic doors stopped working after about a year,
and so kids had to open them manually and after a while,
they got too strong for their own good.
See ya then.
(booming and creaking)