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June 29, 2012:
We take a look back at a classic article about a classic car.
April 27, 2012:
April 20, 2012:
Despite a strong association with trains, the all-steel car body is a major part of the legacy of Edward Gowen Budd.
April 13, 2012:
The Isetta is little more than a footnote in BMW's history, but this tiny Bubble Car helped the Bavarian automaker avoid bankruptcy.
April 5, 2012:
March 30, 2012:
Chevrolet’s Monte Carlo followed the "personal luxury coupe" long-hood, short-deck styling theme so popular in the 60s and 70s.
March 23, 2012:
Founded in 1907 by an American living in England, Lagonda’s greatest triumph was winning the 1935 LeMans race.
March 16, 2012:
With modification by Lotus founder, Colin Chapman, the Lotus Cortina quickly made its reputation on racing and rally circuits.
March 9, 2012:
It’s not widely known that Mercedes-Benz introduced a rear-engine small car before the first VW Beetle prototype.
March 2, 2012:
Daringly different in their styling, the 1949 to 1951 “bathtub” Nash automobiles were comfortable, economical and reliable.
February 24, 2012:
The Curved Dash was a jaunty little vehicle with the dashboard curving up in front. It even inspired a popular song.
February 17, 2012:
The original idea behind the Carroll Shelby modified Shelby Mustangs was to enhance the performance image of the Mustang.
February 10, 2012:
After the Second World War, the small English Austin A40 enjoyed brisk sales in car-starved North America.
Bankruptcy court limits Wanxiang's 'old Fisker' warranty obligations to $400,000
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