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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.
January 27, 2012:
Lighter, stronger and safer than body-on-frame construction, unit construction is now almost universal for passenger cars.
January 20, 2012:
Donald Healey was an English automotive legend, responsible for the Austin Healey sports cars, Nash-Healey and many others.
January 17, 2012:
The Cayman “is perhaps the consummate vehicle in which driver is truly connected to the machine.”
January 13, 2012:
Designed by Dr. Ferdinand Porsche, the Auto Union Grand Prix cars were the first mid-engined open-wheel race cars.
January 6, 2012:
Although GM dominated North American car sales since 1931, it reached full flower in the mid-twentieth century, says Bill Vance.
December 23, 2011:
With a performance V6 built by Yamaha, the Taurus SHO (Super High Output) was quicker than many German sedans.
December 16, 2011:
The first gas turbine-powered race car at the Indianapolis 500 in 1967 was clearly faster than every other car.
December 9, 2011:
Father of the modern minivan, the VW Type 2 Transporter offered “maximum carrying capacity in the most compact of dimensions.”
December 2, 2011:
Trying to outsize Cadillac, Lincoln produced an even bigger luxury sedan in 1958, but luxury buyers didn’t like it.
November 29, 2011:
Driving the Intermeccanica Speedster recalls a simpler era when sports cars were less complicated, says Russell Purcell.
November 25, 2011:
The Jeep FC was an innovative vehicle that led the North American industry in cab-over-engine pickups.
British firm to focus on F-Type, new XE sedan
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