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Doomed: Cord 810/812 (1936-1937)

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The saying has it that there’s not much new under the sun. To which one might add: But a great deal has been forgotten. Front wheel drive isn’t new, for instance. Nor...

Heterogenous Cars

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As the dreary trend toward the Universal Transportation Appliance - the crossover SUV, soon to be rendered even more drearily homogenous via electrification - waxes, it might be worthwhile to look...

Reminiscing . . .

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You don't see a lot of things in new cars that were once common to almost all cars. It can be fun to remember - and if you don't, to hear...

Doomed: Lincoln Continental (2017-2020)

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The ‘80s rocker Eddie Money had a hit song titled I Wanna Go Back - which could serve as the funeral dirge for Lincoln’s unsuccessful attempt to bring back the Continental...

Doomed: Studebaker Avanti (1963-1964)

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If you’ve ever hunted deer, you know that a dead deer can run for a surprising distance before it realizes it’s dead. So it was with Studebaker, one of America’s most famous...

Doomed: Mitsubishi 3000 GT (1990-2000)

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Did you know the Japanese built a GTO? It wasn't in 1964 - and it didn't have had three deuces and a four-speed. Or a 389. Instead, it had state-of-art technology, including...

New Car Options That Aren’t – but Ought to Be!

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It's a shame the government - rather than the market - is the driving force behind what's standard in new cars. Imagine, given the technology available, what options might be on...

Doomed: Jaguar X-Type 2002-2011

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American car companies - GM and Ford especially - get heckled a lot and justly for repackaging their economy cars and trying to sell the lipstick-on-a-pig’d result as luxury cars. Examples...

Black Plastic

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I hate plastic engine covers, which cover practically all new car engines. They serve the purpose of making all engines look the same. Of covering up what’s under there. Which serves...

Doomed: VW Phaeton (2003-2006)

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If you could get a really good ribeye at McDonald’s, would you be willing to pay a Peter Luger steakhouse price for it? Probably not. Especially if you had to eat it at...
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