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The Compliance Song . . .

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Volare! Back in ’76, it wasn’t just a cruise ship lounge song. It was Plymouth’s new “compact” car - which by today’s standards would have been considered a very large car, as...

The Off-Grid Car

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The interest in tiny homes - and off-grid living - reflects a growing weariness with being carried along, unwillingly, by the rip-tide of "technology" as it makes life superficially easier but...

A Case of the Heavies

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This is a tale of two trucks, kinda-sorta. Both not really being trucks in that while they have beds, like trucks do, neither were built on truck-type (rear-drive) layouts or have...

Sleeping Bag . . .

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It may not be feasible, soon, to drive my old muscle car - the Great Pumpkin, also known as the Orange Barchetta - courtesy of the maniacs pushing the price of...

How it Survived

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As people who know me already know, I own a bright orange - technically, Carousel Red - 1976 Trans-Am. I have owned it for a long time - some 30 years....

The Last Camaro . . . Again? 

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It looks like the Camaro is about to get retired - again. This time may be the last time, though. And it’s different this time, because Camaro isn’t selling poorly, which was...

Mechanical vs. Electronic Fuel Delivery

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When I point out the various downsides of electric cars I am often accused of “hating” electric cars. Which I do - but that is beside the point. I freely admit...

The First is Last . . . Again

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In about two years from now, the Ford Mustang will be the last new car of its type still on the market - a fitting thing, given it was the first...

Premature vs. “Planned” Obsolescence

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You may have heard the term, planned obsolescence. It refers to the policy of General Motors (and others) back in the '50s and '60s to egg-on the purchase of new cars...

Remember the Service Station?

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We have gas stations now. We used to have service stations. These were places were you could buy gas and repairs. They had bays and racks and mechanics on hand to fix whatever...
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