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1983–1988 Hurst Olds/442

Oldsmobile had a long and distinguished history - and suffered a slow, painful death. The process of mortification began in the early 1980s, when General Motors gutted the formerly independent engineering departments...

Tire Tyranny

If you've gone to get new tires recently, you may have already dealt with the latest outcropping of technocratic busybodyism: The scanning of your car's electronic ear tag, its Vehicle Identification...

It Did What it Was Written to Do

A great many people - especially conservatives - reverence the Constitution, consider that it has been abused and that if only the doctrines expressed within were revived and respected, all would...

Now Nothing Is Off The Table

Tomorrow - the Fourth of July - should be considered a national day of mourning. Having affirmed the constitutionality of Obamacare - that is, of the federal government's asserted authority not...

The Most Expensive Traffic Ticket Ever?

Imagine a ticket for “failure to display a front license plate” - not even a moving violation - costing you almost six figures. Nathan Cox of Mechanicsville, VA doesn’t have to,...

The Used Car Sweet Spot

Buying a new car is always a bad decision - financially. It doesn't matter which brand or make or model. You will always lose money. It's just a question of how much. All...

Fixing Their Wagon

People are frustrated - and want to know what they can do. It gets old merely talking. They - our oppressors - don't care how much we talk. Perhaps then it is...

Retro Review: Ford Maverick Grabber,1970-’75

There is an interesting species of near muscle car that came into being and briefly existed for a handful of years, beginning in the early 1970s  - just as the high...

Pop Goes The Car Bubble . . . And It May Not Be a...

Almost every negative thing happening in the car business - in particular, ludicrous technical complexity for the sake of electronic gimmickry and also to cope with diminishing returns federal “safety” and...

Why They Will Lose This Time

A reader - several readers - express their sense of hopelessness. That 1930s Germany is replaying itself out right before our eyes - and that most Americans either don't see it...
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