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Buick Invicta, 1959–1963

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One of Buick's greatest early Dreadnoughts was the short-lived but extremely memorable Invicta series, which made its debut in 1959 as the replacement for the Century. The unusual name derives from the...

I Guess The Terrorists Like Us Now…

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I guess the terrorists like us now. I mean, we were told after 9/11 that they attacked because they "hate us for our freedoms."  Remember that? Well, since we're not very free these days,...

2011 Ford Explorer

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The circle is now complete. The very first "SUV" - the vehicle that almost singlehandedly turned the market for passenger cars into a market for trucks  - and truck-based vehicles called...

Packing Heat in Your Car?

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A few years ago I decided to get a concealed-carry permit so that (among other things) I can keep a loaded handgun with me in my car. Part of the application process...

Before There Was a TSA There Was MADD

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A hallmark of a totalitarian (or at least, authoritarian) country is the legal impossibility of anonymous, unhassled travel. "Your papers, please" was synonymous - once upon a time - with countries like...

Chevy Monte Carlo, 1970-1988

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There is a species of American land shark that once prowled the highways and byways of the United States in great fleets, but which have become as extinct as Megaladon -...

2011 Chevy Camaro

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Everyone knows Camaro. This iconic muscle car has roots that go back more than 40 years, to 1967, when the first one appeared as GM's answer to the Ford Mustang. Like Mustang,...

Get Rid of Mandatory Car Insurance?

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A reader wrote in response to an article I did recently on the tyranny of mandatory insurance laws. He had been hit while on his motorcycle - and crippled for life...

1981–1989 Dodge Aries/Plymouth Reliant K-Cars

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Lee Iaccoca gets blame (or credit) for the Dodge Aires and Plymouth Reliant K-cars, but unlike the minivan, this one’s really not his fault. He simply took the ball and ran...

Too Many Cars . . . Not Enough Market?

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As we watch the slow-motion train wreck that is the dying U.S. automotive industry, it's easy to blame the economic situation for the debacle. And it's certainly a contributing factor. Or...
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