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They just dont make cars like they used to, with real style! When you drove one of those older cars its was a different experience than todays vehicles, you were driving a piece of art almost. Not like the cookie cutter crap they make today. And it felt like you had a machine under you, a real horse. Not a tin can or a sewing machine.
No way ill ever buy a new car. I would rather take a bus. And I do.
I enjoyed the cars in the article, I've even seen a bit of the show, until I expelled the grossly overpriced Comcast cable from my life.
I could do without the snarky, anti-American remarks from the little twit who wrote the article. Being over 55, I enjoyed driving many cars both identical and similar to the ones in the article. I have little use for the foreign brands he was pushing, nor the ugly things their money does to corrupt Southern Republicans into destroying the very factories that helped save our freedom in the 1940's. Hitler and Tojo couldn't be happier in their graves seeing the human pain and suffering this axis of economic evil thrust at the heroes of Detroit. Thank a vet who had Detroit Iron in their hands.
What, no mention of the black Lincoln Continental Betty inherits from her dad? It was one of the best looking cars of the 1960s.
Where does this article go wrong, let me count the ways.........1) Buick and Chrysler never had retractable hardtops. 2) The 1934 Ford pictured is actually a 1936. 3) Ford TT truck produced from 1817-1927 ??? 4) What is a Ford LaSalle transmission and a Buick Banjo rear ???
I don't try to write about economics because I don't know about economics. Don't write about autos if YOU don't know what you're talking about.