AMC by far was the most conservative American automaker back in the day. AMC found its niche offering reasonably priced reliable cars with no frills. And the formula seemed to work with sales being good for AMC for many years.
Back in 1970 things looked great. The muscle car craze, which the 1964 GTO started, was in full swing. For 1970 horsepower and displacement were up, and there was a muscle car to fit everyone’s taste from all the different
A little over four years ago GM factories stopped producing the last of over a hundred years of Oldsmobiles. Indeed 2004 was a sad year; it was the departure of what was once the golden division of General Motors. Though
Never let it be said that Jeep didn’t know and take care of its customer base. Ever since the end of World War II, Jeep has carved out a nice market niche offering reliable go anywhere 4×4 vehicles. Before the
Why is it that we love stories about the underdog beating all the odds and obtaining ultimate victory? Buick knew what it was like to beat all the odds and produce the fastest American muscle car for the 1987 model
There’s an old saying – “you have to start somewhere”, for the Corvette it started from very humble beginnings as Chevrolet’s answer to those little European two-seater sports cars that were popping up all over the US after WWII (World
The Challenger having been gone for three decades arrived on the scene last year in only one variety – the 2008 Dodge Challenger SRT8. Though a late model year offering every Challenger SRT8 was sold before the first one rolled off
Not surprisingly all the recent media attention given to the Mustang is focused on the Shelby GT500 and GT500KR. Both are ultra fast performance cars with 500 and 550 horsepower on tap respectively. Most performance-oriented buyers will never have