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by | Nov 30, 2021

We have gas stations now. We used to have service stations. These were places where you could buy gas and repairs. They had bays and racks and mechanics on hand to fix whatever was wrong with your car. Today, they…

by | Sep 5, 2019

In his book The Art of the Deal, President Donald Trump described his communication style as “truthful hyperbole.” Hyperbole, sure. Truthful, questionable. Take Trump’s recent speech in Pennsylvania, where he declared that his tariffs had turned things around for the…

by | Jul 17, 2019

Donald Trump isn’t a libertarian, but he is the guy who just rescinded the fatwa imposed by his extremely un-libertarian predecessor that would have almost tripled the fines imposed on car companies that didn’t “achieve compliance” with federal fuel economy…

by | Sep 6, 2017

GM’s Buick division is doing extremely well… in China. The Chinese own Volvo. And may soon own Jeep — one of the few still-viable pieces of what used to be Chrysler. For now, it’s FiatChrysler. Emphasis on for now. Fiat…

by | Jul 20, 2017

One reads that the latest Corvette is the best Corvette ever, but is it? It is certainly the best-performing Corvette ever. That can’t be debated. The numbers tell the tale. It accelerates more quickly, has the highest top speed, and…

by | Mar 17, 2017

In some ways, the Chevy Chevette had a lot in common with a new Mercedes — or similar high-end luxury car. It wasn’t, for openers, front-wheel-drive. Like the Benz, the ’Vette was rear-wheel-drive. Theoretically, it could do a burnout. And…

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