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Nobody asked me, but . . . The fact that Suzuki is hugely successful in every market around the world—except for this one—says much about the fickle nature of the American market and the need for mega dollars to cu...
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Nobody asked me,but . . . There are only two words that adequately describe the new 2005 Volvo V50: total transformation. It starts with a great new platform that provides Audi-like solidity and sportiness, continue...
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Nobody asked me, but . . . Mazda designers and engineers faced a serious dilemma as they gathered to create the next Mazda6. The current model didn’t have the broad appeal of its direct family sedan Asian competitor...
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Owned by Yarmouth Port's Bill Bergstrom, a man who knows the palette of official Buick colors like most people know their children, this mammoth 1941 'Woodie' dubbed the Estate Wagon by Buick wears its spiffy maroon fenders as if they were pants that had just been put on for the first time. Bill has meticulously restored the car to be as authentic as possible. That's no small task considering that once you get past the front fenders, the remaining three quarters of the body is made of wood.
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The series rules may exclude a "bi-coastal" desire to race in all scheduled inaugural Lotus Cup Series races in North America ... but this does present an interesting proposition for the first time Lotus Cup Race Series participant.
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Bytes & Bullets Summary The car for the person who wants a 370Z but needs a rear seat and a trunk It’s based on the Z platform, as is the G37 Coupe At a base of $34,250, it’s an affordable and roomy alternati...
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Nobody asked me, but . . . Take a practical and functional Nissan Sentra compact 4-door sedan and send it to a Jose Canseco athletic club for a 2-week “treatment” and what do you get? Give up?
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Autodromo has a collection of the coolest watches we've ever seen for the motoring enthusiast. These watches capture the essence of Italian cars and truly are "instruments for motoring". Check out the collection on th...
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While GM is busy playing games with Washington politicians and the UAW, Chevrolet is attempting to get back into the product game with a new compact Equinox crossover. According to Chevy, 10 percent of the industry is the compact crossover segment. And what’s not to like? These vehicles offer the economy . . .
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My time spent at the Larz Anderson Museum has been quite fruitful so far this Summer. First, with the classic delights of British Car Day, and then with the thoroughly modern experience of getting behind the wheel o...