The General got his money’s worth out of the J Platform, which began with the 1982 Chevrolet Cavalier and ended 23 years later with the
Filed under: Etc.,Mercedes-Benz,Automotive History Mercedes-Benz produced the iconic R107 SL-class for nearly 20 years, and so expectations were high for its successor, the R129. Debuting
Filed under: Etc.,Automotive History,Sedan Serious South Korean luxury in a Denver-area self-service wrecking yard, this 2004 Hyundai XG350 has reached the end of its career.
Filed under: Etc.,Porsche,Automotive History,Coupe,Performance The Porsche 944 was too stiff and cramped to be a sensible commuter car, so why would anyone have thought to
In all of my 35 years of exploring junkyards in the western United States, I had never found a Mexican-built, Mexican-market car until a few
Filed under: Etc.,Ownership,Automotive History Dearborn’s answer to the European hot-hatch craze of the 1980s, the 1987 Escort GT was a lot of fun for the
Recorded under: Etc.,Pontiac,Automotive Record GM introduced the N-Body compact platform because of the Oldsmobile Calais and Pontiac Grand Am for the 1985 model 12 months
Filed under: Etc.,Chrysler,Automotive History,Coupe This worn-out hotrod 1950 Chrysler Windsor coupe had good 68-year run, but now it finishes its days in a Chicago-area self-service
From 1938 through 2003, Volkswagen Type 1s rolled off construction outlines on five continents, plus they marketed well in the us really into the 1970s.
Filed under: Etc.,Automotive History,Sedan One of several forgotten automobiles of the early twentieth century, this optioned-up 2001 Daewoo Nubira sedan showed up in a Colorado