The de Tomaso Pantera. Around $10,000.* In Italy, men build cars with passion. One of them is Alejandro de Tomaso. And this is his car.
Auto Trip Tips with the tape in the green plaid dispenser When you’ve got a lot to do, “Scotch” Magic Transparent Tape can do a lot
Moving on a fast track into 1977 The are accorded no separate listing on any of the official indexes of the nation’s economic health. Yet
The most popular Buick on the American road The 1988 Buick Century is equally at home on fine city streets or on sweeping stretches like
You’ve never seen anything like it! Touch a button — it’s a super-safe open car. Push a button — there’s the comfort of a family sedan!
New Plymouth Arrow has some important points every economy car could learn from.
Introduced in 1982, the Dodge Rampage (and its re-badged brother, the Plymouth Scamp) was a small, unibody pickup similar to the Subaru BRAT.
The Collector’s Series – Lincoln Continental and Mark V For 1979, a special luxury edition of the Continentals, standards by which luxury cars are judged.
The 1976 Ford Elite … the stylishly different alternative to Monte Carlo and Cordoba. Ford believes Elite’s styling to be a cut above any other
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