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How Ford Won the Middle Class, and why Volkswagen Didn’t

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In 1908, if the automobile were a citizen it would have been old enough to vote, but almost no workingman in America or anywhere in the world owned such a contraption. Trolley cars and buggies carried most people to the more well-paying jobs in the cities, while people in places like Chicago’s Packingtown or Pittsburgh’s Homestead led short, brutish lives struggling against the elements on foot. If you were a typical workingman, you made approximately 400 dollars a year, which is only $8,000-$10,000 in today’s dollars, a condition of extreme poverty. Read more

Which Is the Better Deal: Used Car or Salvage Car?

Before making a purchase decision to buy a vehicle, weighing your available options is important. The bottom line is that everyone has different needs & that every vehicle available for sale should be evaluated on a case by case basis. That being said, there are some criteria to consider when trying to choose between searching for a used vehicle or one from a salvage auction. Read more

A First Look at the Tesla Model 3

On July 8, 2017, Elon Musk, the co-founder of Tesla Motors Inc., tweeted the first photos of the Tesla Model 3. This will be Tesla’s first mass-produced car. The company is famous for their fast, sleek automobiles that made electric cars cool. Read more

Chevrolet Camaro (Chevy) Review

The all new 2017 Chevy Camaro offers across the board improvements in both design and performance when compared to its 2016 predecessor. Taking cues from the five generations before it, this sixth generation Camaro features the classic styling you’d expect from the franchise in a tighter, slimmer package. The 2016 Camaro is two inches shorter than its forerunner but is still pure muscle! Read more