Far better braking and suspension all around, better handling on the
vast majority, and MUCH better reliability. Fuel mileage is about the
same, but they run cleaner.
Higher specific output, and more use of pressurized induction and fuel
injection is just the star of the changes that allow the last two to
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This is still remarkable in it's own right.... This is an article about a
little piece of automotive history... long before we started seeing cars
that look like a half used bar of soap.
Aside from the cross posting, I'm all for little notes like this...
I'm sure he will appreciate you straightening him out.
Maybe he thought that car buffs wouldn't care that
it isn't a brand covered by the newsgroup?
Good thing you caught it.
Now you can go back to work selling Toyotas.
More than your useless cross post. Most of us have owned autos from many of
the manufacturers and are car buffs that enjoy the older models. It was of
interest to many given the number of positive replies.
The cross posting is unfortunate, but I, for one, enjoy this sort of
information, no matter
what the name of the newsgroup
As previously mentioned, most of us are car buffs, not just Ford, or GM, or
I bet they weren't wrapped in that foam stuff I saw around the car.
I'm sure the vehicle won't be drivable or even startable without /
major/ restoration work, but I'd say it's at least a 50/50 chance the
body is in good to great shape.
The real question is, why did they put a case of beer in the trunk?
That's going to be undrinkable now.
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