Look who's talking. Mike is an idiot, but I still rate him a tad higher
then you. Yourself and Canuck have proven yourselves to be total losers.
Anyone can look at your posts, and see that you have absolutely no "real"
life, and likely no "love" life either. I mean, seriously, you two are
posting all day and night. Go out and get laid, please. I realize you will
have to pay for it, but it may make you feel better.
Having done quite a bit of time reading up on the EV-1 program, -all-
of the documentaries I've found that featured former EV-1 owners show
the exact opposite of what you are stating above. Wonder why?
Did you personally own/drive/repair an EV-1?
apparently they lobbied washington hard to overrule californias epa
standards that forced to introduction of the electric car. if they had
lobbied to extend the lowering of federal safety standards or whatever
it was that allowed the ev1 to go on the road in the first place it is
reasonable to assume they would have got it. it seems gm just wanted
to kill the electric car any way it could
Try some research on the Corvair, a well designed car indeed. Corporations
don't try to kill you, but they won't spend a lot of money to keep you alive
either. The design was not very forgiving if you got the tire pressure
wrong. Policy among all car makers still is, never admit a mistake just
call it an improvment.
Of all the cars I've owned, the '62 Corvair Monza was my favorite. Handled
very well, comfortable on long tips. Only thing lacking today would be AC.
If they started making them again, I'd be in line to get one.
Motorsforum.com is a website by car enthusiasts for car enthusiasts. It is not affiliated with any of the car or spare part manufacturers or car dealers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.