A look at collectible cars discusses what makes a classic American car, why some cars are in demand, and which cars are smart investments, and profiles over one hundred fifty models favored by collectorsCurb weight slimmed too, thanks to a new ladder-type frame (replacing the heavy old X- member affair), this despite a new steel- ... The big news was independent rear suspension, a first in a modern U.S. production car. ... creature comforts than ever: leather upholstery, power steering, power brakes (at last), AM/FM radio, even air conditioning. ... (Owner: David Anderson) Corvair Corsa 1965-66. 74anbsp;...
|Author||:||Poole, Consumer Guide, Richard M. Langworth|
|Publisher||:||Crescent - 1991-08-18|