the golden age of American automobiles, 1946-1965 Jerry Flint ... When the sporty-car boom began with the Corvair Monza and then Mustang, Detroit discovered it could get more money through the ... The small imports handle best with four-speed manual shifters because they would lose some of their not-too- plentiful power with an automatic, ... The early automatics had their problems: they were balky, plagued with service problems, ate up gasoline and crippled performance.
|Title||:||The dream machine|
|Publisher||:||Crown - 1976|