I love cars maybe because I grew up in the biz. One grandfather owned a Chevy dealer, the other a Pontiac dealer and my dad worked for American Motors
McLaren P1 at Chicago Auto Show. $125K. Oh look, that's me in there:) I wish:)
Banner showing the history of the Chicago Auto Show in the 70's. The images of the American Motors area is from 1975. I know because I was there and had a 75 Pacer:)
Muscle is one thing. Looks are another. But review Mark Savage still expect a boatload of amenities at $41 grand. This is the RT version and the SRT8 just takes it to a whole new level ... yes, it has a HEMI. The “TorRed” Dodge Challenger SRT8 Core that he blasted around town in last week targets the fanatical muscle car lover. It packs a 6.4-liter V8 SRT HEMI that punches out a nasty 470 horses. Read the review on SavageOnWheels.com.
In the mid-fifties there was a rush to produce a roadster in America that would rival the British imports. Ford was working on the Thunderbird, GM had their Corvette but a little-known Kaiser beat them to the chase. Built one year in 1954 by Kaiser. Features cool sliding doors. Featured a fiberglass body and Willys In-Line 6.