All things considered, Chrysler was probably the worst choice of the entire midsize car field for the past couple of years. Thanks to a multitude of bad qualities, such as frumpy styling, a rental-spec interior, and cringeworthy driving dynamics, the Sebring, and its Dodge Avenger brother, was one of the most hated cars in the segment. Jeremy Clarkson, for example, doesn’t usually hold back when he finds things wrong with a car, but when he ranked the Sebring Convertible as his least favorite of 2008, clearly, something was wrong. So, Chrysler went back to the drawing board with a dull pencil and not a lot of outright cash, and the result is the red sedan you see above. Read the rest of this entry »
While washing my car at a local gas station yesterday, afternoon, a local showed up in this beauty. It’s one of only 15 ever made in 1933, and one of only two left remaining. The owner lives locally and is an influential developer in Randolph. He also owns a few other cars, includuding a late Fifties Corvette, a Camaro, and possibly others. More pictures after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »
This past week, Ralph Gilles, the head designer for the Dodge division, announced that the Magnum could be making a comeback. This news makes me very, very happy.
Spotted on my way up to Boston, MA for the 4th of July weekend with my brother, with my parents. Looks stunning in red. This car certainly perked up my ride from NJ to Boston last weekend for the Fourth of July. More photos after the jump.
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