Vincent DiBisceglie
8/1/2017 · 3 min read · ~100
Cars Are Getting Very Big

Cars Are Getting Very Big

Let's take a look back into the 1970's. Cars were machines of elegance. I could even vouch that trucks back then looked good as well. However, when the automotive industry crashed in the latter parts of the decade, thanks to the OPEC oil crisis and...

Brian McKenzie

Brian McKenzie

I believe it is invariably tied to the expanding waist-lines and ever growing obesity in the US that is driving the Supersize auto trend. You can't even buy a 'mini-truck' in America any more. In 1964, the Mustang had the foot print of a Falcon and was $2,000 - a dollar a pound. It will never see that size nor price again.

9/1/2017

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