Denny Duvall continues his vintage car look back with Henry's second car, the Model A. Facing increasing competition this car was more advanced and even available in multiple colors! http://ow.ly/LLutv
Denny Duvall continues his vintage car series with a story about the Ford
Model A, Henry's second-generation car which was more sophisticated in
every way than the Model T it replaced. Heck, you could even buy it in four
Studies show that consumers are dissatisfied with in-vehicle electronics. I think it's because it's not being done correctly - carmakers are generally years behind the curve with electronics. What do you think? Do you have a newer vehicle with in-vehicle electronics? http://ow.ly/NWxw9
A recent Nielsen-SBD survey of some 14,000 automobile owners found that manufactures generally are jamming features into cars that most owners don't use and often are not even aware of. “It's sort of an arms race -- who can have the most technology in the vehicle -- and consumers are confused,” said Nielsen Vice President Mike Chadsey.
The 1965 Rambler Marlin came out to go head-to-head with the Mustang and
Barracuda, but meddling by inept corporate management doomed the car.
Still, today it's a unique machine that keeps people guessing at car shows
and we've got a beautiful example on the Curbside.