Posted on 24. Feb, 2013 by BajaBusta.
Chrysler had emerged from bankruptcy in the 1980s and under Lee Iacacco had proven adept at staying fresh. Iacocca stepped down as CEO and Chairman of Chrysler at the end of 1992, being succeeded in these posts by Robert Eaton. Although Robert Lutz, currently the President of Chrysler, was the second-ranking executive in the company, [...]
Posted on 16. Dec, 2012 by BajaBusta.
As a former Saturn car owner, three cars to be exact, it’s hard to describe the connection between the retailer, the manufacturer, the buying experience, and the cars themselves. Despite the initial cars being adequate at best, the comradery between any individual, be them an owner, the friendly polo and khaki [...]
Posted on 21. Nov, 2012 by BajaBusta.
If it aint broke, don’t fix it. GM’s first minivans, the Chevrolet Astro and GMC Safari, were some of the longest lived single generation vehicles in the auto industry. With its boxy, designed on a truck platform, the term ‘mini’-van was truly relative to its initial debut in 1984 for the 85′ [...]
Posted on 28. Oct, 2012 by BajaBusta.
Chevy hoped to stem a rising new tide of import-sales with the innovative 1971 Vega 2300. this $2196 hatchback coupe was one of three models (wagon: $2328). total sales were good: 269,905. At $2090, the two door notchback was the most affordable 1971 Chevy Vega, but didn’t come with many frills. All Vegas carried a [...]