I like them, they're an efficient, practical solution to a specific regulatory challenge, and even if the regulations didn't exist, they would still be ideally suited to congested cities and high fuel prices. » 10/24/14 6:28pm Today 6:28pm

I still don't get where the Wrangler would be built, if not Toledo. Fiat Chrysler literally doesn't have any spare capacity at any other North American plant, and switching the Wrangler with a product line at another plant would just interrupt production of two products. » 10/24/14 6:13pm Today 6:13pm

1st) Old news, sort of. Bugging was well known to occur at Ford headquarters back in Henry Ford II's time, Lee Iaccoca's office specifically had listening devices installed. Ford has always been known as the toughest of the Big Three for executives when it comes to job security, lots of in-fighting and only the… » 10/24/14 6:09pm Today 6:09pm

Their reaction to the Magnum suggestion is more confirmation of what's always been suspected - Chrysler's product people always liked the wagon,and were basically building the car they wanted rather than the car the market told them to build. If the Challenger wasn't doing so well, they might have kept it around a… » 10/24/14 6:04pm Today 6:04pm

Probably just the ones that are likely to bring big $$$ at auction, I doubt the C3s and C4s will be touched, other than maybe being dusted off. Some of the older ones may not need much work either, so they can just focus on the basket cases. » 10/24/14 6:00pm Today 6:00pm

I had one of these. It looked exactly like the Seville an old guy at our church drove, and I kind of liked the fact that Hot Wheels made such a "normal" car like a bustle back. You know no other toy line bothered with this one. Its probably still in my parents house right now. » 10/23/14 9:58pm Yesterday 9:58pm