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STREETSIDE: 1966 Chevy Corvair Monza 140 Convertible – On The Decline

07.31.2015

The saddest part of the Corvair story is that it was getting good just as its negative reputation began to cement, which is illustrated by this nice Monza 140.

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Auto News for Friday, July 31

07.31.2015

Subaru suppliers rely on gray market labor. Labor violations: It's what makes a Subaru a Subaru.

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NHTSA Safety Recall Update – July 26, 2015

07.30.2015

This week only two models met the criteria of over 100,000-units included in a single National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recall. Sure, there are some other recalls for the week but none even came close to the minimum figure required to make this blue collar blog.

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JUNKYARD THERAPY: 1985 Chevrolet Sprint – The First Chevy With Three

07.30.2015

As American car buyers in the 1980s bought more Japanese cars, Chevrolet turned to Suzuki to market a three-cylinder car that directly appealed to them.

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