Although the new Spirit was already out-dated at the time of its debut and was not competitive against the most modern competition, it was at least bigger and more spacious at a competitive price, without lowering the comfort and having some finishes and accessories in common with upper segment models. Surviving alone is always difficult … More Let the Spirit move you!
On the continent of the Stars and Stripes the Horizon was profoundly changed by the engineers, however, to make it more suitable for the market it was to be imposed on and, also for this reason, it contained few elements in common with the European model. In the previous article we talked about Chrysler’s C2 … More The car for two worlds – Part 2
The car was compact: in fact it was just 3.79 metres long, completely out of sync with the whole American automotive landscape, where in the early 1950s cars were getting progressively bigger and more powerful. Nash was an automobile manufacturer active from 1916 to 1954, the year in which it merged with Hudson to form … More Little America
The definitive model was boldly named Gremlin, a word used by second world war pilots to describe the mythical little monsters who sabotaged their planes resulting in so many failures of their aircraft. Originality and ground-breaking design were the cornerstones of the production of the AMC brand, American Motors Corporation, which emerged in 1954 after … More Ugly and Lucky