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THE CAR AND ITS OWNER 1940 LaSalle Series 52 sedan owned by Andrew Zizolfo
WHAT MAKES IT INTERESTING While 1940 was the LaSalle’s final year, it did not go out with a whimper. Built since 1927 as a “junior Cadillac,” these cars held their own in the luxury field, with advanced engineering, solid build quality and an emphasis on selling style along with substance. “Back in the late 1920s and...Read more »
THE CAR AND ITS OWNER
1927 LaSalle Model 1168 phaeton owned by Bill Aprile
WHAT MAKES IT INTERESTING
Edith and Archie Bunker weren’t kidding when they sang “Gee, our old LaSalle ran great” to open the “All in the Family” TV sitcom of the 1970s. The LaSalle, built from 1927 to 1940, was a premium car designed to slot between luxury brand Cadillac and the big Buicks of the day. During...Read more »
In case anyone on the island has forgotten what it's like, the chief instructor of the Nürbürgring Driving Academy shows us how to drive in slippery conditions.
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Driver Ken Gushi had a close call with a mammal while working on the first commercial for the Scion FR-S. If you don't know by now, the FR-S is a rear-wheel-drive sports car with a 200-hp Subaru boxer engine. They'll be available in showrooms in the spring. Deer are available on highways right now.
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