AAH #300 – 6 Years, 300 Shows & 1 of the Most Beautiful Cars in History

August 28th, 2015 at 2:48pm

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- Dodge Barracuda and Ford Bronco coming back.
- Is it time for closed cockpits in racing?
- Chaos in the Market: What it means for August sales.

All that and much more with John McElroy, Autoline.tv; Gary Vasilash, Automotive Design & Production; Karl Brauer, Kelly Blue Book; Michelle Krebs, AutoTrader

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3 Comments to “AAH #300 – 6 Years, 300 Shows & 1 of the Most Beautiful Cars in History”

  1. Pdiddy Says:

    Just to clarify on the Ford Plants. There was Wayne Assembly plant that made the old generation Focus. Michigan Assembly Plant is next door. MAP is where the current Focus/C-Max are made right now. MAP used to be Michigan Truck Plant and is where the Expedition/Navigator were assembled before moving to Kentucky Truck Plant. So if they put the Ranger/Bronco into MAP they will have to convert it back for body on frame assembly.

  2. Pdiddy Says:

    I agree the 2005 GT is one of the most beautiful cars of all time.

    Regarding the open cockpit design, what about taking a look at Top Fuel Dragsters? Those are open air cockpits, but have the windshield coming up higher as a roll cage. Those things run 300+ MPH.

  3. Dave Head Says:

    Congrats on 300! I rewatched some of the older episodes, including the one about Tesla and CARB scamming with 10-minute battery replacements. It turns-out hydrogen cars are also a scam, because I’m leasing one and it takes almost 20 minutes to refuel! (It’s supposed to be <15 by California requirements.)

    So in other words Mercedes, Honda, and Toyota are collecting ZEV "fast fueling" credits they shouldn't have. It's ALL a scam! ;-) :-D