A Gearhead Boomer's Auto Biography and Lamentations on General MotorsIt had an overhead valve straight six cylinder engine and a manual transmission with the shift selector stick on the right side of the steering column (also known as athree on the treea). I remember ... Chrysler was the first to use high-nickel stainless steel on their building in New York City. ... It got terrible gas mileage, about half that of the 318 cubic inch V8, and hardly had enough power to drive downhill.
|Title||:||Decline and Fall of the Auto Man Empire|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2009-12|