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I do own two American cars which I use regularly, both are Packards from the 1920's which I use regularly. It is a pity that quality no longer seems to be what it was in the early part of the 20th Century.
This seems a bizarre look through rose-tinted spectacles! Modern cars are FAR higher in quality and reliabilty than cars even 20 years ago, never mind 100 years. Cars today need just 2 oil changes in 20000 miles. Cars from the 20's/30's/40's were lucky to get to 20000 miles without a full engine rebuild (or at least a complete valve job).
Originally Posted by expostdelirium
The USA will never be what it once was: it has never been what it was
Yeah, exactly like the quality of older cars
Owner of "Campbelle", a Brazen 2008 GXP ... with mods piling up...