Think fast: What’s the most common family car today? If you guessed some variety of domestic full-sized pickup or imported crossover, you’d be right. Among the more popular family cars these days are the Forester, Silverado, and Explorer. As it has for many years, the top dog,
sales-wise, is the Ford F-150. But once upon a time in the 1970s, the sales kings were large and domestic and very untrucklike. The personal luxury car was king, but there was still high interest in full- sized coupes, sedans, and station
wagons from the Low-Priced Three:
Ford, Plymouth, and Chevrolet. In the 1973 model year, Chevrolet
Motor Division sold 2.365.381 units. Of those myriad Vegas, Malibus, Novas, C10 pickups, and Corvettes,
941,104 were full-sized Chevrolets.
That’s a lot of land yachts.
BIG RIM SUPERBOWL The Big Rim Super Bowl features the
biggest and baddest Whips you can find. Thousands of people come every year to Orlando Speedway to show off their Rides and see what everyone else is working with. This year at the track we ran into YouTube personalities Corey & Carmen Pritchett who drove down from Texas with
his blacked out F250 and SRT Hellcat.
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