LA CAR

LA CAR

Car Culture Ground Zero

Author: Len Frank

A Car for American Sports: 1954 Buick Skylark

Buicks have this…Reputation. You know how it goes: chrome, stodgy, dumb, portholes, marshmallow ride, no brakes, no handling, eternally slipping automatic transmissions.

Buicks have this…Reputation. You know how it goes: chrome, stodgy, dumb, portholes, marshmallow ride, no brakes, no handling, eternally slipping automatic transmissions.

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A Visit to Monza

There is an irresistible pull to the name—the idea—of Monza. It pulls back memory…to a time before cable sports networks and the overexposure to the politics and business of racing…

There is an irresistible pull to the name—the idea—of Monza. It pulls back memory…to a time before cable sports networks and the overexposure to the politics and business of racing today.
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Chrysler’s TC by Maserati: Lee and Al, Together at Last

“There ought to be a great story here somewhere, but I’m damned if I can find it. Let me start at the beginning and you look for it,” wrote Len…

“There ought to be a great story here somewhere, but I’m damned if I can find it. Let me start at the beginning and you look for it,” wrote Len Frank back in 1988.

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