Der Auto Dom: Dan Neil On Germany's Shrines to Der Wagen

Our favorite Los Angeles-based auto writer trips across the pond and falls face first into a Hofbra haus fulla schnitzel. Or, more correctly, museums full of cars in the land that gave us the Karl Benz Motorwagen — a seminal invention that ultimately screwed the planet's pooch and/or freed us from our provincial moorings, liberating us to move about and kill each other with never-before precision. Which eventually led to the unfortunate never-before 1984 Chevy Corvette. Now go stop worrying and love the Neil. [Thanks to Doug for the tip.]

Temples of vroom [LA Times]

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