Horatio Alger wrote rags to riches stories for the working class. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Sunbeam is also an ‘Alger,' and its horsepower is a puny to ponies story, but is its price fit for the proletariat?
Porsche for the track? Yes, please. At least that's what 85% of you said yesterday for a 1987 944S that had delusions of grand-am. The 944 represented a paradigm shift for Porsche, who prior to its debut (development on the 928 began earlier, but it was introduced after) had toyed with nothing front engined, nor water cooled. The Rootes Group was another company that had dalliances with engines both front and rear, and while a Hillman Imp would be the cat's meow, today's '64 Sunbeam Tiger is more the lion's roar.