You Need An Autogyro To Get Spy Shots Of The Fuego GTX!

While we'd prefer to get into the Turbo Zone with a Fuego, the naturally-aspirated GTX was obviously quite the mysterious machine. Look how angry it gets when gyrocopter-equipped spy photographers attempt to capture it on film in its desert habitat (where, apparently, it emerges from its underground bunker only to… » 3/13/08 2:00pm 3/13/08 2:00pm

PCH, Subcompact Turbo Hoonage Edition: Mazda GTX or Turbo Geo Metro?

Not very surprisingly, the '63 Jaguar XK-E emerged victorious from Dead Man's Curve in yesterday's Jan & Dean-themed Choose Your Eternity poll. If it hadn't been for the unifying theme, I'd never have set a Chevy up against a car whose soul is possessed by the Prince of Darkness. But no matter- today we're going to… » 1/23/08 5:00pm 1/23/08 5:00pm

Before Operation Condor: The Dodge GTX in Argentina

During the early 1970s in Argentina, before a Per n returned to the president's chair, before that Per n was succeeded by his popular but weak-willed wife, and before that wife was thrown from office by a military junta that would regularly use "disappear" as a transitive verb, a "Dodge GTX" could be had. It was so… » 1/22/07 7:50am 1/22/07 7:50am