Today's lesson in morality and capitalism begins with a single question: Should you try to profit off the death of John F. Kennedy Jr. by selling his used Saab 900 for $100,000? One New Jersey dealer says why not?
This week we told you the 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Ambulance being sold at Barrett-Jackson today is a fake. If you desire a piece of real documented JFK automotive history, then here's a 1964 Cadillac Hearse on Ebay that's actually real.
Senator Edward "Teddy" Kennedy (D-MA), the "Lion Of The Senate" and the only man to lose the Presidency because of an auto accident, passed away Tuesday night at his Massachusetts home. Jalopnik remembers the man and his legend below.
Our good buddy Kennedy (see here) just signed a mega-bucks deal with Warner Brothers and took off to England in search of fame, fortune and what have you. Is he buying hot cars with his millions? Probably not, as the American dollar is worth like half a farthing these days. Regardless, if you're going to front as a…