The gang at AutoWeek talked Dodge into letting them video a tour of the Detroit-area warehouse where Dodge keeps the family jewels, from Le Mans-winning Vipers to Power Wagons and even the original Neon concept. But why is the big-wheel Hemi there?
The Vinsetta Garage, the historic neon landmark of Detroit's Woodward Avenue cruising scene and the oldest garage east of the Mississippi, has closed after 91 years in business, a victim of the tough choices facing its owner.
Other than the Saturn S Series, the Neon has been the most reliable Detroit-built LeMons car. The Neon is fast, handles well, and has excellent parts availability. Why don't more Civic LeMons racers switch to the more reliable (on the race track) Neon? Yeah, why is that?
Yesterday, GM announced a return to basics. That's good because sometimes, mobility alone is all we can afford. Few bare-bones cars had something making them more than basic transportation. Some, starting with the Model T, did. Here's our favorites.
Wack-job messages like this are usually set aside for windowless cargo vans, but this über-creepy Dodge Neon driver has taken it upon himself to prove that hand-painted molestation messages know no bounds.