Just after the 1973 oil crisis, and in the midst of the ‘73-’74 stock market crash, car buyers were looking for smaller, less expensive cars. Chrysler, however, targeted buyers who were shopping for a car the size of a small house, and who also wanted a couch. The rest of the decade was not good for the company.
Matt Brown is an automotive engineer, writer, and builder of unconventional things. Mostly vehicles.