The Bailout Blunder

First off:  my apologies if you’re an American politician from the deep south.

No, wait, I take that back.  If you’re an American politican from the deep south, Fuck You.

This was supposed to be an article on the history of the Hemi engine.  But to be honest, I will have the attention of at least 700 people this week.  It’s only fair to the corporations who made our hobby possible that I give my resources over to their survival.

Unfortunately, this means the article will have to wait until tomorrow.  Until then, check out these photos of some of the great vehicles that GM, Ford and Chrysler-the three companies who need our help-have produced.  Maybe it will remind us of what we stand to lose should the government turn their backs on the millions of workers who stand to lose everything.

1931 Chevy Business Coupe

Flamed White Lead Sled

Plymouth Road Runner

Olds 442 Convertible

Dodge Challenger

Come back tomorrow for more dirt on the union leaders, the managers, and the politicians behind the bailout.

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