The old generation and the new generation of cars

The old generation and the new generation of cars
The old generation and the new generation of cars

I have written a handful of articles about cars. The ones about the old generation and the new generation are my most popular articles. I think it is because I like combinations of both. I was watching the Garrett Jackson classic car auction this winter, and there was a car I would love to have had. It was an old muscle car, a 1970 Cuda or Challenger, and it had a modern-day Dodge Viper power plant. There are advantages and disadvantages to both generations, at least. I love the styling of the older cars, without a doubt. I like the fact that older cars are bigger and more comfortable. Take a 1969 Chevy Camaro, for example. You compare it to a 2002 Camaro, and there is much more room in the 69 models. There is more room in the car, and there is a ton more room under the hood. Ever try working on one of those fourth-generation f-bodies? They are brutal. I like the quality, and the older GM’s are much higher quality. That is back when GM was at the top of its game, and they cared about making cars. Now GM’s most prominent business is their mortgage division, GMAC. One thing that has newer cars leading over older cars is handling and braking. I have driven my friend’s 67 Barracuda, his father’s 70 Roadrunner, 3 of my 87 turbo Buicks, my 95 Z28, and a 2004 Nissan 350Z. One thing is understandable. As time passed, the handling and braking got better. However, the turbo Buick’s handling and braking were not excellent at all. 

The 1970 Roadrunner had no power steering or power brakes, and it had a 383 for an engine. It had plenty of gets up and went, but I prayed it found its way to my destination because I was not confident I could navigate it. At the other end of the spectrum is the 350Z, I took one of those for a ride. It did not have that same throw you back in the seat of power and torque of the American cars, regardless of generation, but it handled like it was stuck to the road. I took a sharp turn by my house at 70 MPH, and it felt like I was doing 20 MPH. Distinct people like uncommon things and most of the older generation will favor the muscle cars of the 60's and 70's. I see many older guys driving the unfamiliar cars like a 350Z or Honda S2000, and I have heard about the Honda S2000 and how impressive it is, but I test drove one of those cars when I was looking to get rid. I was not impressed with the Honda at all, and I do not understand what all the hype is about that car. One thing that I will find captivating is the responses from Corvette owners. The Corvette has been around for decades and has seen many changes. Mostly I see a Corvette on the road. It is an older person driving it. I am curious what percentage prefers the 50's and 60's Vette's over the newer models of the last ten years. The new Corvette Z06 is supposed to be extremely impressed with stock horsepower being rated at 505 HP. I like the more modern Vette's styling, although I could see why the real enthusiasts might not give its European styling. One thing is clear, and there is a wide variety of factors that go into why someone prefers one car or one generation of cars over the next.

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The old generation and the new generation of cars
I have written a handful of articles about cars. The ones about the old generation and the new generation are my most popular articles. I think it is because I like combinations of both. I was watching the Garrett Jackson classic car auction this winter, and there was a car I would love to have had. It was an old muscle car, a 1970 Cuda or Challenger, and it had a modern-day Dodge Viper power plant. There are advantages and disadvantages to both generations, at least. I love the styling of the older cars, without a doubt. I like the fact that older cars are bigger and more comfortable. Take a 1969 Chevy Camaro, for example. You compare it to a 2002 Camaro, and there is much more room in the 69 models. There is more room in the car, and there is a ton more room under the hood. Ever try working on one of those fourth-generation f-bodies? They are brutal. I like the quality, and the older GM’s are much higher quality. That is back when GM was at the top of its game, and they cared about making cars. Now GM’s most prominent business is their mortgage division, GMAC. One thing that has newer cars leading over older cars is handling and braking. I have driven my friend’s 67 Barracuda, his father’s 70 Roadrunner, 3 of my 87 turbo Buicks, my 95 Z28, and a 2004 Nissan 350Z. One thing is understandable. As time passed, the handling and braking got better. However, the turbo Buick’s handling and braking were not excellent at all.
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