Vellum Venom Vignette: Innovation, Planned Obsolescence and Fisher Body

TTAC commentator Arthur Dailey writes: We all understand that developing a new vehicle requires hundreds of millions of dollars and a number of years. However between the early ’50s and late ’70s, the Detroit Three unveiled multiple “new” vehicles on an annual basis. I remember eagerly watching the first episode of Bonanza, each September through most […]

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