From “The More Things Change Department”…
Both have their roots in the ’60s models that made them so popular, which is understandable. Both are 2010 models, which I don’t understand, since it’s only April, 2009. I know Detroit would love to have 2009 over, but geez…what’s the rush?
Last year, Dodge resurrected the Challenger, and Plymouth would bring back the Barracuda if Plymouth still existed. (Chrysler products had the hemis.)
And we can all be grateful that American Motors is long gone, because while the Javelin wasn’t all that bad, the Matador was a nightmare in sheet metal. And this great nation does not need the second coming of the AMC Matador.