Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Review of Top Gear on History’s Small Cars
“Top Gear on History has continued the long and glorious tradition of using motor vehicles in a way that the manufacturer never intended.  We saw cars do the job of pick-up trucks in Texas; mini-vans sailed across icy waters in Continental Divide; and, the legendary Flying (and crashing) Coupe DeVille.  In this instalment, three of the smallest cars sold in America went where no small car (as far as we know) has gone before…”
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Review of Top Gear on History’s Small Cars

Top Gear on History has continued the long and glorious tradition of using motor vehicles in a way that the manufacturer never intended.  We saw cars do the job of pick-up trucks in Texas; mini-vans sailed across icy waters in Continental Divide; and, the legendary Flying (and crashing) Coupe DeVille.  In this instalment, three of the smallest cars sold in America went where no small car (as far as we know) has gone before…”

Read the rest of the post here.

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