Chrysler’s ugly duckling inspired a lot of copycats. By Michael Lamm.
Michael Lamm found himself drawn to the kookier cars at Pebble Beach.
“Today’s automotive scene is much more commerce than pastime, more corporate than grassroots.”
“It was then that I noticed, for the first time, the wooden clothespin attached to the fuel line.”
In an even more misguided quest to transform the coupe into a roadster, the Chevy’s roof also succumbed to the torch.