start buying American
Well, if "American" cars truly were American built a lot of people might consider it, however truth is that a lot of what is called American is assembled in Mexico and Canada, oddly enough there are many so called "Japanese" cars assembled in the USA. Not to mention that 40 years ago American autos were the best in the world and there currently is no excuse for the shoddy quality that gets the legendary name tags. If the Japanese can do it we should be able to.
The factory assembly line is not as big of an issue as the design and engineering that happens well before the car is built. The Japanese always adapt and innovate, while keeping quality of the build very high. They take ideas from European styling, American muscle, and blend their own from those concepts. It is sad to say that most American designers and engineers have not been able to do the same. American car manufacturers should learn from the precision and quality of Japanese builds - and I agree, we should be able to do so.
Very nice indeed Doug! You desvree it. Believe it or not, I am quite partial to red cars! Red is the colour of power you know oh yeah,,,dressing in red means power. Oh well, I am sure it may pertain to the car as well. Happy riding!
I love the nail color .I need to get away from just getting a frcneh manicure all the time. Congrats on the new car. My first car was a 2000 neon and last year my husband bought me a 2012 Chevy Malibu and I love it. The car I had before this new one was aJeep Wranger and I had no A/C so I can feel you on that one.
simpsponDue cartoni che ho guardato molto volentieri :) anche se il mio cuore Ã¨ per Voltron :))))))Ci leggiamo presto, vado a fare un po' di mannneuziote al "Tenerone" (ho un TenerÃ¨ classe 1989) e poi a Messa :)))[la vedo giÃ la polemica tra credenti e non credenti :))))) ]ciao ciao