Why 1973 Was The Worst Year for Cars
Past Gas by Donut Media
Monday, 28 March
1973 was undeniably the worst year in nearly a century of American cars. Why were Americans so scared of running out of gas they were brawling at the pumps? How and why did American manufacturers make undeniably inferior cars for over a decade– and how did they dig themselves out of a mess that was largely of their own creation? Today on Past Gas we’re diving into the dark history of the Malaise Era … buckle up, or don’t, we won’t be going that fast.
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