It seems to me that Japanese motor companies compete much like the American ones. Once one company has an idea, they all have to do it – only bigger, or smaller, or faster or … you get the idea. I think this is why they spent the last decade (what the...
In the 1960’s, “free thinking car stylists” weren’t restricted the the North American shores. Or, to put it another way, the rest of the world saw what was going on in the US and decided to join in.Farina (now Pininfarina) wanted a concept car....
Nigel Blackwell was born in rural Oxfordshire in England. He has a love of books, a PhD in Physical Chemistry, and a black belt in pointing out the obvious. As a teenager he toured Europe, and hasn't stopped traveling since. He loves seeing the wonders of the world and meeting the people in it, and hasn't been anywhere that doesn't have the potential for a story.
He now lives in Texas with his wife and daughter, where they enjoy the sunshine and listen to the coyotes howl at night.
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