if you owned any american made car from the 70s you would disagree.
That's funny. I agree. It's taken all these years for them to get to the point that I'll even look a stateside developed and manufactured car. Buick Regals and their cousins leave a lasting impression on kids that grow up stuck to the vinyl back seats.
Pops would load the trunk with firewood on ski trips so he could get enough traction to the rear wheels to make it up the mountain. Also, a lot of them were built on the same platform allowing him and granddad's body shop to build a few franken cars. Buick front end and a chrysler back end welded together behind the front seat.
Support American Manufacturing and American Manufacturing Will Support You.
Why? Most Japanese cars are built in America now, and keep thousands of Americans employed. Most American cars are now built using foreign parts. I say, buy what you like. I owned a Mustang before I bought the STI. I go back and forth, all based on what is out and reliable. The automotive industry is truly global.