All Auto Wants for Christmas. . .or Doesn’t
Let’s say that you’re getting ready for a big Christmas party tonight. . .and you’re in desperate need for a break (before you lose that holiday cheer). Here’s a diversion for an hour or so: The “Christmas Holiday Special.” No reindeer.
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Let’s say that you’re getting ready for a big Christmas party tonight. . .and you’re in desperate need for a break (before you lose that holiday cheer). Here’s a diversion for an hour or so: The “Christmas Holiday Special.”
No reindeer. No Mariah Carey in a revealing dress. No white beards.
The “Autoline After Hours” take on the season of good cheer by providing “gifts” and “coal” for the auto industry—people, organizations, products.
Audi. Akerson. Advertising. Ford. Fiat. Fisker. Accord. Marchionne. Mazda. Mulally. Toyota. Tesla. True Believers. And more.
Who was naughty? Who was nice?
Peter DeLorenzo, the Autoextremist. Jim Hall, the 2953 Analyst. John McElroy, the Autoliner. And the autofieldblogger. They present presents. They shovel coal.
So take some time and watch. You might want to get a stiff eggnog before you do, however.
A young(ish) guy that I’ve known for a number of years, a man who spent the better part of his career writing for auto buff books and who is a car racer on the side, mentioned to me that his wife has a used Lexus ES Hybrid.
Generally, when OEMs produce aluminum engine blocks (aluminum rather than cast iron because cast iron weighs like cast iron), they insert sleeves into the piston bores—cast iron sleeves.
Ram Truck chief exterior designer Joe Dehner talks about how they’ve developed the all-new pickup. “We’ve been building trucks for over 100 years,” he says. “Best I could come up with is that this is our 15th-generation truck.”