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August
1984
Ford vs. Chevy - Going With The Wind (Ford and Chevy prove they do give a damn by showing us the future, circa 1990) Road Tests - De Tomaso Pantera GTS (The Disco Countach meets the Wisconsin Flash. Or, can you hear the cheese whizzing?), Pontiac 2000 Sunbird S/E Turbo (The best-kept performance secret in town), Preview: Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 (Sixteen valves, two cams, 185 hp, 141 mph and it can't get here soon enough), Honda Civic Wagon (Presto! It's a spacious sports car. Chango-O! It's a sporty econowagon), Continental Mark VII LSC (Now Ford has its own mark of excellence), The German Mark (What's a BMW engine doing in a place like this?), Anti-Lock At Last ("Give us a brake..."_ Features - One Lap Of America (Seven days on the road, with Walker Evans, Parnelli Jones, et al), Emergency-Procedure Card (Pour votre securite) Short Takes - Renault Alpine A310GT (We always knew the Gauls could build an exotic GT), Treser Audi 5000 Turbo (Eine Kleine nachtmusik at Flight Level 140) Columns - Driver's Seat (Think about an October vacation), Letters (Common decency), Sherman (Say hello to the GM PC Senior), Yates (Boom times in Bloomfield Hills), Bedard (The XXIII Olympiad: nothing for us car guys) For Your Information - New & Improved (Turboized 944 debuts in Europe, all-wheel drive Vanagon, Saab Turbo convertible, Isuzu Impulse gets power at last), Hi-Tech (Hurst shifts out of neutral), Audi Quattro Sport (Win on Sunday, sell on Monday), People's Porsche (Our spies blow the lid off the 919/921) Sport - The Donohue Death (Will a $20 million judgement against Goodyear signal the beginning of the end of racing as we know it?)
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April
1986
Road Tests - Lamborghini Countach 5000 Quattrovalvile (Welcome the big red vacuum cleaner), Yugo GV (Revenge of the K mart shoppers), Ford Taurus LX (A milestone machine that lives up to its billing), Preview Test: Mazda RX-7 Turbo (True to the faith) Features - Japanese Dreams (Reverie revs up and hits the road at the 26th Tokyo Motor Show), Six In Support (Consider them creative catnaps), Rollin', Rollin', Rollin' (The army reinvents the wheel, and ya know what? It works!), Jam Session (Thinking of fighting radar with radar? You'd better feel lucky, punk), Oldsmobile Quad 4 Engine (A 150-hp, four-cylinder, four-valve ticket to the engine builders' hall of fame) Short Takes - Ultra Stretch Limousine (Sixty laps equal one mile), Buick Regal Grand National (Speed is a gunslinger in black), Chevrolet Cavalier Z24 (After a timeout for a makeup adjustment, Chevy's sportster bounces back), Dodge Shelby GLHS (An inspirational message for late bloomers) Columns - Editorial License (Write now or pay later), Letters (Our fourth Ten Best issue, and we still didn't get it right), Brock Yates (Cops, keys, cash, kids, and class), Patrick Bedard (Seeing red) For Your Information - New & Improved (Lotus off the block, Mitsubishi Pajero, BMW V-12), Ford Sierra RS Cosworth (Power shopping at the race-car store), Mazda Familia Turbo GT-X (Four-wheel drive gets a full-time job) Sport - What Makes Brother Elliott's Ford So Damn Fast! (NASCAR's kingpins tell us what they think), Ford's Secret Weapon (The doyen of Dearborn performance)
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