Car & Driver - 1985

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February Road Tests - Preview Test: Toyota MR2 (Get yours while they're still hard to get); Engines R Us (Good news from Toyota's dyno room); Chevrolet Spectrum (Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and now sushi); BMW 635CSi (Use it as a fast car is used in Europe: as a small plane); Preview Test: Astro vs. Aerostar (Chevy and Ford fill out the small-van spectrum); Long-Term Test: Mitsubishi Turbo Diesel Pickup (a fond farewell (sob!) to the C/D family truck) Features - Porsche Potency (Belts! Chains! Four cams! 32 valves! 288 hp!); Gran Turismo Communisto (If Karl Marx were alive today, he'd be driving a Lamborghini Countach) Short Takes - DeAtley DMS 4-7 (Like driving your vault); Twin-Turbo Ferrari 308 (An ersatz GTO); Escort Impala 9CI (All company cars are not created equal); Alfa Romeo 33 1.5 4x4 (An Old World maker joins the newest automotive trend) Columns - Driver's Seat (CBS, the UAW, and the Boss's Wogon); Letters (Starring Jack D. Ripper, Eleanor Roosevelt, et al); Sherman (Fantasy fulfillment at forty thousand feet); Yates (Don Aronow and the last playground); Bedard (Donuts, anyone?) For Your Information (New & Improved (450-bhp 4wd Porsche 959, front-drive Starlet, three new Mazdas, Giugiaro's Lotus Erna); Lancia Thema (The southern end of the deal); Cheap Jeeps (Forget this fantasy); 60th Turin Auto Show (Flocking to Mecca) Sport - Hammer, Hammer (No part throttle: Track-testing the best deal in motorsports); Put Your Foot Down And Think Of England! (The land of speed record and noble Richard Noble)
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August
Olds Business - 1986 Oldsmobile Toronado (Oldsmobile will think they've died and gone to Hawaii); 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado (When men were men, cars were cars, and GM feared no technogical frontier) Road Tests - Honda Accord SE-i (The final bow for the second generation); 1986 Audi 5000 Turbo Quattro (A benchmark is born); Nissan Stanza Wagon (The dinosaur redefined?); Preview: Alfa Romeo 75 (Japanese value, English prestige) Features - The Chrysler-Shelby Skunkworks (A visit to Chrysler's free-wheeling high-performance think-tank); Meanwhile, At Maserati (The Chrysler-Maser two-seater, coming in '87); ASC Vision (From George Barris to America's premier independent automotive-design studio, Heinz Prechter and ASC have come a long way); Pirelli's Progress (The latest rubber from the low-profile pioneer) Short Takes - BMW 524td (On turbo-diesel tuning); Colt-Premier Turbo (One of Mitsubishi's best); Renault Encore GS (Expert drivers wanted) Columns - Driver's Seat (Roadside trash); Letters (Of agitated hormones, fat and stupid girls, and the Nobel Peace Prize); Don Sherman (A perpetrator's pocket primer); Brock Yates (Don't do it, Lee); Warren Weith (The disappearing car nut and other mysteries); Road Test Review; Patrick Bedard (On the right track, Ford's speak-and-rattle squad) For Your Information - New & Improved (An open-air Porsche-for-the-peasants, 4 X 4 Vanagon Syncro) Sport - Risky Business (Every once in a while, you get a reminder that racing is not like other sports)
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September
Ferrari's Finest - Ferrari Testarossa (Speed for a price, or almost red for a Rose, or besball been bery, bery good to him); Ferrari GTO (The Maranello flash needs Mrs. Orcutt's driveway) Road Tests - Ford Tempo Sport GL (Dearborn ups the tempo to moderato); Isuzu I-Mark (Snug as a bug in a rug); Preview: 1986 Buick LeSabre (Proof that Buick City is a frontier town); Cars & Concepts Mark VII GTC (Nothing less than the moral equivalent of a chopped and channeled '49 Merc) Features - Left Coast Design (There is magic in the Southern California air, and both Japan and Detroit want it in their cars); Design School Of The Stars (L.A.'s Art Center); 1934 De Soto Airflow (A triumph that failed - but not for the reason you think it did) Short Takes - Ford Escort GL (Moving from a mini-LTD toward mini-Taurus); Toyota SR5 Turbo Pickup (Maxi-performance in a mini-pickup) Columns - Driver's Seat (Rover returns to America); Letters (At the end of which Ed performs a valuable public service); Gordon Baxter (Raising the curtain on the third age of Ford); Brock Yates (A nation of outlaws: We can't drive 55); Patrick Bedard (Trading down, and maybe out: Detroit has no place to hide) For Your Information - New & Improved (Porsche 924S revived, '86 Honda Accords revealed); Scoop! Chrrysler's Secret P-Book (An inside look at Shadow/Sundance); GM Branches Out - Again (The Hughes Aircraft acquisition); BMW M5 (Back to the basics) Sport - Long Deals On Hot Wheels (Introducing the latest in cheap little Renaults. This one even comes with its own race series)
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