The Dumbest Thing I Have Read on a Blog Yet. — 2 Comments

  1. In all fairness, the AMC Javelin was highly influential on body design in the early ‘pony’ and ‘muscle’ era (late 60’s, early 70’s) — influencing Ford’s Mach range of Mustangs and Cobras, the Dodge Cuda, and the Chevy Malibu, Cutlass, and Super Sport lines (including the Cutlass version of the El Camino).

  2. Fair? You’re new here aren’t you? Anyway, how can you guage “influence?” Back then designers were being traded among car companies like baseball cards. A small group of auto designers are going to turn out similar looking and performing cars.
    While drivers were clamoring for Vette’s and Mustangs and GTO’s and Malibus, AMC was flopping around.