So, if there were no EPA measuring emmisions, there would be no problem.
Who is advocating for the citizenry in that equation? It's all Caveat Emptor and if you don't have any knowledge about what you're buying, that's just tough.
Remember automobiles are the second biggest purchases that we make. What would you think of an unregulated construction industry with no building codes? Is your house going to fall down? Maybe yes, maybe no but government has no business keeping your houses from falling down. Only a Commie would expect the government to provide building standards. You are on your own, consumers and its for your own good.
I thought it was the Corvair that he didn't like (?).
My first car was an old, baffed out 1970 Superbeetle that I bought for 400 bucks. I have to admit that it was fun to driveJust about anything with wheels pissed him off.
Ah fer the good'ldaze when ya got a repair manual with a new Beetle.
You were lucky,My first car was an old, baffed out 1970 Superbeetle that I bought for 400 bucks. I have to admit that it was fun to drive
What a hunk 'o junk! The backfiring gas heater told me "Get out, now!"
You were lucky,
The only heater mine had was the output vent from the motor cooling fan...
You drove in the winter with one hand on the wheel and a scraper in the other....
And it was good on gas if you followed a semi......on level ground you could put it in neutral and shut off the motor when you were at the right distance behind.....