1970- Feeling The Heat From Europe And Japan, Detroit Answers With… The Gremlin.

It’s called the Gremlin- a somewhat foreboding name chosen despite the fact that, according to Webster, a gremlin is “a small gnome held to be responsible for malfunction of equipment.”

Newsweek  April 6, 1970

1970- Feeling The Heat From Europe And Japan, Detroit Answers With… The Gremlin.

It’s called the Gremlin- a somewhat foreboding name chosen despite the fact that, according to Webster, a gremlin is “a small gnome held to be responsible for malfunction of equipment.”

Newsweek  April 6, 1970



On This Date In 1964, Ford Unveils The Mustang

At first, it was known only as the T-5- a coded abstraction with no meaning outside the four windowless walls of a room in Dearborn, Mich.  Then it became the Turino, and perhaps 500 people knew what that meant.  This week, it is the Mustang; and Americans will have to be deaf, dumb, and blind to avoid the name.

Newsweek  April 20, 1964

On This Date In 1964, Ford Unveils The Mustang

At first, it was known only as the T-5- a coded abstraction with no meaning outside the four windowless walls of a room in Dearborn, Mich.  Then it became the Turino, and perhaps 500 people knew what that meant.  This week, it is the Mustang; and Americans will have to be deaf, dumb, and blind to avoid the name.

Newsweek  April 20, 1964



Instead of Whistling or Honking, Flash ‘Em … A Card!

You are idling at a traffic light when a lovely woman walks by you.  You are too shy to shout, too suave to blow your horn.  ”So you turn to your flash cards… 

Newsweek July 11, 1977

Instead of Whistling or Honking, Flash ‘Em … A Card!

You are idling at a traffic light when a lovely woman walks by you.  You are too shy to shout, too suave to blow your horn.  ”So you turn to your flash cards… 

Newsweek July 11, 1977



Happy 48th Birthday, Ford Mustang!

At first, it was known only as the T-5- a coded abstraction with no meaning outside the four windowless walls of a room in Dearborn, Mich.  This week, it is the Mustang; and Americans will have to be deaf, dumb, and blind to avoid the name.

Newsweek April 20, 1964