The fact is, the nurses in Dallas initially were NOT provided the equipment or training to follow the most rigorous protocols. And they were treating Duncan at his sickest and thus most contagious, without going into the clinical details while some people are still eating breakfast. » 10/21/14 10:01am Today 10:01am

I always kind of irrationally liked these. Just one of those times when GM styling went off the reservation, and you had to admire that, even if the result acquired taste. If you take good care of this, eventually you'll own the nicest example in existence, which has to be worth something. » 10/13/14 8:11am 10/13/14 8:11am

1966 Toronado—concept car styling, crazypants FWD system. It was like the GM bean counters got tied up and locked in a closet until this hit the showrooms. In reading up on it, I learned there was originally talk of putting it on the A platform instead of the E. An interesting thought, because I love this, but man is… » 10/06/14 12:01pm 10/06/14 12:01pm

I'm suspicious of this one. The discrepancy about the engine is one problem. Also, look at the contrast in the paint between the driver's side front fender and the rest of the car. It could be a trick of the lighting, but it also could have been hit, which might explain it being on its second engine. Something… » 10/02/14 9:47am 10/02/14 9:47am

Tough call. It's a little like that FJ last week: too nice for hard use, not original enough for a collector. If you could haggle it below $5,000, no problem, but $6,500 is a little steep for what would turn out to be a very light duty conversation piece. » 9/30/14 8:32am 9/30/14 8:32am

Pilot...cramped interior? Depends what you're comparing it to, I guess. The '07 I owned had some ergonomic compromises in the back (especially 3rd row access), but it was comfortable once everyone was seated. Given the overall dimensions and maneuverability, I found it to be genius interior packaging. I have a '10… » 9/29/14 1:47pm 9/29/14 1:47pm

I may or may not be a Boomer, depending on whose definition you use, but I'm close enough. It's definitely a generational thing. My Dad was impressed to get 60,000 trouble-free miles out of his '72 Dodge van. Then he traded it in, no doubt figuring he was pushing his luck. » 9/25/14 5:06pm 9/25/14 5:06pm