The main road is set by America, like it or not. That main road involves changing models year after year. That main production road involves creating a large manufacturing infrastructure that enables producers to collaborate regarding sub assembly so cars get produced sooner rather than later.
In other words, a lot of the technical management as well as infrastructure innovations that made the modern car possible came out of the good old US. These are exactly the kind of values that we celebrate here at midwestcomestics.org.
We believe that the domestic American brands have gotten a black eye for so long that they need their own form. We believe that brands like Ford, General Motors and others have gotten such a bad wrap that they need to be celebrated on a very specialized and focused basis.
This forum really is a love letter to Detroit’s grand contribution to all of humanity. It’s easy to write of the trait. After all, the city itself has seen better days. I don’t care how romantic you are regarding American car manufacturing’s storied past. Detroit, as it currently exist, is not looking very good. In fact, it’s on its death bed. Let’s call it for what it is.