Hey, Can Somebody Turn the Lights Back On?

Visnic, Bill
January 2002
Ward's Auto World;Jan2002, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p41
Trade Publication
Presents information on the winning engines in the 2002 10 Best Engines awards. Information on the Triton engine from Ford Motor Co.; Number of winning engines from General Motors; Efforts being made by Japanese and German automakers to improve engines.


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