Gaborit, Peter; Mayers, Adam; Chaplin, Tom; Wilson, Matt; Burgess, Rob; Forwood, Adam; Philipp; Gregor, Austin
February 2010
Wheels;Feb2010, p28
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to the article on the influence of Japan in creating affordable and reliable cars in the December 2009 issue, "10 Ugliest Cars," by Byron Mathioudaki in the November 2009 issue, and "50 Sexiest Cars" in the November 2009 issue.


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