Over the weekend you may have caught the NFL Draft on television. Think of it as a televised meat market with football teams all vying for the perfect cut to complete their menu. Unlike the NBA which drafts on a lottery system, the order of the NFL draft is based on a team’s performance from the last season. It’s simple, the better your team did, the later in the draft your team picks. That’s why the embarrassingly bad Colts got the top pick in the draft.
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The automotive world has been buzzing about the 100th anniversary of Chevrolet. The Detroit Free Press, MSNBC and even this Indian auto blog have commemorated the legendary brand. When you think about all the iconic Chevrolet cars over the years the first cars that probably come to mind are the Camaro, the Corvette or perhaps the Silverado.
What about the forgotten cars of Chevrolet’s past? Don’t think long-lost past, just think in the last decade alone. Make the jump to see if you can remember these notorious flops, but don’t feel bad if you don’t because Chevy wants to keep it that way.
The United States Post Office faces a $10 billion dollar deficit and the situation looks bleak. Here at Mojo Motors we are worried about the mail truck which may soon be making an appearance in our used cars listings. The mail truck, also know by its Latin name, the Grumman LLV (it’s not really Latin), has been the face of the USPS since it began service in 1987. The LLV stands for long life vehicle and a typical Grumman can be expected to stay in active duty for almost 30 years. As the USPS nears collapse, something will have to be done with the 100,000+ Grumman vehicles. Before hypothesizing on the potential second-lives of a typical Grumman, let’s take a look at the specs of these USPS bad boys after the jump.