I'd argue that the Citroen Traction Avant should go on this list. It wasn't the first car to use front wheel drive, but it marketed front wheel drive accessibly to a larger audience. Furthermore, it used a steel monocoque. It may not be the most significant to enthusiasts, but it is the proto-design for 90% of cars… » 11/24/14 11:31am Today 11:31am

We do? I'm Canadian, and I find Canadian Football terrible because it is a much slower game. Three downs? A longer field? It pretty much sets the stage for changes of possession all day long. » 11/14/14 10:44am 11/14/14 10:44am

Dude, that's a psychological definition that is still in use today. Mental retardation literally means "slowed mental development", which describes perfectly the unfortunate cognitive circumstances that happens these cases. » 10/28/14 10:07am 10/28/14 10:07am

I think reliability may not be a myth, but it isn't a guarantee. Reliability might be a statistical measure, and here's where your points come in: it depends on the owner for the reliability of the car to stay within the first standard deviation. How reliable a car actually is correlates with how much work you have to… » 10/27/14 1:31pm 10/27/14 1:31pm