In the fall of 1981, the new-for-1982 Chevrolet Camaro offered up an option that pretty much told you how bad the situation was: the LQ9, better known as Pontiac’s “Iron Duke” four-cylinder, sat as the base-model powerplant, and offered up a beyond underwhelming 90 horsepower. That put it in company with a Volkswagen Beetle and […]

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