No needy, no put-ty

Way back in the sixties when Christos Kenos ran a foreign car repair shop, I had a foreign car, a Volkswagen sedan. During the ’60s, VW’s U.S. exports included square backs, fastbacks, Karmann Ghias, beetles and busses. My first car, the Type 3 sedan, could only be purchased in Europe Continue reading “No needy, no put-ty”