8 Cars the Founding Fathers Would Be Proud Of

Chrysler Town & Country


Much like the previously mentioned Ford Mustang, back in 1980s, the Chrysler Town & Country created their niche. Although not the most impressive vehicles on the road dynamically, the founding fathers would have been impressed by sheer flexibility of the things, and how practical they are.

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Tesla Model S


The last car that our founding fathers would have been impressed with is the Tesla Model S. Why? Because it’s a groundbreaking new vehicle that challenges conventions, much like they did when they signed the declaration of independence.

Just as they challenged the King’s authority over them, the Tesla challenges the idea that all cars need to be run on combustion engines, and is truly ushering a new era of cars with its all-electric drivetrain.

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