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Made in America! not!

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You know how I know you're gay? By starting this thread.....
i know youre gay by the 12 inch dildo sticking out of your ass.
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a lot is made in Mexico.. I knew that...



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whats funny is Honda and other plants are going to start building in the states to save shippin costs.
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whats funny is Honda and other plants are going to start building in the states to save shippin costs.
Where have you been? Ever seen Gung Ho? lol Honda started manufacturing motorcycles in the US in 1979 and cars three years after that in Ohio. They also now have an Alabama plant and are opening a new one in Georgia I believe ( for building their transmissions)


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Please read how they are determining this though...

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It’s simple: in order to be “American Made,” a vehicle must be assembled here, with 75 percent of its content sourced from the US. The top selling cars that failed the test, in alphabetical order:

Chevrolet Equinox

Chevrolet HHR

Chevrolet Impala

Chevrolet Tahoe

Chrysler 300

Chrysler PT Cruiser

Dodge Charger

Ford Focus

Ford Fusion

Ford Mustang
Based on that nothing is american made lol



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Where have you been? Ever seen Gung Ho? lol Honda started manufacturing motorcycles in the US in 1979 and cars three years after that in Ohio. They also now have an Alabama plant and are opening a new one in Georgia I believe ( for building their transmissions)

I dont drive cars Also I hear China is getting into this too bringing plants over here...
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Based on that nothing is american made lol
That's true, there are none that are 100% produced and built in the US. But I highly doubt there are any other countries that can boast that they produce/manufacture/build a car that is 100% from just their county either.


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That's true, there are none that are 100% produced and built in the US. But I highly doubt there are any other countries that can boast that they produce/manufacture/build a car that is 100% from just their county either.
russia used to be able too....

now im not sure.....


and if you want to get technical, Honda Goldwings are more american made than Harley's are....
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russia used to be able too....
dude, we're not even gonna talk about Lada's.

even "back in the day" I don't think many cars where 100% anything, lots of brit cars imported motors from germany or the USA, alot of US cars where produced in Canada and mexico right frmo the getgo, if you even wanna make that distinction, mexican and canadian economies are so dependant on the US economy that there's not alot of point really, I think something ilke 80% of canadian exports go to the USA and like 60% of USA exports come to Canada, so as far as the money "going away" I dunno if it's as big a deal as you'd think. I know the Camaro plant was in Quebec since the 70's, maybe even since the first gen Camaros.

I think that the most likely to produce a 100% one nationality car is probably the italians, they're to snobby to use parts from anywhere else in their cars. Look to Ferrari or Lamborghini I would imagine.

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dude, we're not even gonna talk about Lada's.

even "back in the day" I don't think many cars where 100% anything, lots of brit cars imported motors from germany or the USA, alot of US cars where produced in Canada and mexico right frmo the getgo, if you even wanna make that distinction, mexican and canadian economies are so dependant on the US economy that there's not alot of point really, I think something ilke 80% of canadian exports go to the USA and like 60% of USA exports come to Canada, so as far as the money "going away" I dunno if it's as big a deal as you'd think. I know the Camaro plant was in Quebec since the 70's, maybe even since the first gen Camaros.

I think that the most likely to produce a 100% one nationality car is probably the italians, they're to snobby to use parts from anywhere else in their cars. Look to Ferrari or Lamborghini I would imagine.
nope, even the italians import a lot of parts.....

in the old dayd, they used weber carbs.....

and now a lot of them use imported FI systems....


you add in electrical, and there isnt one on the world made entirely in their own country...
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ahhhhh, that's a good point on the electrical.

yea I remember them using side draft weber carbs, Triumphs where big into that too.

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