"Motor Trend" Magazine for February, 1978

Summary

Motor Trend magazine, first published in 1949, provides car buyers and driving enthusiasts with information about automobiles and the industry. A popular annual feature of the magazine is its Car of the Year award. In February 1978 Motor Trend chose Chrysler's Dodge Omni and its twin, the Plymouth Horizon, as its car of the year.

Motor Trend magazine, first published in 1949, provides car buyers and driving enthusiasts with information about automobiles and the industry. A popular annual feature of the magazine is its Car of the Year award. In February 1978 Motor Trend chose Chrysler's Dodge Omni and its twin, the Plymouth Horizon, as its car of the year.

Artifact

Magazine (Periodical)

Date Made

February 1978

Subject Date

1978

 On Exhibit

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Object ID

87.12.16.9

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Howard B. Arber.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Color

Multicolored

Dimensions

Height: 10.875 in

Width: 8.313 in

Inscriptions

Front cover headlines read: CHYRLSER'S LATEST TURBINE / TESTING THE CAR OF THE YEAR [Chrysler's Omni Horizon] / VOLARE LOAD RUNNER / JAGUARXJ 12L / 1978 CAR OF THE YEAR / FIBERGLASS- Newest Weight Saver / DOT'S TIRE TESTS / AUTO INSURANCE, PART III / COMPETITION: THE IROC SERIES

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