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Yugos: Awful cars, serviceable art

The Yugofone and other interesting creations – Click above for image gallery

Tell your best Yugo story, win a signed copy of the Yugo book

Q: What's included in every Yugo's owners manual? A: A bus schedule - click above for high-res image gallery

Book Review: The Yugo: The Rise and Fall of the Worst Car in History

In 1985, just nine months before the Yugo came to America, Yugo America CEO Malcolm Bricklin and second in command Tony Ciminera toured the Zastava plant in Kragujevac, Yugoslavia. This is where the Yugo 45, the crazy-cheap car Americans would come to know, love and then loathe, would be built and rebadged as the

Wanna buy a Yugo? Serbian carmaker Zastava up for sale

When the Yugo first arrived on our shores in 1985, it made headlines with its bargain basement $4,000 USD price tag. Of course, four large didn't buy you much of anything, except for a series of breakdowns and the laughter of virtually every motorist that easily passed you by. While the Yugo hasn't been sold in the U.S. since 1991, for the right price you can now bid for the distinct pleasure of owning Zastava,

Auto Lexicon: Top 5 four-wheeled metaphors

Here's a fun column we came across talking about cars as metaphors. Kind of like referring to something as the "Rolls-Royce" of its industry means it's the best (or most expensive, perhaps). The writer, Miss Cellania, lists five vehicles that rightly or wrongly have come to be symbols of the worst from the automotive sector. All five of her picks are instantly recognizable for their place in motoring history. While we empathize with owners of these vehicles because they frequently have endearing