America the Beautiful: The Most American Cars Made Today

Plenty of cars are claimed to be American, but here 10 that actually are.

By Jacob Brown | July 03, 2013
    • I'm feeling patriotic, aren't you? Donning red, white, and blue, sitting by a grill, and watching rockets' red glare and fireworks bursting in air sounds like a good thing to do this time of year. But there are ways to feel a little more American every other day of the year when you're not just thanking your lucky stars and stripes for being in the land of the free and home of the brave with your friends and family.If driving American is one way you choose to show off your patriotism, we have a list for you. We've compiled a list of the 10 most American cars, but they're not necessarily what you think. While sipping on your Budweiser—owned by Belgium's InBev—while sporting your Asian-made Old Navy American flag t-shirt, think about this: What constitutes an American car is now muddled in between parts supplied and assembled all over the world. Thanks to the diligence of the American Automobile Labeling Act, we are able to find out what cars should be booming their "I am a real American" Hulk Hogan music and what cars might as well be Benedict Arnolds with American badges and parts content that's anything but. Here are the most patriotic cars out there today.

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