Many of the car-people who's posts and stories I read online lament not being able to get, say, a Citroen or a diesel Toyota over here in the USA. The laws and customs of countries sometimes forbid their importation. We complain that it "didn't used to be like this", but it was. In the following article from the Oct. 1930 issue of Popular Science, we are told how hard it is to export cars from the US to other countries. Sometimes, it's the laws. Sometime it is the customs of that country. Enjoy!