Archive for November 8th, 2011

1976 Buick Regal – $5,000

Black on Black. One owner, 138,000 miles. Factory 350/350, power windows, power seats, air, cruise, tilt wheel. Factory T-tops and auto in console. Bucket seats. Adult owned and maintained. Ready for the r…

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1911 Maxwell Runabout – $25,000

1911 Maxwell Runabout runs well. In good condition.

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GM Would Cancel Saab Technology License – Wall Street Journal


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GM Would Cancel Saab Technology License
Wall Street Journal
The agreement required approvals from Swedish and Chinese authorities and from GM, which owned the technology that several of Saab Automobiles models were based on, and previously sold Saab to Swedish Automobile's predecessor, Spyker Cars NV.
GM: Won't Continue Licensing Technology To Saab Auto If Ownership ChangesFox Business
General Motors Intimates Saab to Cancel Technoly Liscene and Vehicles Delivery Investorschatroom

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Automobile industry calls for major tax breaks – The Japan Times

Automobile industry calls for major tax breaks
The Japan Times
The nation's automobile organizations urged the government Monday to terminate automobile acquisition and weight taxes, while calling for new incentives to help sell environmentally friendly vehicles, after the current tax benefit system ends next year

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Automakers’ drive into Southeast misses Florida – Florida Times-Union

Automakers' drive into Southeast misses Florida
Florida Times-Union
The plants attracted dozens of smaller companies that supply vehicle parts used to make automobiles. Deravi compares the economic impact to an aircraft carrier that comes with a group of support ships. “We didn't bring in companies,” he said.

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High-Tech Fingerprint Scanner Replaces Keys for Automobiles – Fox News


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High-Tech Fingerprint Scanner Replaces Keys for Automobiles
Fox News
Tired of losing the keys to your bike? Well, now you can lose them altogether. FIST Enterprises of Boca Raton, Florida, has developed a biometric security system that can be installed on a motorcycle, car or any vehicle, letting you start it up with

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Former Bush transportation secretary pushes Obama administration on clean cars – The Hill (blog)

Former Bush transportation secretary pushes Obama administration on clean cars
The Hill (blog)
He called for "technology-neutral" clean-energy policies for automobiles. "Trying to get to 54 miles per gallon is not going to [just] be answered by either hybrid or electric," he said in an interview with The Hill. "There's room for clean gas and

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Roadworthy automobiles – San Bernardino Sun

Roadworthy automobiles
San Bernardino Sun
Some time ago, whenever I was driving down the road and found myself approaching another vehicle from either direction, I felt that my two most significant threats were that the driver might be drunk or may pick that moment to fall asleep.

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Korea Produces 70 Millionth Car – The Chosun Ilbo

Korea Produces 70 Millionth Car
The Chosun Ilbo
In 1955, Korea began to produce its own automobiles by reassembling engine parts cannibalized from military jeeps. A four-cylinder engine based on a jeep motor became the basis for Korea's first car, the Sibal, which means "beginning" in Korean.

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Evaluating Injury Causation in Low Speed Automobile Collisions – ClaimsJournal.com


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Evaluating Injury Causation in Low Speed Automobile Collisions
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In addition, the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard mandates that automobiles be able to sustain a 2.5 mile per hour collision with only minor damage to the bumper. Once an estimate of speed of the collision is obtained, the expert may then

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