Archive for November 21st, 2011

1958 Pontiac Bonneville – $39,995

1958 Pontiac Bonneville coupe trophy winner, fully restored, all chrome rechromed, tri power new factory rebuild carbs, original factory 370 engine fully overhauled w/less than 200 miles. on rebuild, interior n…

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1967 Ford Mustang Fastback – $20,500

“67 Ford Mustang Shelby Eleanor Recreation 514 SVT
The paint and body is perfect, body gaps and lines are perfect. Mirror finish is perfect, No dings, dents or waves., paint is as smooth as glass. Finish i…

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Could GM’s Reviews Save Tens of Millions of Dollars? ‘More Than That,’ Says … – AdAge.com

Could GM's Reviews Save Tens of Millions of Dollars? 'More Than That,' Says
AdAge.com
The carmaker is conducting two giant agency reviews at the moment, one that examines its $3 million media-buying and -planning budget and another that seeks creative ideas for its Chevrolet business around the globe. Automotive News spoke to GM's

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RUMBLINGS: Detroit may regain Chevy creative work – Crain’s Detroit Business

RUMBLINGS: Detroit may regain Chevy creative work
Crain’s Detroit Business
GM's review of its budget for creative advertising work on the Chevrolet brand is aimed at whittling the number of outside agencies from more than 50 worldwide to "a handful," global marketing chief Joel Ewanick said last week at the Los Angeles Auto

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Local dealership takes care of community – nwitimes.com

Local dealership takes care of community
nwitimes.com
Lincoln Highway was dedicated as the first cross country road for automobiles. Ford Motor Co. introduced the assembly line, dramatically cutting down production time. It was the same year EL Shaver started in the automobile business as a Hudson–Essex

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Sliding car sales may reverse in March-April 2012: Automakers – Economic Times

Sliding car sales may reverse in March-April 2012: Automakers
Economic Times
KOLKATA: Automobile makers are keeping their fingers crossed on the revival of India's passenger car industry after a dip in sales for the fourth consecutive month till October on the back of high fuel prices and interest rates.

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China’s Tianjin FAW Xiali Automobile records decline in sales for October – Search-Autoparts.com

China's Tianjin FAW Xiali Automobile records decline in sales for October
Search-Autoparts.com
Tianjin FAW Xiali Automobile, China FAW Group's subsidiary specializing in the production of low-priced cars, announced on November 9 production and sales volume of 17063 units and 20385 units for October, down 17.4 percent and 17.9 percent,

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New car sales in Europe fall amid deepening economic gloom – The Korea Herald

New car sales in Europe fall amid deepening economic gloom
The Korea Herald
New car registrations in Europe fell by 1.8 percent in October, the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association said Wednesday, amid signs of deepening economic gloom across the region. The month-on-month drop brought total new registrations in the

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Quality association: New car ownership rising – and so are complaints – China Daily


China Daily
Quality association: New car ownership rising – and so are complaints
China Daily
Instead, most of them wanted to return the vehicles to dealers to be replaced for a new car. There has been no nationwide regulation or law on replacement of defective new vehicles, but a draft law was released in September with guidelines requiring

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CUP: Cars On Track Again At Homestead – SPEEDtv.com


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CUP: Cars On Track Again At Homestead
SPEEDtv.com
Stewart ran into an unexpected challenge early in the race when debris punched a hole near the middle of his car's grille. Kurt Busch lost pieces of his car's transmission seconds before Stewart's problem, causing speculation that Stewart's car might
Stewart edges Edwards in race, clinching titleIndianapolis Star
Stewart gains ultimate fix from racing addictionMalaysia Star
Stewart wins Homestead to win NASCAR championshipThe Associated Press
Nascar
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