Archive for November 29th, 2011

1979 Chevrolet EL Camino – $6,500

All white 2 door, 1979 350 motor out of a montie carlo ss, and flat master. transmission but in last winter, needs new carporator, located in East Tulsa.

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Consumer Cyclical Sector Review: Winning and Losing Stocks on Nov 28th – Wall St. Cheat Sheet

Consumer Cyclical Sector Review: Winning and Losing Stocks on Nov 28th
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About the company: Standard Motor Products, Inc. manufactures replacement parts and automotive related items for the automotive industry. The Company's products include ignition and electrical parts, emission and engine controls, sensors,

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Clifford Automotive in Columbus, Ohio Adds U-Haul Rentals – Sacramento Bee

Clifford Automotive in Columbus, Ohio Adds U-Haul Rentals
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2012 Range Rover Evoque Review [Video] – AutoGuide.com


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2012 Range Rover Evoque Review [Video]
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The Evoque's road manners were largely solid, but the combination of big wheels and low-profile tires, an unavoidable concession to the automotive aesthetics of our era, delivered the usual harshness over less-than-perfect pavement.

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2011 Year in Review: North America – Ward’s Auto (subscription)


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2011 Year in Review: North America
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• The automotive year starts out with a bang in January with a jam-packed media schedule at the North American International Auto Show. A roster of 22 press conferences between 6:30 am and 8 pm signals auto makers have a lot to say.
North American International Auto Show Adds European Industry Executive to TeamSacramento Bee

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SORL Europe Inauguration on December 14, 2011 – Sacramento Bee

SORL Europe Inauguration on December 14, 2011
Sacramento Bee
Europe also has a rich pool of automotive engineers to help SORL continue to reach its engineering goals of being the first to develop innovative products providing new solutions." Mr. Xiaoping Zhang, Chairman and CEO of SORL commented, "Our current

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RLJ Executive Appointed to Serve on the American International Automotive … – Sacramento Bee

RLJ Executive Appointed to Serve on the American International Automotive
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Class Counsel Announce Proposed Settlements Reached in the Automotive Lighting … – Sacramento Bee

Class Counsel Announce Proposed Settlements Reached in the Automotive Lighting
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Car Safety Tech at the LA International Auto Show: Next Gen Safety – Wired News

Car Safety Tech at the LA International Auto Show: Next Gen Safety
Wired News
Several of the things being researched are the preservation treatment on asphalt and concrete pavements by the states through a thorough review of state agencies. In that regard, they are also studying congestion management. Both things affect behavior

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US Supreme Court Wrestles with GPS Surveillance of Automobiles – TheNewspaper.com


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US Supreme Court Wrestles with GPS Surveillance of Automobiles
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The US Supreme Court earlier this month heard oral arguments in a case that will set the legal boundaries for police GPS surveillance of automobiles. Last year, the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit ruled that police were wrong to spend a month

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