Archive for January 19th, 2012

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air – $25,000

4 Door Hard Top in Beautiful Restored Condition. 350-350 Engine – Transmission, Vintage Heat and Air, Tilt Wheel, Power Steering, Disk Breaks and clean New Tires. This car is immaculate inside and out and is a f…

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U.S. full of aging automobiles – KETK

U.S. full of aging automobiles
KETK
TYLER — According to automotive data service "Polk," the average age of cars and light trucks currently in operation has increased to around 11 years old. And the average age has been increasing quickly over the past 5 years.

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Planes, Trains & Automobiles at Chappaqua Library – The Daily Chappaqua

Planes, Trains & Automobiles at Chappaqua Library
The Daily Chappaqua
by Brian Marschhauser (email) 01/18/12 CHAPPAQUA, NY – A week after residents sought hidden gems in art appraisals at the Chappaqua Library, the New Castle Historical Society returned on Tuesday with a focus on toys for the second part of its appraisal

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Automobile tycoon Lee Iacocca’s original 1991 Ferrari F40 hits the auctions – eGMCarTech


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Automobile tycoon Lee Iacocca's original 1991 Ferrari F40 hits the auctions
eGMCarTech
The Ferrari F40 is by far and undoubtedly one of history's greatest automobiles. Built to celebrate Ferrari's 40 th anniversary, the F40's prominence doesn't need much explanation. But unfortunately, the F40 is a car that only very few people get to
Like new Lee Iacocca Ferrari F40 up for bidTorque News

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Ed Arnow: Many drivers think carmakers overestimate mpg of new automobiles – San Jose Mercury News

Ed Arnow: Many drivers think carmakers overestimate mpg of new automobiles
San Jose Mercury News
By Ed Arnow Carmakers are getting better at increasing the gas mileage on the millions of vehicles coming off assembly lines. New cars are selling well because the cost at the gas pump is making people vitally interested in miles per gallon.

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ACO statement on Peugeot withdrawing from sportscar programme – Motorsport.com

ACO statement on Peugeot withdrawing from sportscar programme
Motorsport.com
The Automobile Club de l'Ouest has noted Automobiles Peugeot's decision to shut down its endurance racing programme. As creator and organizer of the Le Mans 24 Hours and promoter of the FIA World Endurance Championship, the ACO deeply regrets this

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Key Technology Innovation Makes New Safety Systems Affordable in Automobiles – ECNmag.com

Key Technology Innovation Makes New Safety Systems Affordable in Automobiles
ECNmag.com
Dresden and Hannover, Germany — January 18, 2012 – ZMD AG (ZMDI) and edacentrum today announced the results of the SyEnA (synthesis-supported design of analog circuits) research project, which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and
Safety sensors get smarterThe Next Silicon Valley

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Auto Expo 2012: Reality check – Moneylife Personal Finance site and magazine


Moneylife Personal Finance site and magazine
Auto Expo 2012: Reality check
Moneylife Personal Finance site and magazine
Luxury, in India, especially for automobiles, also meant that it had to somehow retain value—as it used to in the past when supply was limited. That didn't happen. The supply tap for automobiles in India is currently open so wide that people really

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Japan cuts auto sales outlook – Detroit Free Press

Japan cuts auto sales outlook
Detroit Free Press
Consumers ages 19 to 31, known as Generation Y, prefer hybrids and connected cars, which may define the automobiles of the future, according to a new study. In a global survey of consumers, 57% of respondents preferred an "electrified vehicle,"

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Gen Y Consumers Favor Hybrids, Connected Vehicles, Survey Shows – BusinessWeek


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Gen Y Consumers Favor Hybrids, Connected Vehicles, Survey Shows
BusinessWeek
19 (Bloomberg) — Consumers born from 1980 to the early 1990s, known as Generation Y, prefer hybrids and connected cars, which may define the automobiles of the future, according to a new study. In a global survey of consumers, 57 percent of this young
Gen Y auto buyers want hybrids packed with technologyLos Angeles Times
Gen Y's embrace of hybrids may be auto market's tipping pointMSU News

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