Archive for September 9th, 2012

Regulations, cost keep automobiles looking the same – The Durango Herald

Regulations, cost keep automobiles looking the same
The Durango Herald
Regulations, cost keep automobiles looking the same. By DEE-ANN DURBINAP Auto Writer. Article Last Updated: Friday, September 07, 2012 8:37pm. Keywords: Economy, business and finance,. Print; Make text smaller; Make text larger; Share

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Aeroplanes and automobiles on display at airport show – Daily Herald

Aeroplanes and automobiles on display at airport show
Daily Herald
Aeroplanes and automobiles on display at airport show. Print Email. 2012-09-08T16:42:13Z Aeroplanes and automobiles on display at airport showDebbie Balzotti – Correspondent Daily Herald. 1 hour ago • Debbie Balzotti – Correspondent · (0) Comments

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Discounts galore as car makers like Tata Motors, Ford India, Maruti Suzuki … – Economic Times

Discounts galore as car makers like Tata Motors, Ford India, Maruti Suzuki
Economic Times
According to figures released by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), domestic car sales in July stood at 1,43,496 units as against 1,34,473 units in the same month last year. Even luxury car makers are also giving various offers to

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Do you know where this is? – Worcester Telegram

Do you know where this is?
Worcester Telegram
WORCESTER — By 1947, when this photo of the O'Flynn Stables was taken, Henry Ford, who died that year, had already sold many millions of automobiles. The business would last only another three years before a devastating fire leveled the barn on the

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Soot, Diesel, And Buying A New Car – Care2.com


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Soot, Diesel, And Buying A New Car
Care2.com
In the clean air arena, diesel is a dirty word… and I know from personal experience all of the reasons why diesel fuel has a bad reputation. So when my husband suggested that I consider the diesel-fueled option in my current search for a new car, I

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Electric car future: lighter vehicles, more range – San Francisco Chronicle

Electric car future: lighter vehicles, more range
San Francisco Chronicle
SEATTLE (AP) — If you believe Bob Lutz, one of the auto industry's best-known executives, come midcentury we'll all be driving around in lightweight electric cars that can go hundreds of miles between charges. Electric-car technology is improving
The future of electric cars: lighter vehicles, more miles per chargeThe Seattle Times

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Two cars struck, damaged by fallen section of Arnold Arboretum tree – Boston.com


Boston Globe
Two cars struck, damaged by fallen section of Arnold Arboretum tree
Boston.com
Two cars parked on Centre Street in Jamaica Plain were damaged Saturday at Harvard's Arnold Arboretum after a large section of a maple tree fell and stuck them. At about 1 p.m., the sugar maple tree, located near the Center Street gate, “lost some
Section of Arnold Arboretum tree hits 2 carsBoston Globe

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Tornado touches down in New York City throwing cars into air, downs power lines – Examiner.com


Globe and Mail
Tornado touches down in New York City throwing cars into air, downs power lines
Examiner.com
The National Weather Service reported that tornadoes are extremely rare in New York City however reported a tornado touched down off the coast of New York City tossing cars into the air, damaging buildings and causing downed power lines on Saturday,
New York City tornado throws cars aroundToronto Sun
A look at tornadoes that have hit major citiesKansas City Star

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Small Cars Are Changing; Will They Fit in the US? – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Small Cars Are Changing; Will They Fit in the US?
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
CARS have scale; they look different depending on the background they are set against. The Smart that seemed dashing when driven around Paris by Tom Hanks may look like a recycling container in the setting of a Montana highway. The need to maintain a

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Car show boasts maintenance-free trophies – Denton Record Chronicle

Car show boasts maintenance-free trophies
Denton Record Chronicle
A 1959 Cadillac taillight, which Troy “Tex” McDorman of Sanger has had for about 20 years, sits atop of a 1959 Mercury trim piece at Saturday's Tex EFX booth at the Arts, Antiques & Autos Extravaganza on the Square. McDorman has wired it so it lights up.

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