Archive for September 18th, 2012

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 – $20,000

283ci/283hp Fuel Injected engine, 3 speed manual transmission, many options- power windows, power seats, padded safety dash, vacuum ash tray, tissue dispenser, dual spot lights, dual antenna…

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1968 Ford Mustang – $11,000

This Ghost White 66 Pony is a true Mustang with all authentic Pony Parts

The first years of the Mustang were put together with parts from Falcons and Fairlanes
Not manufactured exclusively as full on Musta…

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Silvio Calabi: Camry Hybrid is a ‘real’ car – Monmouth Daily Review Atlas

Silvio Calabi: Camry Hybrid is a 'real' car
Monmouth Daily Review Atlas
The Camry Hybrid XLE doesn't make us feel like we're giving up automotive civility in the name of economy. The novelty of specialty gas-electric cars has worn off, so now we can focus on them as transportation instead of mere marvels of engineering. As
7th gen CamryWaxahachie Daily Light

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2012 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee review notes – AutoWeek

2012 Dodge Charger SRT8 Super Bee review notes
AutoWeek
EXECUTIVE EDITOR BOB GRITZINGER: You get all the great Charger SRT8 stuff in this car—engine, suspension, brakes, steering, seats—along with a bright yellow Super Bee wrapper bound to attract welcome (and unwelcome) attention. My kid even shot

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Ford, CAW agree to a deal – Niagara Falls Review


Globe and Mail
Ford, CAW agree to a deal
Niagara Falls Review
The Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday it had reached a tentative four-year agreement with Ford Motor Co, and extended talks with Fiat SpA's Chrysler Group LLC and General Motors Co past a midnight deadline. The union said it had agreed to
Canada auto union extends GM, Chrysler contractsMLive.com
CAW Extends Contracts with Chrysler and GM as It Reached the Deal with FordIndustry Leaders Magazine

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ACCE looks at automotive industry with new optimism – High Performance Composites

ACCE looks at automotive industry with new optimism
High Performance Composites
With the automotive industry apparently feeling more positive about composites than it has in a long time, composites professionals met up at the Automotive Composites Conference & Exhibition to the annual review of materials and processing technologies.

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On The Road Review: Hyundai Elantra GT – Fenceviewer


Plain Dealer
On The Road Review: Hyundai Elantra GT
Fenceviewer
Over the past 10 years Hyundai has risen from an also-ran automaker producing inexpensive passenger cars to a car-builder with a very complete automotive lineup that has catapulted the brand up the sales charts in America. Now the number six selling
Cars.com Reviews the 2013 Hyundai Elantra GTCars.com News (blog)

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Automobile production increases – Pakistan Observer

Automobile production increases
Pakistan Observer
Islamabad—Despite challenges of energy shortage, the production of various automobiles witnessed increase during the first month of the current fiscal year as compared to the same month of last year. The production of jeeps and cars witnessed 2.35

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US files WTO dispute against China on automobile subsidies – China Daily


Business Recorder
US files WTO dispute against China on automobile subsidies
China Daily
GENEVA — The United States brought a case against China to the World Trade Organization (WTO) Monday on the latter's subsidies to the automobile industry, the WTO said. The US requested for consultations with China on its "measures providing
US to File WTO Charges on ChinaWall Street Journal
US and China file complaints at WTO against each otherBig News Network.com
US challenges China subsidies for autos, auto partsThe Detroit News
Radio Australia –Economic Times
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Hyundai spares arm Mobis fires 300 for joining union – Economic Times

Hyundai spares arm Mobis fires 300 for joining union
Economic Times
CHENNAI: The uneasy relationship between auto companies and contract workers has re-surfaced, this time in the industrial corridors of Sriperumbudur, near Chennai. At the receiving end are hundreds of Hyundai car owners whose vehicles are stuck at

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