Archive for September 30th, 2012

For Sale ot Trade 1988 Porsche 944 Turbo S (952) – $21,000

FOR SALE 21,000 or TRADE
1988 Porsche 944 Turbo S (952).
There were only 1874 Turbo S cars delivered to the US in 1988 and there are very few survivors and maybe none in this great of condition.
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Automobiles: ‘Influx of imports adversely impacting operations’ – The Express Tribune


The Express Tribune
Automobiles: 'Influx of imports adversely impacting operations'
The Express Tribune
Shareholders vowed to raise their voices at the relevant forums against hostile policies to help the local automobile industry to flourish and continue being a major contributor to the national economy. Habib, speaking on the occasion, mentioned that

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GM recalls 40859 cars for possible fuel leaks – USA TODAY

GM recalls 40859 cars for possible fuel leaks
USA TODAY
DETROIT (AP) — General Motors is recalling more than 40,000 cars sold in warm-weather states because a plastic part might crack and cause a fuel leak. The company is recalling Chevrolet Cobalt and Pontiac G5 sedans from the 2007 through 2009 model

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Brown signs two bills regulating Buy Here Pay Here used-car lots – Los Angeles Times

Brown signs two bills regulating Buy Here Pay Here used-car lots
Los Angeles Times
Assemblyman Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont), whose AB 1534 mandates that dealers post a fair-market valuation on the cars they sell, said the measure will "help level the playing field" for consumers. Even Billy Dohring, chief lobbyist for the Independent

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Nissan well short of sales target for Leaf electric cars – Chicago Tribune


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Nissan well short of sales target for Leaf electric cars
Chicago Tribune
DETROIT (Reuters) – Nissan Motor Co <7201.T> is falling well short of its goal of doubling sales of its Leaf electric car this fiscal year as sales in the United States are particularly weak despite high gas prices. While Nissan Chief Executive Carlos
Nissan offers Leaf discounts to spur salesSan Jose Mercury News

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Five driverless cars that want to kill you – San Jose Mercury News


The Guardian
Five driverless cars that want to kill you
San Jose Mercury News
Driverless cars may be the motor vehicles of California's near future, thanks to legislation approved by Gov. Jerry Brown last week. They're supposed to be safer, never getting drunk or breaking traffic laws. But watch out for the ones that go bad: 1
Future of cars — nobody at the wheelReporterNews.com
Dream machine: California opens the road to driverless carsPittsburgh Post Gazette
Driverless Cars Raise Too Many QuestionsFox Business
gulfnews.com
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India car sales soar but where are the roads? – NDTV


NDTV
India car sales soar but where are the roads?
NDTV
Many millions "are crossing the wealth threshold to the stage they can afford cars", said Pete Kelly, managing director of LMC Automotive UK, adding "short-term variations in economic growth aren't likely to get in the way". LMC projected light vehicle

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Give ‘Em Hill: Cars of the future — driverless? Or possessed by the devil? – San Jose Mercury News

Give 'Em Hill: Cars of the future — driverless? Or possessed by the devil?
San Jose Mercury News
Google has already been testing such cars, logging nearly 300,000 accident-free miles so far. They're touted as safer than those operated by poor fallible humans drivers. These capable cars can't get drunk or miss signal lights or be distracted by kids

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Photo Gallery: Cars in the News – USA TODAY

Photo Gallery: Cars in the News
USA TODAY
Toyota and Daihatsu showed off the Toyota Agya, one of their jointly-developed cars, at the 20th Indonesia International Motor Show in Jakarta. By Adek Berry, AFP/Getty Images. Related storyFullscreen. None. Visitors at the Indonesia International

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‘Cars Land’ opens in Disneyland with wheels, grins and fun – Deseret News


Deseret News
'Cars Land' opens in Disneyland with wheels, grins and fun
Deseret News
Visitors to California Adventure's new Cars Land can race through Ornament Valley in high-speed slot cars designed to look like the cars in "Cars" and "Cars 2." Disney/Pixar. Summary. The new "Cars Land" park that opened June 15 in the California

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