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2015 Subaru WRX STI

2015 Subaru WRX STI

By   3 months ago

Although it has been years since STI’s were built to serve World Rally Championship homologation rules, buyers expect innovative performance from Subaru’s halo performance car. As its Detroit Auto Show debut indicates, the latest version will be no less hardcore than its predecessors. Comfort Just as the upcoming Impreza, the new STI gets a substantially […]

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Ford Licenses the 32 Coupe Body

Ford Licenses the 32 Coupe Body

By   3 months ago

The 1932 Model 18 “Deuce Coupe” is the iconic hot rod. Its combination of low weight, striking styling and Ford’s new flathead V8 made it a favorite of early tuners, including the first NASCAR drivers and drag racers. While other cars slowly pass out of fashion, the ’32 has been repeatedly reintroduced to new generations […]

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1967 Ferrari 330 GTS

"1967 Ferrari 330 GTS"

By   3 months ago

Ferrari’s focus on world-beating performance has made every model they have produced into highly desirable classic cars over time. However, one of their most desirable cars, the 330 GTS, built its reputation on combining this performance with a nod to usability. An Everyday Ferrari Until this point, Ferrari’s road cars were little more than race […]

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Equus Bass 770

Equus Bass 770

By   3 months ago

It may look like a mishmash of 60′s muscle cars, but Equus’ Bass 770 is really a modern supercar with some retro styling. Going beyond the restomod trend, the Detroit-based company spent six years developing a car that has the looks of a classic car while giving buyers the comfort and performance of a modern […]

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1936 Bugatti Type 575C Atlantic

"1936 Bugatti Type 575C Atlantic"

By   3 months ago

A 210 hp 3.3 liter straight eight, with a 200 km/h (123 mph) top speed and a 0-60 mph time of 10 seconds was unheard of in the mid-1930s, but it was its styling that made the Type 575C Atlantic a classic as soon as it debuted at the Paris Auto Show in 1935. Ettore […]

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1956 Oldsmobile Golden Rocket

"1956 Oldsmobile Golden Rocket"

By   3 months ago

Specifications Wanting to give it a rocket-like feel, designers placed a 234 CID, 275 horsepower engine under the hood, and powered it with a rocket V-8 engine. This was benefitted by the car’s outstanding lightweight fiberglass frame, keeping the total weight of the car around 2,500 pounds. Exterior Sporting gold paint and two seats, the […]

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2014 Mercedes-Benz E350 4Matic

"2014 Mercedes-Benz E350 4Matic"

By   3 months ago

E350 Styling LED lighting on the tail lights is a new feature for the 2014 model year, completing the concept of LED lighting all around. The wrap-around head lights are more slanted than in previous years giving the vehicle a distinctive look, especially when combined with the newly designed grill. The grill incorporates the well-known […]

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Hennessey HPE600 Corvette Stingray

"Hennessey HPE600 Corvette Stingray"

By   3 months ago

Although he’s arguably best known for his “Venom” line of performance-enhanced Dodge/SRT Vipers, John Hennesey has worked with numerous GM vehicles for years, including the Corvette. His first relatively tame trial of the newly-released seventh generation Chevy two-seater demonstrates that the car has a lot of performance potential. A Good Thing Made Even Better Compared […]

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Chevy Colorado Z71 Diesel

"Chevy Colorado Z71 Diesel"

By   3 months ago

The Silverado’s conservative redesign may not have wowed critics, but GM is aiming to turn heads with the upcoming Colorado and Canyon pickup trucks. The slow, rough-riding, Isuzu-based model is being replaced by an Americanized version of its worldwide truck, bringing with it much-needed refinement and a new diesel powerplant. A Mini Silverado Although at […]

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2015 GMC Canyon

"2015 GMC Canyon"

By   3 months ago

The all-new GMC Canyon increases capability and versatility for midsize pickup trucks. It contains a number of new features not previously available in the midsize class.               New standard features included on the 2015 GMC Canyon include: Electric power steering that helps with efficiency because it is not driven […]

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Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra 5 star rating

"Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra 5 star rating"

By   3 months ago

The pickup truck market is hugely important for each member of the Detroit “big three:” Ford, Chrysler, and GM. Profit margins are typically better than most other segments, sales volume is high, and it may be the one corner of the market where imports still don’t dominate. So, while safety may not be quite as […]

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1954 Citroen Truckette

"Citroen Truckette"

By   5 months ago

Citroen Truckette: A Quirky Classic Like the 2CV it was based on, Citroen’s versatile work vehicle never had much appeal for U.S. consumers. In the States, bigger, flashier, more luxurious, and more powerful have long been the factors that motivate buyers. The compact “Tin Snail,” as it was sometimes affectionately called, was the opposite of all […]

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Chevy Cheyenne concept

"Chevy Silverado Cheyenne Concept"

By   5 months ago

Chevy Cheyenne Concept It’s been a while since Chevrolet rolled out a high-performance pickup truck. Fans of lightning-fast pickups may remember the Silverado SS, introduced back in 2003 with a 345-horsepower 6.0-liter Vortec High-Output V8 and plenty of exterior and interior upgrades. The Silverado SS faded away in 2006, but Chevy is keeping the spirit […]

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The Chevy Silverado Black Ops Concept Truck

"Chevy Silverado Black Ops Concept Pickup Truck"

By   6 months ago

Silverado Black Ops This attention-grabbing concept truck was partially inspired by pop culture’s current obsession with zombie invasions, “preppers,” and other end-of-the-world scenarios. “Luck favors the prepared, and the Black Ops concept is a survival kit on four wheels,” stated Chevy design director Dave Ross. “This concept truck showcases the stronger, smarter and more capable […]

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Nissan Titan Getting Cummins Diesel Engine

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By   7 months ago

Nissan Titan While the plan to sell rebadged Ram trucks as Nissan Titans fell through during Chrysler’s bankruptcy, the companies’ new trucks still have a connection: After years of using Cummins diesels as the cornerstone of Ram’s medium duty truck business, Nissan announced it will get its own diesel from the engine manufacturer to power […]

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Dodge Ram Rumble Bee Pickup Truck

"The new concept truck from Dodge, the Rumble Bee Ram 1500"

By   7 months ago

The Rumble Bee Concept Pickup Truck If you were at the recent Woodward Dream Cruise car parade, then chances are you already got a look at the Rumble Bee concept. Based on the 2013 Ram, the two-door regular cab short-bed pickup truck definitely drew its fair share of attention from onlookers, thanks in large part […]

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Bentley Falcon

"New SUV: Bentley Falcon"

By   3 months ago

It wasn’t too long ago that the idea of a “truck” coming from one of the most famous purveyors of luxury British motorcars would have sounded absurd. Times have definitely changed, though. Today’s high-end luxury buyers have far different tastes than those of previous generations. SUVs, with their roomy, upright cabins and bold, assertive image, […]

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2015 Porsche Macan

"2015 Porsche Macan"

By   3 months ago

The 2015 Porsche Macan represents plenty of firsts for the Stuttgart-based luxury performance automaker. For starters, it is the first all-new product to be released since the Cayman of 2006. It is also the first compact crossover SUV ever produced by the company. The latest Porsche officially broke cover at the 2013 L.A. Auto Show […]

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Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography Black

"Range Rover Autobiography Black"

By   5 months ago

The New Range Rover Spaciousness is one of the hallmark attributes of Land Rover’s vaunted Range Rover, but for some owners, there is always room for improvement. It’s common to see well-heeled car buyers clamor for long-wheelbase versions of exclusive vehicles, especially those who prefer to enjoy the trappings of wealth from the back seat. […]

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Subaru Forester: SUV of the Year

"2014 Subaru Forester"

By   6 months ago

The Subaru Forester was recently named Motor Trend Magazine’s SUV of the Year for the second time. This smaller vehicle, for its class, seems to resonate with customers as a car that is not too fancy, yet fun to drive. This vehicle was redesigned for 2014, and the newer model has better fuel efficiency, added […]

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Special Edition Land Rover Defender LXV

"Land Rover Defender LXV"

By   7 months ago

An Iconic Adventure SUV In use around the world since the late 1940s, the original Land Rover has embodied the spirit of off-road adventure for generations. The current iteration of the vehicle, while offering a host of interior, mechanical, and safety advancements that have slowly accumulated over the years, is remarkably similar in design and […]

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Porsche Macan

"The CUV Porsche Macan"

By   7 months ago

Just a little over a decade ago, the idea of a Porsche SUV seemed rather odd. For most of its over 80 year history, the company has focused exclusively on high-end, uniquely German sports cars. The 2002 introduction of the Cayenne, however, changed the company dramatically. Porsche’s first SUV ushered in its new identity as […]

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Volkswagen CrossBlue

"Volkswagen CrossBlue"

By   8 months ago

Volkswagen CrossBlue Although Volkswagen offers a couple of choices in the crossover SUV market, there are a few glaring gaps the German manufacturer could stand to fill. One of those glaring omissions is a three-row crossover that is competitive with the Honda Pilot, Ford Explorer and Nissan Pathfinder. Given the company’s quest to increase its […]

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New Subcompact Jeep

"Fiat Grande Punto"

By   9 months ago

Fiat wants Jeep to get a foothold in the world market, so they are working with the American brand to build a new SUV that will play well on the crowded streets of Europe and Asia. The new vehicle will be in the B-segment crossover market alongside cars like the Mini Countryman, Nissan Juke and […]

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Fiat Espresso Maker

"Fiat 500L Espresso Maker"

By   2 years ago

While most of the world gets the practical, yet boring Panda, the only choice for American motorists who want a Fiat for their commute is the tiny Panda-based 500. To help draw in U.S. customers who need to seat more than two people, the company has developed a stretched four-door version called the 500L. That […]

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Bushwacker Flares

"Bushwacker XJ Flat-Style Flares"

By   2 years ago

Why Install Flares? Fender flares are among the most popular aftermarket 4×4 accessories. They are commonly installed on pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles (SUVs). People choose to install them for two main reasons: utility and style. Flares are ideal for driving in wet and muddy conditions. They prevent the tires from throwing water and […]

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Dubs

dubs

By   2 years ago

Custom Wheels: Then and Now Customized wheels are nothing new. Believe it or not, the practice predates even the invention of the automobile. In Old West times, pioneers and settlers were known to decorate the wheels of their wagons and stagecoaches. The term hub cap, in fact, originally referred to metal or wooden caps fitted […]

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Jeep Camper

"Jeep Camper"

By   2 years ago

The new camper is designed to be hooked to the back of your off-road vehicle and can be towed to any remote locations where your vehicle can travel. Whether you are just going camping at a designated campground or going off-road to some rural location, your camper will be right there with you, providing you […]

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Autodromo

Autodromo Accessories

By   2 years ago

There is something beautiful when a driver looks down at the steering wheel and sees his hands wrapped around the control mechanism of a high performance sports car or even just that hobby vehicle. The only thing that could make the view better is looking down to see that the view is enchanced by some […]

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Banks Power

"Banks Power logo"

By   2 years ago

Company History Started in 1958, Banks Power began as an engineering firm that specialized in automotive engineering. The company has grown consistently, and it currently employs over 200 people. Banks has also expanded into areas of product innovation, research and development, testing and manufacturing of its various products and designs. Company Products Banks has designed […]

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Will the Used iPad Market Resemble a Used Car Lot?

"iPad"

By   2 years ago

Gadget fans enjoy the cachet of having the latest model of the blockbuster iPad tablet. Others are just as well-served by older models, especially since all of the tablets from Apple represent useful and original technological advances. The manufacturer, as well as outside trading platforms such as Nextworth and Gazelle, enables owners of the tablets […]

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Open Source Maps Revolutionize the GPS Industry

"OpenStreetMap logo"

By   2 years ago

Users of GPS navigation systems have had to buy proprietary maps for regions that were not included with their original purchase. In addition, GPS manufacturers have issued and charged for updated maps that their customers have felt compelled to purchase in order to get the most out of their navigation devices. Now, however, users of […]

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Ferrari’s New 059/3 Engine

"Ferrari’s New 059/3 Engine"

By   3 months ago

F1 regulations have changed yet again, moving from naturally aspirated 2.4 liter V8s to 1.6 liter turbocharged V6s for the 2014 season. Our first look at these new engines came when Scuderia Ferrari showed off its new 059/3 powerplant at its yearly pre-Christmas meeting. Since this is an in-development race engine, details are sketchy, but […]

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McLaren Doing Away With Windshield Wipers

McLaren Planning to do away with windshield wipers.

By   3 months ago

All automakers are working on improved aerodynamics for better fuel economy and performance, and these efforts have their biggest effect on supercars. The force from aerodynamic drag goes up exponentially as speed doubles, which means the tiniest improvement can result in a major increase in top speed. The tall, flat shape of windshield wipers make […]

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Volkswagen’s EA288 Engine

"Volkswagen's EA288 Engine for the VW Golf"

By   7 months ago

Volkswagen already dominates U.S. diesel passenger car sales with 80 percent share of the market, but the carmaker is not resting on its laurels. The aging TDI motors is set to be replaced with the new EA288 series, first shown at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in the Cross Coupe plug-in hybrid concept car. This […]

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J.D. Power and Associates Tire Survey

j-d-power-logo

By   1 year ago

J. D. Power and Associates may be best known for its vehicle initial quality ratings, but this is just one of many research studies it does on the automobile industry. The group just released the results of its tire survey, showing what drivers think about the rubber that comes with the company’s new cars. The […]

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Airless Tires

"Airless Tires"

By   1 year ago

A Host of Exciting Advantages Tire technology has not changed all that much in nearly a century. While standard inflatable tires do their jobs well, they have some definite weaknesses. Chief among them is durability. Even the best tires can easily become punctured and render the vehicle unusable until they are repaired or replaced. Particularly […]

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Chevy Corvette Engine

"2014 Chevrolet Corvette Engine"

By   1 year ago

Not many details have come out for the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette. General Motors’ iconic flagship sports car is slated to be all-new for 2014, with a completely new exterior and interior design. Not only is Chevrolet going all out with redesigning its world-renowned, two-seater sports car on the outside and inside, it also has plans […]

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2014 Corvette 6.2 liter LT1 Engine

"2014 Corvette 6.2 liter LT1 engine"

By   1 year ago

GM’s latest tease leading up to the reveal of the C7 Corvette this January is the release of information on their new Gen 5 motor. Dubbed the “LT1,”it will give even the basic version of these sports cars the power to hang with the current Z06, while also improving fuel economy. “New” LT1? Confusingly, this […]

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Continuously Variable Transmissions

"Continuously Variable Transmissions"

By   2 years ago

There is no single car part debated about more than the transmission. While the debate between manual, DSG and automatics rages on, another option, the CVT, has been added to automotive drivetrains. How does it work? Anyone who has ridden a multi-speed bicycle will have an idea about how the CVT functions. Shifting the lowest […]

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How Alternators Work

Alternator

By   2 years ago

How Do Alternators Work? Newer vehicles have a 12-volt direct current (DC) electrical system, while older cars and most motorcycles use a 6V system. Hybrid vehicles separate the electrical system into a 12V section for lighting and in-cabin systems, and use a high voltage system for the drive motor. Older vehicles use a generator that […]

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Squeaking Brakes

"break pads"

By   2 years ago

Brake squeal is a phenomenon that most drivers don’t want to put up with. The brakes are a critical component of any vehicle, since they’re the only things that are able to bring your car to a safe halt. When drivers start hearing unfamiliar noises emanating from their wheels, they usually become a bit panicked. […]

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Carbon Fiber Repair

"Carbon Fiber Repair"

By   2 years ago

Once strictly the domain of exotic cars, improvements in construction have lowered the price of carbon fiber (CF) enough for it to be used in mass production sports cars and aftermarket performance parts. Over the next 10 to 15 years, experts are projecting that the cost of this material could drop below that of aluminum, […]

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Air Cleaner Replacement

"Air Filter Change"

By   2 years ago

How often should an air cleaner be changed? The user manual should list the service interval for the filter, but vehicles regularly driven on dirt roads may need the filter changed twice as often. If you’re unsure, inspect the filter visually and replace or clean it if the filter element looks black. How do I […]

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Five Things to do After Buying a Used Car

" car maintenance"

By   2 years ago

Few people are concerned with car maintenance immediately after purchasing a car. In fact, most people want to focus on showing it off to their friends and family. Taking a few simple steps immediately after purchasing a used car, however, can protect you financially and save you a lot of time and headaches related to […]

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Choosing a Repair Shop to Rebuild After a Collision

wrecked-car

By   2 years ago

Even when insurance covers reconstruction after a collision, most consumers have a choice of service centers to which they can take their cars for major repair. Five factors that consumers should look for when choosing between collision repair shops are: 1. Trade Certification and Consumer Agency Rating Many collision repair centers are members of the […]

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What to do about the “Check Engine” Light on Used Cars

"Check Engine Light"

By   2 years ago

Nearly all vehicles made in the United States feature a “check engine” or “service engine” light of some sort. This feature is designed to notify drivers of possible problems that could affect your vehicle’s performance. Unfortunately, many used cars will have this lamp appear at any point of their operating life. When the “check engine” […]

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Auto Body Repairs

"Auto Body Paint"

By   2 years ago

What does it take to get quality, affordable autobody work done on a vehicle? The whole process from start to finish can be divided into these seven steps: Before You Get Into an Accident 1. Get the Right Insurance Coverage Look over your policy and answer these questions: Is the deductible low enough that you […]

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Mazda Refurbishing Alfred Morris’ 626

Alfred Morris Mazda3

By   6 months ago

“One day, my kids are going to drive that car. If it breaks down, I’m gettin’ it fixed. That’s just how I am.” While most sports stars opt for high-end cars like Land Rovers and Lamborghinis, Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris prefers his “Bentley.” That’s the nickname he gave the 1991 Mazda 626 he […]

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Auto Restoration

McPherson College Auto Restoration

By   1 year ago

Get a top-notch auto restoration education at McPherson College. McPherson College offers a quality education in auto restoration. Learn to restore classic cars as part of McPherson’s Automotive Restoration Technology Program. McPherson College, located in McPherson, Kansas, offers several degree programs in automotive restoration. The Automotive Restoration Technology Program at McPherson College was founded in […]

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DIY Auto Restoration

"Before And After Automobile Restoration 1971 Oldsmobiel Cutlass"

By   2 years ago

Old cars, especially those that showcase the best designs of their era, can be good long-term investments, or simply very enjoyable to drive and collect. Auto restoration, however, is a separate interest in and of its own, and restoration costs incurred by an enthusiast are quite a bit higher than the usual price for a […]

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The Effect of Tire Choices

TireCutaway

By   2 years ago

Low Rolling Resistance As a tire spins, the bottom flattens out to provide a larger contact patch. Bending the tread like this requires energy. A low rolling resistance tire reduces this effect by using a sidewall that is designed to flex vertically. As a side benefit, this helps the tire absorb bumps, improving the ride. […]

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FREEZE!!! Put down the oil change!

oil_change

By   2 years ago

Common Practice It has been commonly known for years that the most optimum time between oil changes is every 3,000 miles. It has been that way since most of us can remember. So why the rush to change the tried and true? Are there any real rules when it comes to changing your engine oil […]

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PPG Industries: The Leader in After-Market Car Paint

"PPG Industries"

By   2 years ago

PPG Industries manufactures a wide range of car paint that has earned a top place among the leading brands of automotive coatings. PPG Industries manufactures and markets a full line of car paint that it sells to automotive restorers via a network of authorized dealers. Automotive paint and coatings from PPG include everything from acid-wash […]

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Depreciation of New Cars: Methods for Keeping Up the Value of Cars

oil-change

By   2 years ago

Introduction Depreciation occurs when new cars become less valuable over a period of time. Cars become less valuable because of mileage, mechanical problems or damage due to accidents or natural causes. Cars also become less valuable because newer models come out on a regular basis. People often have a difficult time keeping their vehicles from […]

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Five Things You Want to Consider Before Restoring Your Car

restoration

By   2 years ago

The Purpose of Your Restoration The purpose for your auto restoration is a strategic first consideration when thinking of restoring a car. You may already have a grip on your personal reasons for restoring a car but understanding the implications of your goal will help you in planning out your job. For example, the restoration […]

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DeWalt Tools

DeWalt Logo

By   2 years ago

The DeWalt Tool Company has long been the gold standard in handheld tools and devices. The company was originally founded in 1936 by Raymond E. DeWalt as a manufacturer of woodworking tools. DeWalt invented the radial arm saw, and turned the success of it into a thriving business. The company was purchased by Black & […]

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Milwaukee Power Tools

"The logo for Milwaukee Power Tools Company"

By   2 years ago

Milwaukee Electric Tool Company has developed a reputation with contractors for a tool that is reliable, heavy-duty and high quality. The company got its start when A.H. Petersen agreed to provide Henry Ford with a drill that was small enough to be held in one hand but powerful enough to perform any task required by […]

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Dependable Wrenches and Power Tools; Makita Tools

"Logo for Makita tools"

By   2 years ago

Company History The company began in 1915 in Japan building electric motors and soon expanded to designing and building electric planers. Through the years, they have expanded their product line, producing many power driven tools and other mechanical systems. In 1935, they began producing electric generators, and in 1962, the company went public on the […]

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Dremel MM40-01 Multi-Max Oscillating Tool

"Dremel MM40-01 Multi-Max Oscillating Tool"

By   2 years ago

Just a few years ago, buyers had only one choice in oscillating tools: the Fein Multimaster. Once the company’s patents on the tool expired, Dremel jumped into the market with their own take, the 6300. Although it was far less powerful than the Multimaster, it was also far less expensive, quickly finding favor with handymen […]

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Wrenches: Craftsman Hand Tool Warranties

Craftsman Logo

By   2 years ago

Craftsman tools have been atop the pack since the 1970s. Several other brands of wrenches have come and gone, but none have made quite the impact that the Craftsman brand has. All Craftsman hand tools have a lifetime waranty, but surely this can’t be the sole reason for their success as many of their contemporary […]

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The LED Lenser X21 Flashlight is a Great Beacon of Intense Light

The LED lensor X21 Flashlight

By   2 years ago

For most people, most of the time, a good flashlight that produces 120 lumens of brightness is more than enough to shed light on the dark inner chambers of an engine, deal with a power outage or light the way during an outdoor adventure. However, for those who truly want to illuminate a large area […]

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Apartment Basics

basic-tools

By   2 years ago

Wrenches, Screwdrivers, and Basic Tools are an Apartment Dweller’s Best Friends. Living in an apartment assumes much of the living space and basics are taken care of by a landlord; however, if something fails not knowing how to perform a basic fix with wrenches or common tools can mean waiting days for a repair person […]

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Wrenches In Space

darkside of the moon

By   2 years ago

Getting there Between July 1969 and December 1972 twelve people walked on the moon as part of the Apollo space mission. Apollo 11 and Apollo 12, as well as Apollo 14 through Apollo 17 all reached their destination. A Command Module, which was manned by one astronaut in lunar orbit, deployed two astronauts in a […]

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2015 Could Bring Dodge

"Rumors of a super charged Challenger SRT at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show"

By   3 months ago

Rumors are spreading of Dodge’s plans to unveil a Charger with a V8 engine thrown under the hood around for its 2015 Challenger model, and it could be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show. Some reports have Dodge unveiling it as separate from the current SRT, while others claim the new model could be called […]

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Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra 5 star rating

"Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra 5 star rating"

By   3 months ago

The pickup truck market is hugely important for each member of the Detroit “big three:” Ford, Chrysler, and GM. Profit margins are typically better than most other segments, sales volume is high, and it may be the one corner of the market where imports still don’t dominate. So, while safety may not be quite as […]

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McLaren Doing Away With Windshield Wipers

McLaren Planning to do away with windshield wipers.

By   3 months ago

All automakers are working on improved aerodynamics for better fuel economy and performance, and these efforts have their biggest effect on supercars. The force from aerodynamic drag goes up exponentially as speed doubles, which means the tiniest improvement can result in a major increase in top speed. The tall, flat shape of windshield wipers make […]

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Crowdfunded Full-Sized Lego Hot Rod

"Full-Sized Lego Hot Rod"

By   4 months ago

Ever since they were introduced way back in 1949, Legos have been a favorite toy of creative kids around the world. Simple and easy to play with but offering nearly endless possibilities, these snap-together bricks encourage the construction of unique vehicles, buildings and more. Well, the bar has now been set incredibly high for Lego-based […]

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Mercedes-Benz Sets Sales Record

"Mercedes-Benz CLA Class 1 sets sales record."

By   6 months ago

Mercedes sold 142,994 cars worldwide in September, which is almost 16 percent more than last year. That’s the most cars the automaker has sold in a month since it was formed 87 years ago. Why is Mercedes-Benz so hot right now? The company recently launched redesigned versions of the A, C and S Class and […]

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2014 Jeep Cherokee Mileage

"2014 Jeep Cherokee Fuel Mileage"

By   7 months ago

Nine-speed Transmission  Due to issues in fine tuning the new nine-speed transmission, the 2014 Jeep Cherokee will not be available on show room floors until later this fall. The transmission is the first of its type to be available on vehicles marketed in the US and is the only one available on this vehicle. If […]

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Volkswagen’s EA288 Engine

"Volkswagen's EA288 Engine for the VW Golf"

By   7 months ago

Volkswagen already dominates U.S. diesel passenger car sales with 80 percent share of the market, but the carmaker is not resting on its laurels. The aging TDI motors is set to be replaced with the new EA288 series, first shown at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in the Cross Coupe plug-in hybrid concept car. This […]

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VW to bring the Golf GTD to US in 2016

"Volkswagen Golf GTD"

By   9 months ago

Golf GTD Officials at Volkswagen have been hinting it for over a year, but now it is official – VW Golf fans will get finally get the Golf GTD, a sporty hot hatch that combines the fuel efficiency of the VW diesel engine with the sporting credentials of the Golf GTI. The catch? Fans will […]

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