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The Nissan Maxima. These cars can be found everywhere. Now. They have a reputation at being very sturdy and dependable. They are known to last and you spot many still on the road from the 97's and 98's. As the years progressed, they steadily change shapes and sizes, though. They have a long history dating back to the 70's and were once made in Japan.
Published by Cameron Davis 63 months ago in Automobile History | +1 votes | 0 comments
A Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) or Off Roader, known in some countries as a four wheeler as a four- wheel drive, ( abbreviated to 4WD or 4*4 - pronounced "four by four") or soft roaders, is a type of vehicle which combines the load-hauling and passengers- carrying capacity of a large station wagon or minivan with features designed for off-road driving.
Published by Manjul Mayank 235 months ago in Automobile History | +0 votes | 0 comments
Although they stopped making these vehicles, they remained highly popular in the public eye. And one of the main reasons Ford stopped making them was because they were made so good. Ford built these cars to last so whoever owned them would make money off them in the long run. That being said, this car holds true to representing an American Icon. This car is worth value in decent condition and its history compliments its value.
Published by Cameron Davis 71 months ago in Automobile History | +9 votes | 3 comments
The Jeepney and the Tricycle are considered the King and Prince of the Road in the Philippines. These iconic figures dates back its creation after World War II. Both vehicles are unique having flamboyant vibrant colors and flashy graphics painted on the body of the vehicles. It is the most popular means of transportation since it is very cheap.
Published by Teddy Sy 71 months ago in Automobile History | +6 votes | 0 comments
The Dauphine looks like a Frégate but on a smaller scale, and this is a rear-engined economy car. Its design is a three box of the ponton genre. It has four doors, and rear bypassing windows. The line was revised after consultation of the famous designer Ghia who added air intakes close to the rear doors. The colours, namely a range of pastels and matching upholsteries were very modern for the time. As for its name, you will discover its meaning and beautiful logo.
Published by Francois Hagnere 72 months ago in Automobile History | +11 votes | 10 comments
People spend thousands of dollars on cars. But there are some vehicles that are so rare, they are worth dozens of times more than your common sedan. Some very fortunate people have the money to purchase cars that are worth millions of dollars. What vehicle could possibly be worth that much? Read below.
Published by Harrison Taylor 74 months ago in Automobile History | +2 votes | 7 comments
The history of the car industry. From its humble beginning in workshops by Daimler, Benz in Germany and in France Panhard. Henry Ford's assembly line developed mass production till today's electric car. The invention of cars not only changed the whole way of life but it grew into a powerful industry.
Published by Maria Hardy 76 months ago in Automobile History | +3 votes | 3 comments
success of car dealerships depends on empowering your staff and building their confidence.
Published by Martin Dansky 80 months ago in Automobile History | +4 votes | 0 comments
Audi R8 Car Review.Interior, Engine, Colors, Price, Options and Extras.
Published by Antony 83 months ago in Automobile History | +8 votes | 1 comments
A look at why some countries drive on the left and most of the others on the right.
Published by Johnny Dod 83 months ago in Automobile History | +18 votes | 6 comments
Glacier National Park is located in the north western part of the big sky country, Montana.Red bus transportation is used for enjoyment and safety for visitors during June to September. As a resident of Montana for 30 years, my experience, research and memory will serve as an excellent guide in both Glacier Park and about the red bus.
Published by Roberta Baxter 70 months ago in Automobile History | +22 votes | 8 comments
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