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The all-new vehicles are the latest to arrive at Matt Ford in Eastern Independence KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec.
Midsize sedan to receive $5,500 discount NAPERVILLE, Ill., Dec.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Dec.
Mike Castrucci Ford of Milford celebrates holiday season with amazing lease specials CINCINNATI, Dec.
The e-gas project responds to the transition towards mega cities and regions by offering flexibility, power, and choice of greener, more sustainable modes of mobility LONDON, Dec.
Up to 20 percent off MSRP on popular models offered NAPERVILLE, Ill., Dec.
Great West Chrysler emphasizes safety features of 2015 Chrysler 200 EDMONTON, Alberta, Dec.
Nearly 6,000 Car Enthusiasts Snapped Selfies in the Sheen of Their Car for a Chance to Win CHICAGO, Dec.
Maine dealership now home to new pony car models from Chevrolet AUBURN, Maine, Dec.
MUNICH, December 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- - Worldwide Sales up 7.6% with 188,342 Deliveries - Year-to-date Deliveries Increase 7.1% to Total 1,902,699
Plymouth is a subsidy of the Chrysler Corporation formed in 1929 as a lower-end vehicle. During the depression of the 1930s, Plymouth’s sales kept the Chrysler Corporation intact and by 1931 it rose to third in the automobile industry. By the mid-1930s, Plymouth began to be exported to other countries around the world such as, Sweden, Denmark, UK and Australia. In 1939, 417,528 Plymouths were produced and 5,967 of them were convertible coupes with a rumble seat. It was advertised as...
The General Motors Le Sabre was a 1951 concept car and perhaps one of the most important show cars of the 1950s. Developed by General Motors Art Department head Harley Earl, the Le Sabre introduced aircraft-inspired designs, which include the wrap-around windshield and tail fins. These early concepts in the auto industry further inspired cars produced later in the decade and beyond. The design of the Le Sabre was Earl’s attempt to incorporate the look of a modern fighter jet into...
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