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The new GT350 revealed Nov 17 EAU CLAIRE, Wis., Nov.
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CHERRY HILL, N.J., Nov. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Subaru of America, Inc.
2015 Chevy Malibu and Traverse emphasize family-oriented features and safety STOCKTON, Ill., Nov.
Honda Accord is one of the most popular sedans available at Allan Nott Honda LIMA, Ohio, Nov.
-- Odyssey is the segment-leader offering top IIHS safety ratings since 2011 TORRANCE, Calif., Nov.
Toyota on the Trail in Edmonton adds the 2015 Toyota 4Runner and 2015 Toyota Camry to its inventory EDMONTON, Alberta, Nov.
DAYTONA, Fla., Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The FOAMETIX(®) team arrived last week in Daytona and went straight to work setting up the Corvette C7.R.
Accord recognized for record 29th time since 1983 TORRANCE, Calif., Nov.
2016 Honda HR-V crossover - arriving early next year - delivers dynamic styling, incredibly spacious and versatile cabin and fun, fuel-efficient performance LOS ANGELES, Nov.
Vehículos Automotores Mexicanos (VAM) was founded in 1946 under the Willys Mexicana SA name and manufactured automobiles in Mexico until 1989. It originally produced vehicles licensed under Willys-Overland and American Motors Corporation (AMC). In 1963 the company became government controlled so VAM became its own company, transforming from Willys Mexicana through an agreement with AMC and the government. In late 1980 Renault assumed the majority of AMC ownership in VAM and the last...
The Monarch was a vehicle built by the Monarch Motor Car Company from 1913 to 1917 in Detroit, Michigan. Joseph Bloom founded the company in 1913 and the car was designed by Robert C. Hupp, Bloom’s brother-in-law. Production began and by the spring of 1914, 150 vehicles had been built. There were several models and two body styles eventually built, a four-door sedan and a two-door coupe. The first models were powered by a four-cylinder and sold for around $1,000. A smaller car powered...
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...
Buick is an automobile manufacturer under General Motors (GM) and is the oldest active American brand, and among the oldest in the world. Originally named the Buick Auto-Vim and Power Company in 1899, that manufactured internal combustion engines as well as motor-cars. On May 9, 1903 the company was incorporated as the Buick Motor Company by David Dunbar Buick in Detroit, Michigan. James H. Whiting took over the company later that year and moved it to Flint, Michigan. In 1904 William C....
Dodge is an automobile manufacturer founded in 1900 by Horace Elgin Dodge and brother John Francis. Originally named the Dodge Brothers Company, a supplier of parts and assemblies to Detroit automakers. They began producing complete automobiles in 1915. After the death of the Dodge brothers in 1920, sales dropped and Dodge’s rank fell from third to seventh by 1927. The company was sold by the Dodge brother’s widows in 1925 to Dillon, Read & Co. for at least $146 million. In 1928,...
- A coin originally worth six pennies Scots, and later three; held equivalent to an English halfpenny.
- (in plural) Money; cash.