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2014-09-29 08:20:37

CHICAGO, Sept. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Cars.com, the premier online resource for buying and selling new and used cars, today released an all-new list of the most worry-free cars to buy and own.

2014-09-26 20:20:23

Oil changes and fluid flushes at top of agenda NAPERVILLE, Ill., Sept.

2014-09-26 16:20:51

Beach Mazda compares 2015 Mazda 3 vs. 2015 Toyota Corolla and 2015 Honda Civic MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., Sept.

2014-09-26 16:20:44

Excitement for 2015 Scion tC growing in Illinois NAPERVILLE, Ill., Sept.

2014-09-26 12:20:50

New minivan and crossover SUV continue strong brand recognition NAPERVILLE, Ill., Sept.

2014-09-26 12:20:46

Drivers switching from Toyota Corolla to Nissan Versa in big numbers DAYTON, Ohio, Sept.

2014-09-25 12:22:34

Customers of Illinois dealership eager for release of 2015 Scion FR-S NAPERVILLE. Ill, Sept.

2014-09-25 12:21:32

Consumers shopping for fall deals get more for their money as lots fill with returned leases ATLANTA, Sept.

2014-09-25 08:20:53

Toyota presents Meeting of the Minds 2014 summit in Detroit DETROIT, Sept. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/-- American cities are dramatically changing and face many challenges.

2014-09-24 20:20:18

Also covers 2015 Toyota Sienna and Highlander EDMONTON, Alberta, Sept.

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Alpha Sports
2014-06-23 06:23:23

Alpha Sports (ASP) is a kit car manufacturer from Australia founded in 1962.The original cars produced were based on the Lotus Seven, but over time were redesigned into their own style. ASP cars have also competed in various racing events. In the 1960s Rory Thompson and Ray Lewis built cars based on the Lotus Seven called the “Bacchus Clubman.” Engines used were a BMC B-Series 1500. Later Models were called ASP with their workshop located at Alpha House, Alpha Street, Kensington,...

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