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French Cars

60 Years of the 2CV 2013 is the 65th anniversary of one of motoring’s most enduring cars, the Citroen 2CV.   Looking like a giant silver egg on a trolley with four wheels and an ugly bumper, the French still managed successfully to design and build cars that only the …

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Can Green Cars Save the Auto Industry – Yes

Even as manufacturing giants like G.M. and Chrysler have begun to declare bankruptcy, one thing has become clear: without a massive change in automotive policy, we may see the collapse of some of the best known and respected names in automotive history. However, not everyone in the auto industry is …

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Car Reviews 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander

The name Mitsubishi is pretty much known world-wide as an excellent Japanese car manufacturer. Yet here in Canada, they seem to have been struggling to get the recognition that they deserve. This puzzles me a little, as I come from Europe, where the Mitsubishi name is almost legendary. I can …

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History of Steam Cars

If you want to learn about the innovation and creativeness of man, all you need to do is study the history of the automobile. Four hundred years before Henry Ford ever thought of developing his model T Ford, Leonardo Da Vinci and Isaac Newton were both considering ideas on how …

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Honda Cr v Radio Switch Replace

On CR-V’s with the stereo controls mounted right on the steering wheel, those controls are all part of the same switch assembly.  If this assembly goes bad, it’s very easy to replace, and it can be done in under 10 minutes. If you don’t already have a replacement switch, you …

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