donderdag 5 december 2019

Hemmings Daily: Hemmings Find of the Day: 1981 Bristol Double Decker Bus

Hemmings Find of the Day: 1981 Bristol Double Decker Bus
Double decker bus? Double decker bus! It's a 1981 Bristol Bus for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller's description: HERES A UNIQUE ITEM!! 1981 BRISTOL DOUBLE DECKER BUS IMPORTED FROM LONDON AFTER SERVING THE CITY FOR MANY YEARS IN THE LONDON TRANSIT SERVICE… SEATS 75 PEOPLE RIGHT HAND DRIVE – HEAT – NO A/C ALL […]
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Revival of world's oldest car museum begins with exhibit dedicated to concept cars
With attendance on the decline and a stable of noteworthy but ancient vehicles in a royal/imperial palatial setting, France's Musée National de la Voiture needed more than just a shot in the arm, it needed a broad rethinking of its collections and aims. That revival, as the museum's own materials calls it, starts with the […]
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10 more weather-based car names, rated
As mentioned previously, cars need names. In most cases, we prefer those names to be words (even made up words) and not some alphanumeric salad. After all it's an automobile, not a Star Wars droid. And when it comes to picking names, weather is a common source of inspiration for automakers. It's relatable, yet can feel […]
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Dover, Vermont, 1964
Date: 1964 Location: Mount Snow, Dover, Vermont Source: via Travel Vermont What do you see here?
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The company that built all your favorite Subaru rally cars will now restore them too
Prodrive, the racing and engineering company best known for taking Subaru to the top of the World Rally Championship, recently announced that in addition to building race cars, it will now restore them. The work isn't just limited to Subarus, although Prodrive has built more of those – 700 – than any other brand. With […]
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Hemmings Find of the Day: 1942 Plymouth Special Deluxe P14C
Unrestored 1942 Plymouth Special Deluxe P14C convertible for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller's description: This particular example was purchased in 1942 by the original owner for his daughter to drive to college. He bought this car because it was the only new car left on the lot and was not really looking for a […]
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American-style customs in Japan: Highlights from the 2019 Mooneyes Hot Rod and Custom Show
What is it about American car culture that makes it so much more powerful when it's found way beyond its original borders? What makes it all so much amazing when it's translated into foreign languages? When it's interpreted by the Swedes, the Germans, the Italians, Indonesians, Russians, or Japanese? Did we figure out how to […]
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