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nice lot of 23 factory owners manuals as follows. First Picture: 1st row, 1965 Chevrolet, 1968 Chevrolet, 1969 Chevrolet   2nd Row 1974 Oldsmobile,1975 Camaro, 1977 Monte Carlo  3rd row 1969 Toyota, 1973 AMC, 1977 Chevrolet.
Second Picture: 1st Row, 1979 Oldsmobile, 1967 Dodge Dart, 1971 Dodge Dart/Demon    Second Row,  1973 Ford, 1973 Ford, 1973 Ford Pinto.   3rd Row 1968 Mercury, 1967 Plymouth Fury, 1970 Plymouth Duster
Third Picture: 1st Row, 1969 Plymouth Fury, 1967 Cadillac, 1971 Cadillac,   2nd Row, 1972 Monte Carlo, 1968 Pontiac, 1966 Pontiac Tempest,  3rd Row 1968 Pontiac Warranty Free Shipping

Mercedes CLA to debut at Beijing

Fri, 30 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Mercedes CLA to debut in Beijing (new A Class pic tured) The Mercedes CLA – which is a four door coupe based on the new A Class – will debut at the Beijing Motor Show in April. We’ve been stumbling around what to call Mercedes’ baby CLS for a long time. But it looks like things may have become clearer after Mercedes announced that they will debut a new small 4 door coupe at the Beijing Motor SHow – the Mercedes CLA.

Gibbs launches new high-speed amphibian vehicles

Wed, 08 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Michigan-based Gibbs Technologies has released two new high-speed, commercial-grade amphibian vehicles, named the Phibian and the Humdinga. The Phibian is a 30-foot-long, nearly 12-foot-tall craft capable of highway speeds on land and more than 30 mph (26 knots) in the water. Constructed mainly of carbon fiber, the Phibian can hold up to 15 people, including a crew of three.

Is the Citroen DS6 on its way after all?

Sat, 15 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

The Citroen Numero 9 Concept (pictured) perhaps previews the new DS6 There have been very strong hints from Citroen for some time that the end of the Citroen C6 wasn’t the end of bigger Citroens, even if big Citroens have a history of only really selling well in France. That always made sense because Citroen now has a new market that appreciates bigger cars, particularly bigger cars that have smaller engines, and that’s China. We thought a DS6 was on its way in 2012 when ┬áCitrone revealed a teaser photo on its Facebook page.