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Charter Boat Charts Sea Grit To Little Egg Inlet To Hereford Inlet on


Himrod, New York, United States

Himrod, New York, United States

I'm selling a laminated, waterproof, Charterboat Chart with Sea Girt to Little Egg Inlet on one side and Little Egg Inlet to Hereford Inlet on the other. This was packed away for 30 years so time to pass it on to another boat owner. This chart is in excellent condition and includes New Jersey Coast Loran Numbers to Ocean Fishing areas from Sandy Hook to Cape May, not far from shore.

Ford and GM tie-in with Apple

Thu, 10 Aug 2006 00:00:00 -0700

Having established a relationship with Nike for recycling materials as demonstrated on the Ford Reflex concept, Ford has now joined GM in collaborating with Apple to ensure their cars are iPod compatible. Rather than the retrofitted wire many drivers have had to resort to, cars will offer a bespoke area in the glove compartment that also acts as a charging point, the iPod instead controlled through the car?s GUI. By the end of the year, 70% of all new models sold in America are expected to be iPod compatible, an arrangement that furthers Apple?s continuing domination of the MP3-player market and one that will introduce Apple to the car-computer market, anticipated to be worth $6billion by 2010.

Win one of six pairs of Polaroid sunglasses

Tue, 30 Jun 2009 00:00:00 -0700

By James Popsys Competitions 30 June 2009 09:30 The summer is here and CAR Online has teamed up with Polaroid sunglasses to give away six pairs of its range-topping shades. Click here to enter our competition. Polaroid was the inventor of polarising lens technology in 1930s, so all the sunglasses we’re giving away feature polarised lenses, which deliver 100% UV protection and block glare, rather than just making things darker.

Chevrolet Bids Farewell To Europe

Thu, 05 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

AMERICAN car giant General Motors has made a surprise announcement that from 2016 its Chevrolet brand will be no more in Europe. The company has stated that it wishes to concentrate on long established brands Opel and Vauxhall instead. All is not lost, as GM will keep what it says is its ‘iconic’ models such as the Corvette, while the firm intends to focus attention on its traditional American luxury brand Cadillac ahead of a greater European push in the next few years.