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Condition:New UPC:697095006439 MPN:7714050 Brand:Schultz Mfg

London Motor Show News | British International Motor Show 2008 | CAR Magazine Online

Wed, 25 Jun 2008 00:00:00 -0700

By Tim Pollard Motor Shows 25 June 2008 09:00 No show, no blogs… yet! Come back to CAR Online after 22 July 2008 for the best insight from CAR’s award-winning editorial team. We’ll be prowling the show stands to dig out the stories that matter – and providing the context to make sense of the news and announcements at the Excel centre in London’s Docklands.

German Parts Pillagers Roam the American Southwest, Sending Treasures Home For Future Car Museum

Tue, 08 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Quite a few older European cars are purchased in rust-free parts of the United States and then shipped back to the home continent, and this process tends to intensify when the Euro gets stronger versus the dollar. While that's going on, crews of European gearheads also roam the wrecking yards of the Southwest, filling shipping containers with parts to ship back home; I know of a trio of Swedes who come to Colorado every year and ship home tons of parts, but they've got nothing on this pair of Germans. These gentlemen fly to the United States four times each year, spending two or three weeks each trip, and send home cars and shipping containers packed with parts, all as part of a scheme to open up a car collection showcasing "cars from the road." They were kind enough to send me a bunch of photos of their most recent trip, so let's see what their enviable lifestyle looks like.

Australia's Holden to cease production after 2017, GM says

Wed, 11 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

General Motors, in the latest blow to Australia's auto industry, will end vehicle and engine manufacturing and scale back engineering operations in the country by the end of 2017. The company's Holden unit, a mainstay in Australia for decades, cited the high cost of manufacturing in one of the world's smallest but most competitive markets and one that has also been upended by a steady rise in imports, mostly from southeast Asia. There has been widespread speculation of the move in recent days and earlier Tuesday, in Australia, GM officials said no decision had been made.