1). The First True Production Model Porsche – The Porsche 356 By : Gregg Hall
The 356 was offered in the beginning as a coupe, a cabriolet, and a roadster and before being taken off the market in 1965 it underwent several modifications. The models that were the most wanted were the Super 90, the Speedster, and the 356 Carrera which often fetches over $150,000 now.
2). Go Online to Find Help With Your Car Repair By : Ian Koch
In this internet age, it is very easy to get a free car help in almost any and every location. All you need is to log in to a computer connected to the internet and use the search engines to find instant help for your car repair.
3). Comprehensive Guide on Buying the Car By : Mitch Johnson
It’s not an easy decision when it comes to buy a car. There’s always a doubt on how you will be able to deal with the dealer. Specially when you don’t know the exact price of the car. These Articles will give you some ideas and tips on how to prepare yourself before get in to the car dealers.
4). New Way of Buying an Unseen Car May Save You a Bundle By : Dan Sherman
A current trend among car buyers is looking to the Internet for prices, information and styles. Many car dealers are using car websites to promote their stock of vehicles and to help consumers make informed decisions.
5). Honda Civic SI - a Japanese Marvel By : Dan Sherman
The Honda Civic SI has always been a sporty little car, good on gas and great for reliability. Well, maybe not always. The first Honda Civic SI models were fair at best, but in a very short period they got better and better.
6). Unforgettable Television Sports Cars from the 1970s By : Gregg Hall
Throughout the 1970s, television programs (particularly hour long action/dramas) often featured heroes with enviable sports cars. Though not every car was particularly memorable or essential to the show’s personality, some television sports cars did manage to leave a lasting impression.
7). The New Shelby Mustang GT500 By : David Anthony
Mustang enthusiasts are in heaven with the recent collaboration between Carroll Shelby and Ford.
8). Boss Mustang: Then and Now By : David Anthony
The Mustang has been loved by car enthusiasts since it was first introduced back in the Swinging Sixties. In fact, the Mustang had one of the most successful auto launches in history!
9). How the Corvette Changed the Sports Car Industry Forever By : Gregg Hall
Harley Earl was an automobile design expert at Chevrolet who noticed the influx of small European sports cars into the United States after World War II. He knew there was a market for a two-seat roadster and convinced Chevrolet to introduce their own version: The Chevrolet Corvette.
10). Choosing the Right International Car Shipping Company By : John Morris
When you think of shipping you usually think of crates and goods and passengers and food and cars - wait! Cars? Yes, cars! It may not seem that popular but transporting cars through ships is a good option for some people...
11). Auto Seat Covers - Ultimate Protection By : John Morris
Funny as it may seem, the most neglected thing in a car are the seat covers. Most people are fascinated with what their cars look like but tend to neglect its interior facilities; much less its auto seat covers...
12). Auto Transport Tips For The First Timer By : John Morris
So, you want to have your car transported a specific location huh? And this is your first time? You must be tentative because you’ve never done this before and you don’t want anything to go wrong, especially due to the significant investment your car has been...
13). Shelby Mustangs: Everlasting Allure By : David Anthony
Shelby Mustangs are legendary are they are known amongst true fans as classics that can never be duplicated. They were the first “muscle cars,” the first street racing cars that got young men’s blood boiling everywhere.