 1919 Republic Truck
 Old car    Old pick up truck
Early SteamPowered CarsIn 1769, the very firstself-propelled roadvehicle was amilitary tractorinvented by Frenchengineer a...
 Toyota (Japan) General Motors (USA) Volkswagen group (Germany) Ford (USA) Honda (Japan) PSA Peugeot Citroen (France...
 4-Door Sedans - Sedans are a good choice for most    automobile shoppers   2-Door Coupes - Coupes are usually driven by...
 Mini-Vans - If youre constantly carting kids or cargo, a  minivan may be your best choice Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs)...
   1Buy a cheap model muscle car such as a Chevelle or Nova, and a stockcar like Tony stewarts or Jeff    gordons.   Ads...
 http://www.car-history.org/automobile_timeline/ http://inventors.about.com/od/cstartinventions/a/Car  _History.htm htt...
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  1. 1.  1919 Republic Truck
  2. 2.  Old car  Old pick up truck
  3. 3. Early SteamPowered CarsIn 1769, the very firstself-propelled roadvehicle was amilitary tractorinvented by Frenchengineer andmechanic, NicolasJoseph Cugnot (1725- 1804). Cugnot useda steam engine topower his vehicle,built under hisinstructions at theParis Arsenal bymechanic Brezin.
  4. 4.  Toyota (Japan) General Motors (USA) Volkswagen group (Germany) Ford (USA) Honda (Japan) PSA Peugeot Citroen (France) Hyundai-Kia (South Korea) Nissan (Japan) Renault-Dacia-Samsung (France) DaimlerChrysler (Germany)
  5. 5.  4-Door Sedans - Sedans are a good choice for most automobile shoppers 2-Door Coupes - Coupes are usually driven by single adults or childless couples Station Wagons - An active family will want to look at minivans, sport utility vehicles, or station wagons Convertibles - Most convertibles are sports cars, meaning two seats, high-performance engines and superior handling Sports Cars - Sports cars were originally European two-seat roadsters designed for both daily travel and week-end racing hobbyists.
  6. 6.  Mini-Vans - If youre constantly carting kids or cargo, a minivan may be your best choice Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) - I mentioned in the Station Wagon category how I regard SUVs Pickup Trucks - More new pickup trucks are sold in this country than any other type of vehicle Vans - If you transport large amounts of cargo or need room for more than seven adults, a full-size van is your only option.
  7. 7.  1Buy a cheap model muscle car such as a Chevelle or Nova, and a stockcar like Tony stewarts or Jeff gordons. Ads by Google Verano Official Site Introducing the New Buick Verano. View Photos, Features and More! www.Buick.com/Verano 2Take the muscle cars body and increase the size of the fender openings with a dremel tool with a sanding drum. Dremels are available at places like Home Depot, Lowes and other hardware stores. 3Remove the tires of the stockcar model and make sure the rims and tires fit the chassis of the muscle car. If the hole in the rim is not big enough for the stock car tire, drill it out. Make sure that the tires are not rubbing the fenders. 4Assemble the interior with a rollbar made of styrene added. Only put 1 seat, the dashboard and steering wheel, and the shifter, nothing else (you can buy styrene tubing at hobby stores, but you dont need a rollbar). 5Paint the muscle car. 6Get racing numbers and apply them to the muscle car. 7Use aluminum duct tape or sheet metal and cover the headlights, tail lights and all other lights of the muscle car. The only glass that should be in the car is the front windshield - no other glass. 8Install everything else on the car (the engine, wheels from the stockcar etc. etc).
  8. 8.  http://www.car-history.org/automobile_timeline/ http://inventors.about.com/od/cstartinventions/a/Car _History.htm http://ryankett.hubpages.com/hub/Top-Car- Manufacturers http://www.smartmotorist.com

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