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If it's too good to be true, it probably is I purchased the car in US and I moved to Europe, in Poland the law is different recording the registration of a vehicle that is outside of Europe, it is expensive and difficult to register this car in Poland, this is the reason of selling. Instead of letting it sit in the garage I've decided to sell it at low price.
How to handle your fuel "One way to safely get rid of a winter mix of gasoline is to put it in your car with a funnel. This way, that small amount of remaining fuel will mix in with gasoline in your larger tank." While carefully disposing of old fuel, inspect your existing fuel containers for cracks and leaks.
Franklin Park police: Man uses fraudulent check to pay for $600 in car repairs Franklin Park police are searching for a man who used a fraudulent check to pay for $626.92 worth of work from a auto repair shop on March 7.
Murray's monster machine collection THERE are trucks, then there are TRUCKS, and then there are Murray Langford's TRUCKS! To this casual observer, Murray's collection is at the pinnacle of classic truck restoration. Originally from the Adelaide Hills but moving to Mount Gambier when he was about six-years-old, Murray's family on both sides were farmers.
Tuesday, April 7: Pop TV's Quirky, Endearing 'Schitt's Creek' Series Finale Schitt's Creek Pop TV, 8pm Series Finale!: After six seasons, the acclaimed, Emmy-nominated and flat-out hilarious comedy from Eugene and Daniel Levy comes to an end. Along with the Levys, the series also stars Catherine O'Hara, Annie Murphy and Chris Elliott.
Car dealer ordered to pay nearly £8,000 for 'dangerous' cut-and-shut Ford Escort A car dealer who sold a 'dangerous' cut-and-shut Ford Escort has been ordered to pay nearly £8,000. Darren Van de Weg appeared at Worthing Magistrates' Court on March 20 after an investigation by West Sussex Trading Standards, and admitted selling the unsafe car, which was made up of two vehicles welded together.
This Restomod Mercedes 600 Pullman Maybach Is One Of A Kind This restored and modernised Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman Maybach retains 6.3-litre V8 engine and four-speed transmission from the original W100.
Battered 1982 Ford Fiesta 'hot hatch' tipped to sell for £22k after amazing five-year transformation from metal shell A ONCE battered Ford Fiesta 'hot hatch' is tipped to sell for £22,000 after undergoing a five-year restoration.
Tibbits Talk: Charles Burr-Peter Riopelle-Summer Theatre Artistic Director Current Tibbits Summer Theatre Artistic Director Charles Burr and incoming director Peter Riopelle were our guests on this week's Tibbits Talk.
The 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona The 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona. The 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona evolved from Dodge's Charger fastback, introduced in 1966. The Charger fastback was conceived for the racetrack, but actually performed quite poorly in competition.
Site of failed Transperience museum in Low Moor to become industrial estate Sir Robert Ogden Estates submitted the planning application to build over 1,360 square metres of industrial buildings on empty land off Transperience Way, just off the Euroway Industrial Estate and near the M606, late last year. The application was approved by planning officers at Bradford Council last week.
Battered 1982 Ford Fiesta XR2 'hot hatch' is tipped to sell for £22,000 following restoration The Fiesta XR2 was hugely-popular with boy racers in the 1980s but is now a collectors' item among former owners. This 1982 model looks exactly as it did when it left the factory following the painstaking restoration by its current owner.
Meet the world's greatest art detective - Striking images of life inside North Korea. - The sexiest cartoons ever made? - The restoration that shocked the world. The call could be a tip-off, a lead, or a confession of sorts. It could be the first breadcrumb Brand needs to begin tracking down a multi-million-pound painting.
Are Transmission Flushes Necessary? You can also send us an email. 3133 Saturn Road Garland, Texas 75041. A lot of car owners ask whether a transmission flush is necessary. The quick answer is yes, they are important. Like any other component of a car, the transmission fluid deteriorates over time and thus, needs to be replaced.
Drag Race-Winning 1963 Shelby Cobra 289 to be Auctioned at Mecum Indy 2020 Having gone through a 12-year restoration process.
We'd Buy That! 1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V The big, bodacious beauty was hiding on Craigslist just west of Des Moines, Iowa. It's huge, it's all-original, in great shape, and seems like a pretty good deal with an asking price of $5,000. According to the seller, the car "is loaded with moonroof, power windows, seats, locks, cruise control, cold AC.
Reader Wheels: 1949 Ford custom Ira Klingenmeyer owns this slick 1949 Ford custom. "The body work was done by ARTS Custom Shop Providence, R.I.," he says. "The body has frenched headlights with Mercury Chrome rims. The doors have been shaved to show a smooth handle-less look.
Reader Photo: Mystery Car "My dad, Russ Strait, is in the center here with a couple of his pals," says Lester Strait, of Southlake, Texas. "I suspect this was taken in the 1930s before my dad enlisted in the Navy. My dad was a farm boy at the time living south of Perry, Iowa. I'll bet the car belonged to the fellow on the left.
Not on the radar…. Auctions and COVID-19 Weather is something that an auctioneer pays attention to when conducting Live/Online auctions. Growing up on a farm in South Dakota, you learn to watch the weather. We used to step outside and watch the clouds, but now we can just watch the radar on your phone to plan for potential inclement weather.
Weathered Wheels: 1950s Kaiser sedan Tom Miller, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., had a pleasant surprise during some recent travels - an early-1950s Kaiser four-door sedan sighting. "How rare is that? A Kaiser with a visor," notes Miller. "But no grille or motor." Somebody has been mowing around this survivor for quite a while.
Wreck of the Week: 1950s Ford delivery truck This Pisano Bakery truck advertised bread and rolls on its cargo box, but this load never made it to its destination. Instead, the truck wound up rolling and throwing bakery goods all over the road. The Pisano Bakery operated out of Redwood City, Calif., in the 1950s before moving to East Bay.
After Rusting Away In Lockdown For 40 Years, 1964 Jaguar E-Type Gets A New Lease On Life Check out the before and after pictures of this classic Jaguar E-Type Series 1.
Car of the Week: 1954 Chevrolet Corvette Ken Amrick can look back and chuckle about it now. He admits he made a pretty big mistake - at least by his own exacting standards - when he really got neck deep into restoring his 1954 Chevrolet Corvette roadster.
TV best bets with ‘Modern Family’ and ‘Schitt’s Creek’ series finales, return of ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’ and ‘The Good Fight� Originally posted Monday, April 6, 2020 by RODNEY HO/[email protected]
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