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Media post: The fascinating story behind Jeep

Jeep can be considered as a patriotic automaker that has developed into an iconic American brand today. Recognized as a vehicle that assisted in winning World War 11, Jeep has an interesting history that reveals that tenacity is the key to success.  Jeep Seattle has an interesting history of the…

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Media Post: EVs and Raw Material Ethical Issues 

The days of uncertainty involving the usefulness of electric vehicles for transportation and freight are definitely over. They are everywhere now and for good reason. Let’s start with the fact that electric vehicles are cheap in the long run and their operation is emission-free. Attributes like this are just some…

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Media post: A Few Intriguing Car Tales

The 1957 Cadillac had a mini bar built into the glovebox The 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham was commonly referred to as “the Frank Sinatra car” because Sinatra loved them. Perhaps one of the reasons was that the Eldorado Brougham had a factory-installed, magnetized minibar in the glovebox. That’s right storage…

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Media post: All About Presidential State Limousines

Early presidential limousines were mildly-modified Cadillacs and Lincolns but today’s presidential limousines are so heavily modified that only a tiny fraction of each vehicle comes from a car manufacturer. The rest is custom made by military contractors and other authorized suppliers. With the assistance of groganstownechryslerdodge.com, we put together an…

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Media post: Four Forgotten Muscle Cars

Buick Wildcat 445 Yes, Buick made a muscle car. The Wildcat 445 was produced by Buick from 1962 to 1970. It  was a full-sized automobile offered big time performance. Power choices for the Wildcat 445 began with the standard 445 V-8, so named because of its torque output not it’s…

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Media post: Five Iconic Automobiles

AC Cobra In 1953, Chevrolet introduced a two-seater sportscar with a fiberglass body and a triple-carbureted, six-cylinder engine. Called the Corvette (after small WWII attack ships of the same name), sales were slow at first but picked up quickly. This, of course, did not go unnoticed by the folks at…

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Media post: Car Cleaning Tips

Perhaps there are a few people who don’t mind a messy car, but we think it’s reasonable to say that most people would rather have a clean one. Problem is, it’s easy to say you’d like a clean car, but then you have to do it (clean it) and that…

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Media post: The DIY Supercar

For those who are unfamiliar with the term, a supercar is a type of exotic sports car which offers ultra-high performance. Some of the more common names are McLaren, Lamborghini, Bugatti, Ferrari and Koenigsegg. Each of these companies makes their own distinctive type of supercar and all have outrageous price…

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Media post: Change Intervals for Functional Fluids

There are several systems in your car that use oil-based fluids for “functional purposes.” This means the fluids are a part of a particular system and perform things like hydraulic movement and lubrication. A non-functional fluid would be something like the cleaning fluid in your windshield washer system. In this…

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