The phone questions to ask when buying a used car are important for a number of reasons. They will help you determine if the seller is a legitimate owner or a broker. You do not want to be buying from anyone who is pretending to be the owner. Therefore the questions that you ask will…

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In this video I show you how to clean car carpets – the easy way. Whether you are just doing a weekend cleanup on your car, or maybe preparing to sell your car, it pays to clean the carpets and remove unsightly stains. The only things you need are a can of Tuff Stuff and…

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How to Be Fearless When Buying a Car / Tips for Buying a Used Car Most people begin the process of buying a car with a sense of fear if not outright dread. It’s hard to feel good about something that you do only once every 3-5 years. The sense of fear is very real…

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Eating out in Shenzhen is one of the wilder experiences in life. For one you must understand that the Chinese are in love with heat. Tea and food come to you in extreme temperatures. This is mainly for sanitation purposes, as in either smoking out your intestines with Szechwan spices or just simply boiling things…

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The 50-millionth Toyota sold in the US was a Camry. That was good enough reason for Toyota to reward the buyer of that Camry something special. Even though the buyer Michael Dee had financed his purchase, Toyota showed up at a family BBQ and gave the title to him. Toyota group vice president Bill Fay showed up not only to…

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Fans of James Bond movies can now rejoice! The Lotus Esprit Submarine, from the movie “The Spy Who Loved Me” is now up for sale. Click on the link below for more information and additional pictures. via A Car That Doubles Up As A ‘Submarine’ – DesignTAXI.com.

From the humble beginnings in 1983 the Toyota Camry has blossomed into the best-selling passenger car ever to be produced. Amazingly there have been over 10 million Camry’s sold to date, and for good reason. They are simply great cars. The 5th generation Camry that ran between 2002-2006 is no exception. It is critical, however,…

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In the mid 1960s, Ernie Adams (currently) of Maricopa, Arizona started “taking the design of early Classic American Cars and scaling them down to a smaller size” inspired by a dream he had. He used the steel from old refrigerators to build his first working “dwarf car” and it resembled a 1928 Chevy 2 door…

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Greg Macke is a professional car buyer and consumer advocate. He has worked closely in the industry to improve the buyers experience. His internet tutorials offer help to the car buying public. Visit him at www.yourcarangel.com First Ever Car Radio In 1930, the Galvin Corporation introduced one of the first commercial car radios, the Motorola…

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Jakarta-based artist Ichwan Noor has somehow managed to turn a vintage Volkswagen Beetle into a perfect sphere. The work is part of an ongoing series that has previously seen Noor turn another VW Beetle into a cube. This particular piece was unveiled at this years Art Basel and will set you back $88,000 USD. via…

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