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US $1,800.00
Year:2000 Mileage:129000
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Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

 

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Adelphi Auto Service ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Gas Stations
Address: 2301 University Blvd E, Landover-Hills
Phone: (301) 422-1440

Bryant`s Garage ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Tire Dealers, Construction & Building Equipment
Address: 817 Mountain View Rd, Nanjemoy
Phone: (540) 659-2359

Brian Cowan`s Auto Center ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Inspection Stations & Services, Tire Dealers
Address: 22 Ferry Rd, Elk-Mills
Phone: (856) 678-8686

Far East Motors Service Center ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automobile Machine Shop
Address: 963 Selim Rd, Spencerville
Phone: (301) 476-5959

Family Auto Care Mercedes BMW Specialist ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Used Car Dealers
Address: 7657 Binnacle Ln, Owings
Phone: (410) 257-7009

Baltimore Auto Expert Inc ★★★★★

Automobile Body Repairing & Painting
Address: 6127 Reisterstown Rd # B, Baltimore
Phone: (410) 358-0958

Auto blog

Volvo building new AstaZero safety proving ground in Sweden

Mon, 25 Aug 2014 17:45:00 EST

Volvo is an automaker committed to vehicle safety, setting an ambitious target for itself: by 2020, the Swedish automaker envisions that no one will be killed or seriously injured in one of its cars. In order to achieve that goal, Volvo has announced a new proving ground designed specifically to test safety solutions.
Called AstaZero, the new facility near the company's headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden, is the result of a $70 million investment. It will cover some 500 acres, with over 60 acres of pavement, four city blocks and three and a half miles of highway. The Active Safety Test Area (the ASTA in AstaZero) will enable Volvo and its partners (including Scania trucks as well as government bodies and university development programs) to simulate city streets, highways, rural roads, roundabouts, T-junctions and more, combining traffic from cars, pedestrians, bicycles, motorcycles, buses, trucks and even animals in order to account for all manner of potential hazards.
The facility will enable Volvo to test active safety systems and autonomous vehicle operations, and even allow robots to test its prototypes in an adaptive environment that aims to be more flexible than existing proving grounds. Read more about Volvo's commitment to safety in the press release below.

Tony Nicolosi named CEO of Volvo Cars North America

Fri, 04 Oct 2013 08:00:00 EST

Volvo announced today that it has named Tony Nicolosi, president and CEO of Volvo Car Financial Services VCFS), as the new CEO of Volvo Cars of North America (VCNA). Nicolosi replaces John Maloney, who chose to leave due to family obligations after Volvo offered him a position in Europe.
Volvo says Nicolosi will remain president and CEO of VCFS while he assumes VCNA's top position. The Swedish automaker also says a "permanent successor [to Maloney] as President and CEO will be the subject of a later announcement."
The move comes as part of a management shakeup that's part of a "larger transformation taking place at Volvo," the automaker says.

Turn up your speakers for this Shelby-powered Sunbeam Tiger and friends

Wed, 18 Jun 2014 20:02:00 EST

Most of us are never going to be like Jay Leno and drive a new car every day. However, it's possibly affordable to collect a handful of vintage rides, especially if you look a touch off the beaten path. In recent video, Petrolicious highlights Hans Abrahams, who is doing just that. He has three 1960s, European classics that love to be driven.
The absolute star of the trio is a 1966 Sunbeam Tiger. In the cabin, it has the meaty growl of a muscle car, but outside it has a little of the raspiness of period European cars. Abrahams says its mostly original except for its Ford 289-cubic-inch (4.7-liter) V8 with Shelby parts, producing around 273 horsepower. He says it's a bit difficult to maintain and hard to keep cool, but when you hear it, you know the trouble is worth it.
Next up, is Abrahams' 1965 MGB that is a bit of a monster in its own right. It lacks the Tiger's oomph under the hood, but it's loud enough to blow out Petrolicious' microphone. It's still a very cool little roadster.