Car Auctions As the Best Option
When and why do we go to car auctions? What is there in these assemblies that attract people to go and attend them? The first and most important reason is, obviously, cars. You do not have to be a passionate auto enthusiast such as being involved in racing to be able to attend an auction.Just driving or buying is enough reason to be there.What Makes BMW Special?
In 1917, World War 1 was finally coming to an end after nearly 4 years of brutal suffering and intense fighting; it was foreseen that the Germans would lose the war. BMW was originally an Aircraft engine manufacturer, for the Luftwaffe no doubt, was forced to stop immediately due to the ‘Versailles Armistice Treaty’. This lead to the change of demographic as the company moved towards producing motorcycles in 1923, only when the restrictions of the treaty began to fade.History of Mercedes Benz: The 230SL Pagoda
The 230SL W113 pagoda was the first SL in the history of Mercedes Benz that could satisfy two groups of potential owners: the fast sports car enthusiast and the touring car driver, who valued comfort and safety above pure speed. The car was the successor to the mighty 300SL and popular 190SL and the first sports car with a passenger safety cell and front and rear crumple zones.History of Mercedes Benz: The 180 Ponton
In the early 1950s, Daimler-Benz management faced the difficult task to move from a slightly old-fashioned pre-war styling to a more modern outfit for their cars. It was a risk as they did not know, whether their mostly traditional minded customers would be willing to follow them.History of Mercedes Benz: The 190 Fintail
Introduced in 1961, the new four-cylinder Mercedes W110 continued the tradition of the bigger 220 series. Its uni-body construction shared many technical innovations with the larger sibling. Especially the diesel version proved to be so popular that Daimler-Benz had waiting lists throughout its entire production run…Fleet Management: Managing Your Grey Fleet
A company’s grey fleet refers to the collection of employees personal vehicles been used for company’s business journeys. Fleet management involves putting together steps, procedures and policies to manage and regulate the use of employee vehicles for work related travels. Most of the Companies that set up a grey fleet are those whose employees do not need to go on a lot of business related trips.History of Mercedes Benz: The 170S
A four-cylinder luxury sedan did not happen too often in the history of Mercedes. When introduced in 1949 the price of the Mercedes 170 S was so high that only the rich could afford the car. The later added four-cylinder cabriolet versions were the most expensive cars on German roads at that time. Yet these cars laid the groundwork to the future success of Daimler-Benz.History of Mercedes Benz: The 190SL
The 19SL Mercedes, introduced in 1955, was the first sports car in the history of Mercedes that sold in sufficiently large numbers. It was the smaller brother of the mighty 300SL and was built on the demand of Max Hoffman, flamboyant Austrian born US car importer.History of Mercedes: The 300 Adenauer
In the Mercedes history, the number 300 at your vehicle meant luxury motoring at its finest. This was especially true during the first two decades after world war II. The Mercedes 300 became also synonymous with one of its famous owners, the first German chancellor Konrad Adenauer. That is why Mercedes Benz classic car lovers remember it as the Mercedes Adenauer.Tips on How to Clean the Throttle Body of Your Audi and Volkswagen
Contrary to what most car owners think, cleaning the throttle body of a car merely takes minor efforts and an hour or two of one’s time. In fact, once you have cleaned the throttle body of your Audi or Volkswagen, your vehicle will exert a better performance and drivability, particularly in the area of idle and throttle response.