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Client Stories Names Finest Automotive In Every Section For 2018

Lots of the changes occurring within the automotive market today, including tightened credit markets in a capital-intensive business and increased authorities involvement are the newest international challenges. A 1,250 cc Screamin’ Eagle version of the Revolution engine was made out there for 2005 and 2006, and was present thereafter in a single manufacturing model from 2005 to 2007. In 2008, the 1,250 cc Revolution Engine turned commonplace for the entire VRSC line. Harley-Davidson claims 123 hp (ninety two kW) at the crank for the 2008 VRSCAW mannequin. The VRXSE Destroyer is supplied with a stroker (75 mm crank) Screamin’ Eagle 79 cubic inch (1,300 cc) Revolution Engine, producing more than one hundred sixty five hp (123 kW).

Indonesia automotive business has developed quickly over the years and continues to grow. The problems facing your administration staff in the present day are becoming increasingly advanced and complex as competition intensifies and … Read More

10 Best Ford Excursion stories on TruckTrend.com

With turnabout being fair play and all, it’s only right that we give Ford’s Excursion equal time, with a collection of 10 reports about the massive sport-utility rig that were originally published in Truckin, TruckTrend, Diesel Power, and 8-Lug magazines.

If you faithfully follow our top-10 rundowns, you’ve already read the story highlighting Chevy’s Suburban. The Ford Excursion was introduced in 1999, in essence, as an “answer” for Suburban, which for years completely owned the fullsize-SUV market.

Founded on a Super Duty F-250 chassis, the Excursion was 19 feet long, 6-feet, 8-inches wide, and 77.2 inches tall. As overall dimensions go, it was the giant in the segment by far, and throughout the big rig’s 1999-2006 production run, 5.4L gas and 7.3L and 6.0L diesel V-8, as well as a gasoline 6.8L V-10 were its only powerplants.

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10 Best truck racing stories on TruckTrend.com

Competitiveness is a quality that is inherent in all humans. Yes, it may be stronger in some people than it is in others, but competition at any level is almost impossible to deny, nonetheless.

Thankfully, racing, one-on-one, or in group form, was created long ago (according to information sourced from Google, 1895), and to date, it arguably is the best outlet for determining supremacy as the quickest, fastest, best vehicle, and/or driver.

Technically, anything capable of motion can race. Of course, trucks are our focus (and cars when they’re powered by diesel engines), and over the years we’ve published many articles about racing rigs, equipment, tracks, technology, and the like. This breakdown puts a spotlight on 10 of those stories, and we will likely revisit this particular topic at a future time.

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Wildest Stolen Car Stories On Motorious

Stealing an enthusiast’s car is like taking away a piece of their soul. The disgusting criminals who commit these auto thefts have no regard for the blood, sweat, and tears that go into most classic and muscle car builds, restorations, or just upkeep. When a collector car is stolen, so is time, money, and heart from the owner, making the crime just a little bit worse when it happens to a gearhead. Here are some of the most memorable car thefts we’ve reported on.

Why not kick things off on a positive note, well, as positive as they can get when someone steals a classic car from a war Veteran. Curly Bunfill had hist 1956 Cadillac Eldorado stolen from his locked garage on January 17, 2020, and it was anonymously returned to the Sacramento Police Department. After the car was returned, 43-year-old James King was arrested in connection with the … Read More