Added by Michael Thies on April 24, 2013 at 4:57pm — No Comments
Convertible Top owners know the joy of the first day of the year that’s warm enough to take the convertible top off…the wind-blown hair and feeling of elation and freedom. But there is a price to pay. If you’re fortunate enough to have a convertible vehicle to enjoy, your focus is probably on the vehicle sans top, not on the top itself.
A unique set of care issues come with your convertible top. Fabric, clear plastic and vinyl are far more…
Added by Raine Coutu on April 24, 2013 at 11:58am — No Comments
Hi guys, I am in need of a 59,60 chevrolet or cadillac windshield. I have a 6 window sedan. The coupe or convertable windshield will not work its to short. I don't mind paying or do I mind driving a few hours away to pick it up. I live in central georgia so anywhere in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, Northern Florida, and close locations. Can get a new one made in Virginia and shipped for around 5 Just cant seem to spend that much. Any info would be great. Thanks
For car fanatics, the summer months mean long cruises, countless hours in the garage, and frequent car shows. Whether you’re entering a car in the show or just checking out the local flavors, there’s a certain atmosphere at these events that unites people of all ages around these beautiful machines. You might find a hidden gem, like a 1963 Porsche…Continue
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There are many reasons to be excited about the growing popularity of plug-in electric vehicles (EVs) which run not on gasoline but on electricity. Driving an EV reduces dependence on fossil fuels and saves dramatically on fuel costs.
A rooftop solar power system can enable you to drive completely emissions free while dramatically reducing your energy bills. And in Georgia,…Continue
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