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Paul Walker’s car collection up for sale

Paul Walker’s car collection up for sale

Turns out the late Paul Walker had a handsome car collection, and those cars are going on sale, TMZ reports. The actor was as much a car guy in real life as on screen, and has amassed a collection of approximately 30 cars, some of which have been featured previously in the press. Walker’s exotic […]

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‘GPS Tracking’ helps police arrest car thief in Trinidad

‘GPS Tracking’ helps police arrest car thief in Trinidad

The swift work of Northern Division police resulted in the arrest of a 21-year-old La Horquetta man mere moments after he and an accomplice stole a vehicle at gunpoint on Monday night. Police reported that at about 9.30 p.m., a 28-year-old man, from Tumpuna Court, Arima, was seated in a white Nissan Tida motor vehicle […]

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PH drivers getting out of hand—Cadiz

PH drivers getting out of hand—Cadiz

Transport Minister Stephen Cadiz says PH taxis are “getting totally out of hand” and he has to put a stop to them. However, the minister admitted  he did not have an exact answer on how to deal with the problem which remained a challenge for his ministry. Cadiz, speaking with reporters at the second public consultation on […]

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Corvette named car of the year

Corvette named car of the year

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Automobile Magazine on Saturday named the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray its “Automobile of the Year.” The new Corvette has more power and better fuel economy than last year’s model. It’s powered by a 6.2-liter V8 engine that can put out as much as 460 horsepower but that can also get 29 […]

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Government to unveil $200m car industry rescue package

Government to unveil $200m car industry rescue package

The Rudd government is set to announce a new rescue package for Australia’s ailing automotive industry, aimed at boosting demand for locally made cars. Worth an estimated $200 million, the package is being negotiated with manufacturers Ford, Holden and Toyota. The move follows Labor’s controversial plan to change the fringe benefits tax on company cars, […]

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Toyota 86: Australia ranks 3rd in global sales

Toyota 86: Australia ranks 3rd in global sales

Australia has become the world’s third largest Toyota 86 market, with over 6000 units sold locally since its June 2012 launch. Despite our relatively small population and one million per year new car market (which includes commercial and fleet sales), Australian’s love of the Toyota 86 has helped put us above markets like the UK […]

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Opel cars exit Australia

Opel cars exit Australia

AAP The Opel car brand is to shut down its operations in Australia. The company said in order to be competitive in the local car market it would need to cut prices significantly on its core models. “These changes, combined with the continued investment required to ensure brand awareness, result in a business which is […]

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