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Thursday, August 19, 2010
Buy A Car Lcd Monitor Online And You Could Save
Buying a car lcd monitor can be a daunting task if you’re not prepared. Certain types of car video monitors just wouldn’t be practical for certain situations. You should try to have a good idea of exactly what type of car tv monitor you may be interested in. Do you want a car flip down monitor, an overhead lcd monitor(AKA a roof mounted monitor), headrest monitors, etc.
There are many sizes, options, and brands to choose from when looking to add a car lcd monitor to your ride.There are many car lcd monitor brands to choose from when shopping for a car video monitor such as: Legacy, Pyle, Lilliput, XO Vision, Phonics Digital, Audiovox, Valor, Power Acoustik, Tview and more. Do you need a small lcd monitor for your car or maybe something a bit larger like a 17 inch car lcd monitor? Maybe you want all the bells and whistles or are you looking for a cheap lcd car monitor? Depending on what your needs are, you will find a wide range of car tv and video monitors from anywhere from fifty bucks to over 600 dollars and maybe more.
Saturday, September 29, 2007
Quick 240 Racing Hopped Up Stang
I actually know the owner of the white 240, he’s a close friend of mine. The 240 has a stock 350 in it with a powerglide setup and is completely streetable. My friend Chad drives this car to the dragstrip which is about 35-40 minutes from his house. Once he’s at the track he will pull up and bust off some 6.30-6.40s at Kennedale. When that’s done he hits the highway in his white 240 for the cruise back home. Want to watch more drag racing videos like this one? Check out this new website TheDragSpot.com for watching drag racing vids.
Friday, October 06, 2006
Automotive Blue Book Value
If you are looking to buy a new car, be sure to look in the Kelly blue book before you do. Using the automotive blue book is really the only way for you to know how much you should pay for a used car. The automotive blue book covers everything there is about used cars and pricing.
It tells you by make, model, year and condition, exactly what you should pay for just about any vehicle that you could possibly even run across! It is a veritable goldmine of pricing information. There are, however, a few big things that the Kelly automotive blue book is not really any good for. It is lousy, or even worthless for finding point by point reports of how well cars keep their utility. Sure, you can get some idea of what car might be worth buying by seeing which keeps its worth, and which does not do that at all, but that does not really tell the whole story.
It will show you expected life, the expenses of maintaining them, and point by point, which systems of the car are likely to need to be repaired or replaced, and which are not. There is really no more valuable source in the whole wide world for trying to figure out which car to get as your next one than the consumer reports guide. It is almost without parallel, if you are to ask me.