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1970 AMC AMX - 1 of 4,116 AMXs produced in 1970  - Modified 390 CI engine  - 4-speed transmission  - Ram Air  - Go package  - Power steering  - Power disc brakes  - Command Air  - Black leather interior

1970 AMC AMX - 1 of 4,116 AMXs produced in 1970 - Modified 390 CI engine - 4-speed transmission - Ram Air - Go package - Power steering - Power disc brakes - Command Air - Black leather interior

1968-amx Maintenance/restoration of old/vintage vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears/pads could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce. My contact: tatjana.alic14@gmail.com

1968-amx Maintenance/restoration of old/vintage vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears/pads could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce. My contact: tatjana.alic14@gmail.com

San Francisco circa 1920. "Franklin auto at Franklin Motor Car Co." by Christopher Helin. Shorpy Historic Picture Archive

San Francisco circa 1920. "Franklin auto at Franklin Motor Car Co." by Christopher Helin. Shorpy Historic Picture Archive

The Eliica (or the Electric Lithium-Ion Car) is a battery electric vehicle prototype or concept car first shown in 2004 and designed by a team at Keio University in Tokyo, led by Professor Hiroshi Shimizu. The 5.1 m (17 ft) car runs on a lithium-ion battery and can accelerate from 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in four seconds (faster than the Porsche 911 Turbo at the time).[1] In 2004, the Eliica reached a speed of 370 km/h (230 mph)

The Eliica (or the Electric Lithium-Ion Car) is a battery electric vehicle prototype or concept car first shown in 2004 and designed by a team at Keio University in Tokyo, led by Professor Hiroshi Shimizu. The 5.1 m (17 ft) car runs on a lithium-ion battery and can accelerate from 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in four seconds (faster than the Porsche 911 Turbo at the time).[1] In 2004, the Eliica reached a speed of 370 km/h (230 mph)

San Francisco circa 1919. "Haynes touring car." Accessorized with a dapper "California top."

San Francisco circa 1919. "Haynes touring car." Accessorized with a dapper "California top."

Autos owned by fans seeing World Series at Braves Field, Boston, October 1916. Parking lot packed in. If your car is in the middle, don't expect a quick exit

Autos owned by fans seeing World Series at Braves Field, Boston, October 1916. Parking lot packed in. If your car is in the middle, don't expect a quick exit

1957 Velam Isetta. Built under license from ISO in a part of the Talbot sports car factory, it varied from the original in 34 items.  The frame was changed to only subframes, rubber band suspension, better shifter, steering, motor access from inside, tail shape, high lamps, bumpers and separate front fenders were among the major changes, but the motor remained ISO's.  The body and interior design was beautifully executed with French style, flair and attention to detail.

1957 Velam Isetta. Built under license from ISO in a part of the Talbot sports car factory, it varied from the original in 34 items. The frame was changed to only subframes, rubber band suspension, better shifter, steering, motor access from inside, tail shape, high lamps, bumpers and separate front fenders were among the major changes, but the motor remained ISO's. The body and interior design was beautifully executed with French style, flair and attention to detail.