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  • ...ati]], [[Ernesto Maserati]] and [[Mario Maserati]], were all involved with automobiles from the beginning of the 20th century. Alfieri, Bindo and Ernesto built 2 ...erati its luxury division. A new factory was built, replacing the existing 1940s-vintage facility. Ferrari is credited for bringing Maserati back into busin
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  • '''Isotta Fraschini''' was know as "The Aristocrat of Automobiles." This was the Italian supreme luxury marque from Milan which only the most ...Oscar winning movie "Sunset Boulevard." In the movie, which is set in the 1940s, Norma is a forgotten former silent film star from the 19teens and 1920s, a
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  • Until the mid 1940s, the traditional horizontal [[four-stroke]] single cylinder 500 cc eng ...sight saw Moto Guzzi adapting to a cultural shift away from motorcycles to automobiles. The company focused on popular lightweight mopeds including the Dingo and
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  • ...akes in framing the passenger compartments of their passenger vehicles. In automobiles, the framing was sheathed in steel which was then covered in colored lacque ..., evolved from trucks and were viewed as Commercial Vehicles, not consumer automobiles. The framing of the early station wagons were left unsheathed because of th
    23 KB (3,587 words) - 23:11, 7 August 2009
  • [[Category:1940s automobiles]] [[Category:1950s automobiles]]
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  • ...owing him to win the 1922 edition of the race. Miller then created his own automobiles, which shared the 'Miller' designation, which, in turn, were powered by sup ...om an infield tent. This tradition has accompanied the race since the late 1940s.
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  • ...cas of [[United States|American]] [[automobiles]] from the [[1930s]] and [[1940s]] once raced in the [[NASCAR]] modified division. The rule book committee f
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  • '''Lancia Aprilia''' (1936 - 1949) were automobiles manufactured by [[Lancia]], one of [[Category:1930s automobiles]]
    5 KB (616 words) - 23:40, 9 December 2011
  • [[Category:1920s automobiles]] [[Category:1930s automobiles]]
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  • There have been airbag-like devices for [[aeroplane]]s as early as the 1940s, with the first patents filed in the 1950s. Despite the 1970s implementation of airbags in GM cars, many conventional automobiles did not even have them until the mid 1990s.
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  • [[Image:Oldtimer-Dashboard.jpg|thumb|right|250px|A dashboard from a [[1940s]] car]] Lawn mowers, farm tractors, and earlier automobiles sometimes have little more than a steering wheel and ignition switch.
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  • ...scent of "[[turbo lag]]", but demonstrated that turbines could be used for automobiles (see [[Chrysler Turbine engines]]). Also, in late 1990s General Motors made ...enerally have predictable demand for power, but is a challenging issue for automobiles, trucks, and buses
    64 KB (9,873 words) - 22:35, 14 June 2009
  • ...ty, owing to the post [[World War II]] economy, and the influx of sporting automobiles. The [[Sports Car Club of America]]
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  • ...omobiles such as the [[Ford Model T]], up through some British cars of the 1940s. Although now considered obsolete, an advantage of this system is its mecha ...on-magnetic, electrically conductive tube. Furthermore, many modern hybrid automobiles have [[regenerative braking]], which uses a reversed electric motor to damp
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  • |align=center colspan=37| '''[[Alfa Romeo|Alfa Romeo Automobiles S.p.A.]], a subsidiary of the [[Fiat|Fiat S.p.A.]] since 1986, car timeline |colspan=10 width=23% | 1940s
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  • ...f the twin seater are meant to echo the styling of Alfa's of the 1930s and 1940s, and the "Competizione" name is a pointer to the 1948 6C 2500 Competizione, [[Category:2000s automobiles]]
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  • [[Category:1920s automobiles]] [[Category:1930s automobiles]]
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  • ...e War Timeline|« Previous]] ||align=center colspan=31| '''[[Lancia|Lancia Automobiles S.p.A.]], a subsidiary of the [[Fiat|Fiat S.p.A.]] since 1969, car timeline |colspan="10" width="21%"| 1940s
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  • ...as one of the front running models at the resumption of racing in the late 1940s. Experiments with two-stage [[supercharger|supercharging]] and tubular chas A long term campaigner of Maserati automobiles, [[Enrico Platé]] recognised the Maserati's shortcomings as a Formula One
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  • ==1940s racing career in Italy== This was the period of greatest growth for Bandini Automobiles. A contemporary newspaper reports discussion of plans under way to develop
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