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  • ...erior offering either two seats or [[2_plus_2|2+2]] seating. Through the [[1950s]] [[convertible]] models were sometimes called convertible coupes, but sinc ...] the term was applied to various close-coupled automobiles. Through the [[1950s]] many automakers offered several varieties of coupé, including the '''clu
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  • ...t Commercial Vehicles S.p.A. These companies are fully owned by Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A.{{-}} ...nal coachbuilt custom, Alfa Romeo found itself producing not just sporting automobiles but also railway locomotives, buses, tractors and commercial vans.
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  • Vehicles that can be considered [[automobiles]] may have been demonstrated as early as 1769, although that date is disput ...1892 to carry two adults. One of the first four-wheeled [[petrol]]-driven automobiles in Britain was built in [[Birmingham]] in 1895 by [[Frederick William Lanch
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  • '''Lancia Automobiles S.p.A.''' {{IPA|[ˡlantʃa]}} is an [[Italy|Italian]] [[automobile manufact Whilst some models had been imported on a small scale in the 1950s and 1960s, Lancias were officially sold in the [[United States]] from 1975.
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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 ...r [[Juan-Manuel Fangio]] raced for Maserati for a number of years in the [[1950s]], producing a number of stunning victories including winning the world cha
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  • The company attempted a comeback under [[Roland Bugatti]] in the mid-1950s with the [[MR layout|mid-engined]] [[Bugatti Prototypes#Type 251|Type 251]] ==Bugatti Automobiles SAS==
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  • |Products || [[Automobiles]], [[Motorbikes]] [[Isomotos]] were known as expensive, but durable and well-built. In the mid-1950s, he started to develop a miniature car for two persons and front entrance,
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  • ...n]] [[automobile]] design and [[coachbuilder|coachbuilding]] firm in the [[1950s]]. It was founded by Sergio Scaglietti in [[1951]] as an automobile repair ...credited with the "headrest" bump present on most racing Ferraris of the [[1950s]] and [[1960s]], a design at first despised by Enzo but championed by Dino.
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  • ...player in developing motor industries for a number of countries from the 1950s, particularly in [[Eastern Europe]], Spain, [[Egypt]], [[Ethiopia]] and [[T Fiat automobiles have been made in Poland since 1920. In 1932, the [[Polski Fiat|Polskie zak
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  • ...influenced Enzo Ferrari's decision to produce a line of racing cars in the 1950s, with V6 and V8 engine designs. History shows that Alfredo Ferrari did not ...ngine; he died on June 30, 1956 at the age of only 24, before his namesake automobiles Fiat Dino and Dino were produced.
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  • [[Category:1950s automobiles]] [[Category:1960s automobiles]]
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  • ...as braking, parking, etc.). This may have been true in the US in the late 1950s when many of the European imports undersold the Detroit "dinosaurs". It ma * The gaudy 1950s American "full size" "dinosaurs" — responded very slowly to steering
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  • ...] and [[commercial vehicle]]s. Some competiive success was achieved in the 1950s with the 600 and 750 models. ...ched to using [[Fiat]] mechanicals and chassis for all of its conventional automobiles. Despite offering a full range of model versions based on the '750' (saloon
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  • In the 1950s, Moto Guzzi led the world of [[Grand Prix motorcycle racing]]. With durable ...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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  • ...was formed. Both agencies now create and enforce emission regulations for automobiles, as well as for many other sources. ...Bendix]] introduced the first electronic injection systems starting in the 1950s, and they were quite dissimilar to today's EFI. ([[#Evolution]])
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  • ...d '''Tudor''' : These names were coined by [[Ford Motor Company]] in the [[1950s]] to describe four-door and two-door bodystyles respectively. These terms ;'''[[Landau (car)|Landau]]''' : In automobiles, generally (inaccurately) synonymous with ''landaulet''; also used for a ca
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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
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  • ...ic materials whose formation is due to the action of heat. Up until the [[1950s]] or so, the most important of these were the traditional clays, made into ...ating element]]s in, for example, the rear-window defrost circuits of most automobiles.
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  • ...). Drag racing was organised as a sport by [[Wally Parks]] in the early [[1950s]] through the [[NHRA]] (National Hot Rod Association) which is the largest
    17 KB (2,625 words) - 22:46, 7 August 2009
  • ...der of [[DAF Trucks|Van Doorne's Automobiel Fabriek]] (DAF), in the late [[1950s]], specifically to produce an automatic transmission for a small, affordabl ==New automobiles equipped with CVT==
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