Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Ford F-150 Wow only 77,000 miles for public auction

Long Bed - Transmission: Automatic - Engine: V6 4.2 Liter - Mileage: 77008 - ExtColor: Green - IntColor: Gray - Features: Xl,Air Conditioning,Power Steering,Dual Front Air Bags - Vin#: 2FTDF1822VCB00550
The F-Series is a series of trucks from Ford Motor Company that have been sold for over 5 decades. The most popular variant of the F-Series is the F-150, a full-size pickup truck. It has been the best-selling vehicle in the world for 23 years and the best-selling truck in the United States (and possibly the world) for 29 years. Analysts estimate that the F-Series alone makes up half of the Ford Motor Company's profits in recent years.
The first F-series truck from Ford was introduced in 1948, replacing the company's previous car-based pickup line. It was a modern-looking truck with a one-piece windshield and integrated headlights. The F-series was available as three models:
F-1 - half-ton
F-2 - three-quarter-ton
F-3 - Heavy Duty (HD for short)
With the 2007 Model Year, Ford is currently in its 11th Generation of the F-Series.
Tenth generation (1997–2003)

Ford took the aero styling to its conclusion for 1997 with an extremely round nose on the new F-series. The "Super Duty" F series did not yet exist, so an F-250 was offered which was an F-150 with heavier duty axles and suspension, along with odd 7 lug wheels. With the arrival of the Super Duty, this F-250 "light duty" was offered as the "7700" package for the F-150 (noted on the tailgate emblem). A wide variety of body options were available: regular cab and SuperCab, standard or flareside boxes, and short and long beds. A new Lightning was introduced in 1999, and Harley-Davidson and King Ranch versions were also created. In 2001 the SuperCrew cab was introduced.
The super-duty F-250 and F-350 were retained on the old chassis until 1999.
Sales of the F-150 surged in the tenth generation to 750,000 to over 900,000 in 2001 as the General Motors and Dodge products lagged. Ford's sales dropped, however, for the final years of this generation as the redesigned Dodge trucks were released.
The F-150 was Motor Trend magazine's Truck of the Year for 1997.
1997 also marked introduction of Ford's modular Single Overhead cam (SOHC) engines into F-150.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

2006 Pontiac Grand Prix For a Wholesale Price!!!!

Sedan 4D - Transmission: Automatic - Engine: V6 3.8 Liter - Mileage: 91063 - ExtColor: Black - IntColor: Tan - Features: Air Conditioning,Power Steering,Power Windows,Power Door Locks,Tilt Wheel,Cruise Control,Single Compact Disc,Onstar,Dual Front Air Bags,Power Seat,Rear Spoiler,Alloy Wheels - Vin#:2G2WP552761164280 KELLEY BLUE BOOK VALUE $10,160
The Pontiac Grand Prix is an automobile produced by the Pontiac division of General Motors Corporation. First introduced as part of Pontiac's full-size model offering for the 1962 model year, the Grand Prix name has also been applied to cars in the personal luxury car market segment and the mid-size offering, slotting below the large Bonneville in the company's lineup. As of mid-model year 2006, the Grand Prix is Pontiac's largest automotive offering in production, superceeding the recently cancelled Pontiac Bonneville program.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

2003 Honda Civic *Electric Blue*

Seventh Generation (2001-2005) Honda Civic

Electric Blue Honda Civic LX Coupe 2Door has Named Brand Tires in Good Condition and Tan Leather interior, sound system and AC. There is a dent to the driver side wing and a crack to the rear bumper, but the savings on this car make it worth it. Must be seen to be appreciated. Transmission: Automatic - Engine: 4-Cyl. 1.7 Liter - Mileage: 45807 - ExtColor: Cobalt Blue Metallic - IntColor: Tan - Features: Air Conditioning,Power Steering,Power Windows,Power Door Locks,Tilt Wheel,Cruise Control,Single Compact Disc,Dual Front Air Bags - Vin#:1HGEM22523L057173 KELLEY BLUE BOOK VALUE $12,825

The Civic gets bigger, more refined and more horsepower. It has a distinctive short nose and an arching roof line that allows for a large glass area ensuring excellent visibility. Si Hatchback goes on a short hiatus, to return in 2002. The gas-electric hybrid Civic debuts in 2003.

The Honda Civic is a perennial top ten best-seller. Recognized for its rock-solid reliability and value for the money, the compact car appeals across a wide demographic spectrum, from the young, tuner crowd to the average family. The most recent Civic, introduced for the 2006 model year, has continued the tradition of offering an appealing product. It has picked up numerous automotive awards, including the North American Car of the Year award as well as the Motor Trend Car of the Year honor.

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Mitsubishi Diamante VR-X Sport For Public Car Auction

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Super Clean this Mitsubishi Diamante VR-X sports 6 spoke Alloy Wheels, Good Condition Named Brand Tires, Power Sunroof and Spoiler to rear. The Int has Black Leather which is spotless, Infinity sound system and AC. This vehicle must be seen to be appreicated. Sedan 4D - Transmission: Automatic - Engine: V6 3.5 Liter - Mileage: 112565 - ExtColor: Silver - IntColor: Black - Features: Air Conditioning,Power Steering,Power Windows,Power Door Locks,Tilt Wheel,Cruise Control,Am/Fm Stereo,Single Compact Disc,Dual Front Air Bags,Abs (4-wheel),Dual Power Seats,Moon Roof,Alloy Wheels - Vin#:6MMAP87P93T001920 KELLEY BLUE BOOK VALUE $8,800

The Mitsubishi Diamante was first introduced to the public at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1989, and went on sale in Japan in May 1990. It became the second generation Magna, replacing the widened 1983 Galant Sigma manufactured and sold in Australia as a Mitsubishi Verada (the 1987 Galant was downsized, thus leaving a gap in the product range for the Diamante).
There have been rumors that the Diamante was either not intended for a Japanese launch, or it might have been planned as a low-volume model. The reason for this argument is that until 1989, the width of vehicles was a vital indication of taxation class. The Diamante, being wider than the 1700 mm break, would have suffered a large tax penalty against most of its rivals, which were designed to be just under limit. At the time, Mitsubishi's image was also considered less than ideal for the marketing of a luxury car—its most expensive offering that the time, the Debonair, was largely seen as a company car project for Mitsubishi conglomerate executives.
However, the tax situation had changed in 1989, and the Diamante became the surprise hit of 1990. Amidst Japan's bubble economy, many private car owners sought an executive car in a market that had very few new offerings that year.

The second iteration of the Diamante was introduced in Japan in January 1995. The car was marginally larger with improved headroom.
Several engines were available. The base engine was a 2.5 L MVV (lean burn) V6, followed by a number of 2.5 and 3.0 liter variants. The new Diamante range topped off with a 3.0 L MIVEC V6 rated at 270 hp.
The gadget trend continued with the new Diamante, including a distance/lane-keeping system that tracked lanes and the car ahead using a set of radar and camera (this was first introduced on the 1992 Debonair). Satellite navigation featured prominently on the center console, and for the first time, a 5-speed automatic transmission was installed in a transverse drivetrain, complete with the Tiptronic-style INVECS-II technology.
The Sigma model was eliminated and not renewed for a second generation, due to poor sales in Japan; most Sigmas sold became taxis and patrol cars.
For Australian market, the new Diamante (Verada) debuted in 1997. The 1997 Diamante went into production in Adelaide, Australia. The very first 1997 Verada rolled off the assembly line on July 1, 1996.
In the latter years of its life, the Diamante range was reduced to a single engine offering in Japan, first a 3.5 L GDI V6 (the first of its kind), and then a conventional 2.5 L V6.

The exterior was refreshed for 2002, and then again for 2004, the last year of the Diamante. Mitsubishi ceased to import the Diamante to North America after 2004 due to a decline in sales and unfavourable exchange rates. The U.S. market Galant grew in size, and was replaced by the upper-end GTS trim of the Galant. In Canada, the Diamante was only sold in 2004.
On June 15, 2005, Mitsubishi announced it would halt production on larger sedans within Japan by December, including the Diamante and the Galant.

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