Our car needed an alignment and new struts up front. I figured since it needed struts, it probably needed shocks too. There were marks on the front tires that indicated it was a problem with weak front struts and being out of alignment. Before we would go and get tires in Billings, MT, we had to get the car fixed first. I did not want to put even a couple of miles on the new tires with the struts and shocks being bad and it being out of alignment.
There are all kinds of things that can make your tires wear funny. You can be one of those hard drivers that really takes the corners hard. Maybe you drive with them overinflated or underinflated.
BMW or Bayerische Motoren Werke has long been conceived all over the world as “The Ultimate Driving Machine.” The company has proven this statement true in the past years.
The current models of BMW sports car will attest to that statement.
Here are some of the current models of BMW, with their corresponding characteristics.
-BMW M3 2006
BMW M3 has an in-line, 3.2 liter capacity engine with a compression ratio of 11.5. It has four valves per cylinder. It promises to deliver 248 KW power and 333 HP at 7900 rpm (SAE).
The car has electronic brake distribution, brake assist system, four disk brakes with ventilated disks, cornering brake control, and four-wheel ABS.
BMW M3 is equipped with stability control, immobilizer and limited slip differentia at the rear. The ABS and engine management control the electronic traction.
Aerodynamics Exterior features:
The car has 0.35 drag coefficient, body side moldings, and 3771 lbs. curb weight.
-BMW M5 2006
The BMW M5 2006 car has a V10, and 3.2 liter capacity engine with a compression ratio of 12. It has four valves per cylinder. It promises to deliver 373 KW power and 500 HP at 7750 rpm (SAE).
The car has brake assist system, four disk brakes with ventilated disks, electronic brake distribution, cornering brake control, and four-wheel ABS.
The BMW M5 is equipped with stability control, immobilizer and limited slip differentia at the rear. The ABS and engine management control the electronic traction. It is also equipped with a responsive suspension.
Aerodynamics Exterior features:
The car has 0.31 drag coefficient and 4012 lbs. curb weight.
The BMW M5 2006 has a V8, 4.8 liter capacity engine with a compression ratio of 10.5. It has four valves per cylinder. It promises to deliver 268 KW power and 360 HP at 6300 rpm (SAE).
The car has electronic brake distribution, brake assist system, four disk brakes with ventilated disks, cornering brake control, and four-wheel ABS.
BMW M3 car is equipped with stability control, immobilizer and limited slip differentia at the rear. The ABS and engine management control the electronic traction. It is also equipped with an adjustable responsive suspension.
Aerodynamics Exterior features:
The car has 0.3 drag coefficient, and 3814 lbs. curb weight.
With all the features these cars have, BMW truly is the “Ultimate Driving Machine.”
Unofficially, the Porsche Carrera GT is a racecar, a racecar built for the street. What makes it a racecar is not necessarily the huge power produced by its V10 engine or the carbon fiber construction that keeps everything very lightweight – although these features surely make it a fast car. It’s more the sum of its parts that make this car worth every bit of its $440,000 price tag.
The Porsche Carrera GT was introduced as a 2004 model and until 2005 there were already a few changes in order to make the Carrera GT the new Porsche super car. These were minor updates in order to make it a little more street friendly. Between the supplemental bar hoops is now mounted a glass screen. The seats height is adjusted along with the additional bolstering in the thigh area. The Carrera GT is easy recognizable, as it’s a low, sleek, lightweight roadster, very beautiful on the outside as it is on the inside. Two removable panels that can be stored in the front trunk make the foul weather protection available.
The car has unique features, among which are: 5.7 liter, 605 horsepower V10 engine, monocoque chassis with Porsche-patented engine and transmission mounts made of carbon-reinforced plastic and the first use of a ceramic composite clutch in a production car. A very important aspect is that The Carrera is safe and stable at speeds up to 205 mph, thanks to its aerodynamic and race-bred suspension package.
The design of the suspension is so sophisticated that the shape of its components improves the Carrera GT`s aerodynamics. The designers used lightweight materials such as magnesium for the car’s substantial wheels and the frames of its special sport seats, the result being a faster and safer car. To prove so, The Carrera GT accelerates from a standing start to 62 mph (100km/h) in only 3.9 seconds reaches 100 mph (160 km/h) in less than seven seconds, 125 mph (200 km/h) in less than 10 seconds, and can achieve a top test-track speed of 205 mph (330 km/h).
What makes this car have these impressive results is it’s 5.5 liter, normally aspirated V10 engine for racing created in the development center in Weissach, Germany. That engine’s bores have been enlarged to displace 5.7 liters in the Carrera GT. It has a very low center of gravity, a 68-degree V angle and four valves-per-cylinder heads. Since the block, crankshaft and camshafts are all made of light alloys, the engine weights only 472 pounds (214 kg).
To stop this ‘monster” Porsche`s team used a high-tech braking system. Developed for demanding motorsports applications, ceramic brakes are the first to work for on-road use. The massive 15 inch ventilated discs and six-piston calipers have the amazing capacity of bringing the car to a sure and safe stop, matched only by the stunning acceleration of Carrera GT.
Porsche Carrera GT is definitely a exotic appearance, a car that can do it all: fascinate you with its good looks, astound you with its performance and abilities on the race track.
As people become more aware of the need for physical fitness, more men and women are turning to weight lifting as a way to build muscles and trim the body. In many cases, a supplement can help trim the fat, provide needed energy, or boost muscle mass. For anyone looking to build or tone muscles, here are four supplements that are worth trying.
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Have you ever wondered what the point of a car show is? After all, what could possibly be so much fun about accumulating so many cars in a single area? Most people do not realize, but car shows are about so much more than simply lining up a bunch of beautiful cars for people to admire. There are typically contests that are involved in the shows as well with awards handed out in several categories including Best Overall, and often Best Restoration and other similar categories.
For those who are bringing cars to the show, it is a chance to show off the handiwork that they have put into the car, and also a chance to see how others feel about their work. Of course, some people are lucky and walk away from almost every show they enter with a prize, but generally this does not happen. Most people put months and even years of work into a car before they leave a show with a prize.
This can translate into thousands of dollars worth of work often. Dog shows are for dog lovers, and car shows are the equivalent but based around cars. Because of this the competition can sometimes be quite stiff, but in general terms they are still a ton of fun to watch. There is hardly ever a time when someone is unable to find something to do at a car show that does not interest them.
From the dozens to hundreds of cars that are entered there are only a small handful that will leave with a prize or a place as one of the top cars. The fun of looking around and seeing who wins, combined with seeing the beautiful cars, and also participating in some of the other activities that are going on make it a great way to spend the weekend. There are many people who spend all of their weekends looking around for a car show to attend.
Not everyone who is dedicated to attending car shows actually have cars. Some of the people who enjoy car shows the most do not have a car, and may not even have an interested in getting a car that would be able to enter the car show. Deciding if you are interested in attending the car show is often dependent on your personality but realizing that there is much more to the car show than simply walking the rows and rows of cars is often enough to catch many people’s interest.
While car shows are not always considered a sport, they often help to foster great sportsmanship amongst competitors and can be a great way to share experiences and learn plenty about cars. If you are interested in getting involved in the car shows then sometimes attending a few shows before you enter can be a great way to learn as much as possible about what the judges are typically looking for so that you can improve your vehicle to improve your overall chances of walking away as a winner.
Just think in a single location there are so many gorgeous cars that are all beautifully restored and you can spend all of the time you want looking and dreaming about each one. There are so many people to meet as well that you can have a lot of fun and you may discover that car shows are your favorite weekend activity that you never knew about.
Urgency always calls for haste and therefore, one should thoroughly check the car before renting it for any specific purpose.
If the car is not properly checked, there are chances the car may break down after a few miles and may jeopardize your safety. Besides this, your vacation will not work out the way you wanted it to.
You might spend all your time and money on the repairs and maintenance. The interior and the exterior of the car should be examined accurately.
The main things to be checked are the lights, wipers, radio, cruise control and signals before signing the papers with the rental company.
A test drive would help a big deal in understanding the smoothness factor that one longs for when planning long tours.
It is always better to be safe than sorry and hence, the rented car’s insurance is a very important aspect. By opting in for insurance, the car rental may not be all that cheap.
However, in case there is a sudden breakdown, you are certainly endowed with a good amount of compensation to cover repairs and maintenance costs.
Answers to questions pertaining car rental insurance can be found on company brochures that indicate the factors involved in car rental insurance.
To avoid any problems, you should clearly understand the rental car insurance procedure and what type of coverage does it provide. It is also favorable to understand the nature and make of the car.
All of these factors should be considered before deciding to rent a car. These factors are important for the safety of you and your family.
Since its first production commercially in the 1990’s, the number of hybrid cars models had swollen into gargantuan volumes.
In 2004, some 80,000 hybrid vehicles (cars and trucks included) were sold, reaching a some 17 million USD in total sales, in the US alone. In 2005, about 200,000 hybrids cars, with different models, were sold. This singular sale represented the total of 1.2 percent of all cars sold in the US, in the same year. Some authorities believe that that by 2007, some 400,000 hybrid vehicles will be sold in the US.
The Toyota Prius, however, rules supreme over other hybrid car models. With 107,897 units sold for the year 2005, which represented 52% of the total hybrid market, Toyota Prius is currently unbeatable. The next most popular hybrid was the Honda Civic Hybrid, which sold over 25,000 vehicles.
Here’s a look at different models of hybrid cars
2005 Honda Civic Hybrid. This is a 4 door/5 seat sedan, with automatic or manual CVT for its transmission. MPG is 47city/ 48 hwy, while the range per fillup is 650 miles. Base on 2005 pricing, this model is worth $19,800 per unit in the US.
This model boasts of such features as full climate control, a Micron air filtration, and built with an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS). It has Cruise Control, Power windows, mirrors and door locks, together with AM/FM/CD audio system with 4 speakers.
2005 Honda Accord Hybrid. This one is4 door and 5 seat midsize sedan. Transmission is 5-speed automatic, while the mileage (mpg) is 29 city/ 37 hwy. Range per fillup is 600 miles (1000 km). Based on the 2005 Base Retail Price, this car worth $30,000 in the US.
This hybrid car model’s notable features are its unique hybrid air-conditioning system, Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), Grade logic control, a Driver’s seat with 8-way power adjustment, and a Satellite-linked navigation system. The last feature, though, is optional for the owner.
Another hybrid car model from Honda that made it to the list is its 2005 Insight. It has 3 doors and two seat coupe. Transmission is CVT automatic or 5-speed manual. Mileage (mpg) is 60 city/ 70 hwy (3.2L/100km), while its range per fillup is 600 miles (1000 km).
Retail price is pegged at 2003 Price: $19,080 – $21,280 in the US.
In terms of features, this hybrid car model has full climate control, a CFC-Free Air Conditioning, with Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), and an Electronic instrument display. It also has a tachometer, power windows and mirrors; door locks; and AM/FM Stereo/Cassette System.
2005 Toyota Prius. Of course, the first among the hybrid car models to successfully reached the US market is included among the best. This one is 4 door and a 5 seat sedan with a liftback. Transmission is CVT automatic, while mileage (mpg) is 60 city/ 51 hwy. range per fillup is 566 miles. Based on the 2005 Base Retail Price, this model is $20,875 per unit, in the US.
This one has a full climate control, a CFC-Free Air Conditioning and an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS). Also comes with central instrument display, LCD energy monitor, power windows and mirrors, door locks with deluxe AM/FM ETR/Cassette with 4 speakers.
2005 Ford Escape Hybrid. The Ford answer with Japanese cars is this 4 door/5 seat SUV unit. Transmission is CVT automatic with a mileage (city/hwy) of 2wd 31/36 | 4wd 29/33. Range per fillup is 400 to 600 miles. It has manual Air Conditioning, with Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), a roof rack with 2 horizontal bars and also comes with power windows and mirrors, door locks, and AM/FM stereo with 6-disc in-dash CD system. The price based on 2005 $26,970
2006 Lexus RX 400h. This hybrid car model is a 4 door/5 seat SUV unit. Transmission is ECVT automatic, a 31city/ 27hwy mileage (mpg), and the range per fillup is 450 to 530 miles. The retail price is $48,500
This one has dual-zone automatic climate control, and an exclusive Lexus 8-speaker sound system, 6-disk CD, power tilt and slide moon roof, transceiver to operate garage doors, lights, and part-time all-wheel drive (AWD).
The 2005 hybrid car models include some of the best and ingenious ones. Car experts believe that other models in the future will just take their improvement from this most productive year in the history of hybrid cars.
The Harley-Davidson Company or HD has been around for just over 100 years. It all began with two friends in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1903. William S. Harley stands for the H in HD. Arthur Davidson is one of three D’s. The other two D’s being his brothers, Walter and William Davidson. William Harley and Arthur Davidson began working on the prototype and eventually sought the help of Walter and William. Walter was a skilled mechanic. William was an experienced toolmaker. Together the group formed the HD Company, which was later incorporated.
During 1903 HD turned out a grand total of 3 motorcycles. All were bought and paid for before completion. Gray was the standard color of the first HD motorcycles, which were often referred to as the “Silent Gray Fellows”.
By the end of 1905 the HD Company was not only selling motorcycles, but also motorcycle motors, marine motors, reversible propellers and float feed carburetors. The price of the motorcycle was $200.
The popularity of the HD motorcycle continued to grow through out the following decade. By 1914, nine departments of the federal government of the United States used HD’s. The U.S. Postal service alone used more than 4,800 Harley Davidson motorcycles for rural mail delivery.
In 1916 the military began using HD’s in border skirmishes with Pancho Villa. The motorcycles were equipped with machine guns. HD motorcycles were also used in World War I with half of all models produced being shipped overseas. The war also was responsible for the establishment of the first Harley-Davidson Service School. The HD Company saw a need and met it.
The 1920’s brought an end to the war and a beginning to the world of racing. HD made quite an impact. Harley-Davidson suffered, but managed to survive the Great Depression and continued to prosper through the 1930’s.
Unfortunately World War II came in the 1940’s and HD was pressed into service once again.
The 1950’s brought about new, more aggressive marketing strategies and expansion for this great company. Once again war broke out, this time in Korea. Motorcycles were replaced in popularity with the military with the Jeep. HD was free to concentrate on its civilian consumers.
The 1960’s brought about as much change for HD as everyone else in the United States. This was also when the company began to branch out into an unrelated field of leisure product with the production of 3-wheeled golf carts. By the end of the decade these carts cornered about one third of the United States market, and were even used oversees. HD also began marketing an extensive line of motorcycle accessories.
The 1970’s saw continuing success in the racing venue. Great advancements were made in the racing bikes that were produced by HD. In late 1970 the company also unveiled its brand new snowmobile. Perhaps the biggest change was the merger between HD and the AMF.
The 1980’s began with a buyback, and the HD Company returned to private ownership. The company seemed to show a renewed interest in building better machines So much so that they won the contract with the California Highway Patrol in 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 and 1989.
The 1990’s were ushered in with the appearance of HD’s most customized factory custom motorcycle to date, the FLSTF Fat Boy. This bike was reminiscent of the past while still being up to date with the times.
The Twenty first century has come and HD remains strong. Its current line of bikes includes the Sporster, the Dyna, the Softail, the VRSC, and a Touring line. Each line includes several models. Bikes now sell from between $6,000 and $25,000.
The Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato Sports Car
Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato – A close look at this sports including performance, technical data, characteristics, comparison of rivals, history, uses prices
from classic to modern
The DB4 sports car was launched in 1958 London Motor Show as the series two-door one.
Because of its popularity, the lighter DB4 GT was launched in 1960 in the same place, with a view to its appearance on the track.
This issue, particularly, reducing the wheelbase of DB4 by 5 inches, and use, the body panels thinner lightweight 18 gauge aluminum, whereafter the weight was reduced by 1.270 kg vacuum.
However, when it came to track performance, the DB4 GT fell well below his barn, the DBR1, who won the race in 1959 Le Mans 24 hours.
Consequently, the Aston Martin then decided to approach the renowned Italian style house Zagato, which specialized in building lightweight body.
The intention was to create a corridor, based on the DB4 GT, it would be a serious competition for the Ferrari 250 GT which was, at that time, in an unassailable position in the World Championship Sportcar.
Following the agreement, the first chassis were sent to Zagato in 1960 with the goal of producing 25 units of the new sports car, it would be DB4 GT Zagato appointed.
The Zagato was much smaller, lighter and more aerodynamic than the DB4 GT.
By removing nonessential components such as bumpers, replacing aluminum components as much as possible steel, and use of glass instead Perspex, another 45 kg was removed from the total weight.
A body of aluminum alloy on a compound of steel and aluminum chassis is used to produce a weight of 1.225 kg.
It was fitted with Girling hydraulic disc brakes, independent front suspension with a solid axle in the rear, and 16-inch wheels.
A characteristic body design was the addition of two bulges on the hood to allow protruding rocker covers.
However, once again, Aston Martin could not overcome the supremacy of Ferrari, with the DB4 Zagato is no match for the Ferrari GTO.
Of the 19 Zagatos built when production ended in 1963, most were sold to race teams entered in private, although four were produced as road legal sports cars.
The Aston Martin DB4 GT
It was powered by 3.7-liter inline six-cylinder, 12-valve, DOHC, with 9.0: 1 compression ratio, three twin choke Weber carburetors and two spark plugs per cylinder, which developed 302 hp and 270 ft / lbs of torque.
Linked to a four-speed manual closing ratio, this has allowed it to reach a top speed of 152 kilometers per hour, with a 0-60 mph time of 6.1 seconds.
The Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato
The Zagato was to be powered by a modified version of the engine used in the DB4 GT, which includes increasing the compression of 9.0 to 9.7: 1, which was developed properly 314 hp at 6,000 rpm and 279 ft / lbs of torque at 5,400 rpm.
This produced a top speed of 154 mph, with 0-60 mph in 6.1 seconds.
Zagato comparable competitors include the following: cars Maserati Ghibli Series 2 Jaguar E-Type, and Ferrari 250 GTO
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An original Zagato in showroom condition would be worth anything between $ 2 million and $ 2.5 million.
This concludes my Aston Martin DB2 Sports Car Review
The Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato Sanction Sports Car
Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato Sanction – A close look at this sports including performance, technical data, characteristics, comparison of rivals, history, uses prices
from classic to modern
Aston Martin DB4 Zagato on Track
Four of the chassis used in the original Zagato sports car (also referred to as Sanction 1) were appropriately modified to produce light versions that would be ideal for racing.
These corridors incorporated the following features to improve aerodynamics: A low roofline – enlarged hind wings, with a redesigned tail section and an extended front section.
One Zagatos redesigned did debut at the Goodwood race track in early 1961 when, driven by Stirling Moss, who finished in third place, with his great rival, the Ferrari 250 GT, taking the checkered flag.
However, a couple of months later, two of the quartet, with the support of Aston Martin Racing and assigned to Essex, were introduced in the Le Mans 24 hours, but both were forced to retire.
Not to be outdone, in July 1961, one of these cars Zagatos claimed the first win of the races as part of the British Grand Prix.
A new attempt at Le Mans in 1962 ended in early retirement by engine failure.
Aston Martin DB4 Zagato Sanction 2
The DB4 Zagato production ended in 1963 with 19 sports cars being built.
However, this was not the end of history. In 1988, after having brought Aston Martin, it was decided to modify the original four DB4 chassis, so that they could be transformed in a lightweight construction, identical to that used in the GT DB4.
These were then sent to Milan for bodies comparable to those used in the original Zagatos of the 1960s, with small oval grille badge, and a softer section, redesigned rear.
The first of these modified rolling chassis was sent in January 1989, with the fourth three months later.
These officially approved four replicates were designated as Punishment 2 cars.
Although there was little difference externally of the original, modifications were made to improve the handling characteristics, while the motor capacity increased from 3.7 to 4.2 liters, and the size of the road wheels was reduced from 16-15 inches.
Four replicates were completed in July 1991, but were not allowed to show original logos Zagato.
When placed in an auction, these replicas were sold for as much as $ 1.25 million.
Aston Martin DB4 Zagato Sanction 3
After the sale of the four Punishment 2 Zagatos, it was found that there were still two more shells Zagato body that had not been used, for any reason.
Therefore, in 1992, Aston Martin approached to create new variants of sanction.
Following the agreement, the other two DB4 chassis were discovered, and were duly modified to produce, in conjunction with piercing shells Zagato recently found a final two replicas DB4 Zagato, which was completed in 2000, wearing original logos Zagato.
These were designated as Punishment three sports cars.
Other Replica DB4 Zagatos
For 2000, a total of 19 original and 6 Punishment DB4 Zagatos had been built, and were greatly appreciated, with six figure studies.
Consequently, since then, other non-original and reproductions of punishment have not been built, based on the chassis of the DB4 DB4 GT and.
However, these replicas do not have the cache Zagato sports car, but were nevertheless still convenient, and safe marketplace.
This concludes my Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato Sanction Sports Car Review
The Aston Martin Virage sports car
Aston Martin Virage – A close look at this sports including performance, technical data, characteristics, comparison of rivals, history, uses prices
from classic to modern
The V8 series of sports cars Aston Martin had successfully produced since 1969, and a replacement was well overdue.
Consequently, in late 1988, and as a natural evolution, the successor was presented at the Birmingham Motor Show as a 2 + 2 coupé, and appointed Aston Martin Virage sports car.
It is positioned as the principal of the company and the exclusive model, and the timing of the launch coincided with the acquisition of the company by Ford in the US ..
In terms of style, it’s sleek, it produced a drag coefficient of just 0.34, resembled that of a Lagonda instead of the classic lines of the V8 series.
It was equipped with both headlights spoilers front and rear Rinse with style, and.
Ford’s influence was remarkable in the fact that, as a measure of cost reduction, a series of “vehicle components is obtained from a wide range of companies, including the Parent.
Although using body panels aluminum remained a heavy car with a weight of 1,790 kg.
When production ended in 1995, Aston Martin had built a total of 365 sports cars Virage.
The Virage was powered by a front-engine, all-aluminum, 5.3-liter 32-valve DOHC V8 engine head modified by Callaway Engineering in the US, and modified intake manifold injection and is incorporated Weber-Marelli fuel.
This developed 330 hp at 5,300 rpm and 350 ft / lbs of torque at 4,000 rpm.
Equipped with a ZF five-speed manual gearbox and using a 9.5: 1 compression, a top speed of 158 mph, with 0-60 mph in 6.5 seconds occurs.
Interestingly, most customers prefer Torqueflite Chrysler three-speed automatic transmission optional.
Towards the end of production, you will be offered a manual gearbox optional six-speed sports car from Vantage.
In January 1992, as part of a program of improvements, existing customers were able to replace the original 5.3 liter engine with a 6.3 liter V8 unit that had been built at Aston Martin AMR1, Group C runner sports car that was introduced in the 1989 Le Mans 24 Hours.
The new engine develops 500 hp at 6,000 rpm and 480 ft / lbs of torque at 5,800 rpm, giving the car a top speed of 175 mph.
The conversion includes ventilated disc brakes larger assembly, 18-inch wheels, air dams and side vents air.
For technical data, see this article below
Competitors typical sports car Aston Martin Virage were: Porsche 964 Turbo and Ferrari 550 Maranello.
For comparative technical data, see the original article below
This concludes my review Aston Martin Virage sports car