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The long-living Ambassador is dying


You may think that the new Mustang, which just celebrated its 50th anniversary is a long lived model, but one model, called, for good reason, the “The King of Indian roads” has an even longer stint. If you’re a true car aficionado, you’ll know we’re talking here about the (actually British born) Hindustan Ambassador – if you didn’t, don’t worry, this ...
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Sweden: Saab output stopped because of cash shortage
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According to the facility’s workers, the No.2 US automaker, Ford, has decided to suspend vehicle assembly in the South American country as the lack of foreign currency prevents the plant ...
Ford Might Suspend Russian Plant Production For Two Months Due to Crimea Situation
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Honda will cease Insight production
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US: BMW plant cancels shift due to winter storm
Due to severe winter weather in the Southeast part of the continental United States, BMW decided to cancel a shift at its assembly facility. Because of a weather warning that a ...
Report – Ford to halt Romanian B-Max production this month
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Australian auto industry in crisis: GM to halt Holden production in 2017
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VW’s Seat Wants Employees at its Spanish Plants to Take Turns And Stay at Home
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PSA Temporary Stops Production in Slovakia Due to Weak Demand
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