Just a video with some car pics! I chose like the best and coolest cars ever and made a slideshow of them!
Monday, November 29, 2010
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Thanksgiving or Thanksgiving Day, celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November, has been an annual tradition in the United States since 1863, when during the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national day of thanksgiving to be celebrated on Thursday, November 26.
The event that Americans commonly call the "First Thanksgiving" was celebrated to give thanks to God for helping the Pilgrims of Plymouth Colony survive their first brutal winter in New England.
The first Thanksgiving feast lasted three days, providing enough food for 53 pilgrims and 90 Native Americans. The feast consisted of fish (cod, eels, and bass) and shellfish (clams, lobster, and mussels), wild fowl (ducks, geese, swans, and turkey), venison, berries and fruit, vegetables (peas, pumpkin, beetroot and possibly, wild or cultivated onion), harvest grains (barley and wheat), and the Three Sisters: beans, dried Indian maize or corn, and squash. The New England colonists were accustomed to regularly celebrating "Thanksgivings"—days of prayer thanking God for blessings such as military victory or the end of a drought.
Monday, November 22, 2010
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Thursday, November 11, 2010
LED lights have been increasingly more and more popular for automotive industry, many auto makers like Audi, BMW, Lexus and Mercedes has adapted this new technology for LED turn signal lights, LED tail lights, LED license plate lights, etc. In order to "catch up" this new trend, many people have installed the aftermarket LED bulbs to make their cars look like the newer Audi, BMW, Lexus or Mercedes.
However, in this process, people have found very difficult to get the LED lights work properly for European cars like Audi BMW or Mercedes since the conventional LED light bulbs will cause the Error warning message on the dashboard because most European cars have on board computers.
Finally, here you will find the solution.
Introducing the all new Onboard Computer (OBC) Error Free 1.50" long 6418 (aka C6W) LED light bulb with built-in CAN-bus controller for Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, or Volkswagen license (number) plate lights without error!
For this newly invented CAN-bus Error Free LED bulb, it equips with 2 pieces High Power 5050 SMD LED lights made by CREE to ensure excellent lighting output, with built-in CAN-bus controller, so they will work properly for European cars license plate lights without the "broken bulb" warning showing on the dashboard anymore.
The secret is the CAN-bus controllers that will raise up the total wattage from 0.5W to 3.5W, therefore the onboard computer will be "fooled" that it is the actual filament bulbs, therefore no error message will show up on the dashboard.
When installing these CAN-bus error free LED bulbs, please make to remove the key and have all lights turn off. When you have done with the installation, please test the LED light by simply turn on the lights. If the LED bulb won't turn on, simply turn off the light and have then LED bulb turn 180 degrees and try this again.
Once make sure both LED bulbs light up, please then start the engine and allow the on board computer to scan the new lights. After the first time scanning, the error message will disappear.
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Eric_Wu
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
European cars in European union by Lubos Galbavy
Major brands like Audi Rosemeyer, Audi RSQ,Audi Roadjet, Audi A1, Bugatti Veyron, BMW CS, Bmw X6, Bmw Gina, Porsche, Mercedes benz, Lamborghini Reventon,Peugeot 4002, Skoda Superb, Seat Tribu, Bentley Hunaudieres GTZ, Maserati Granturismo, Aston Martin AMV10 - luxurious cars which are manufactured in European Union, teuere Autos and PKWs aus Europa rapid voiture
Auta v EU
Auta v Evropské Unii
European cars are the best!
European cars are the best!
EU cars are the best!
Saturday, November 6, 2010
Thursday, November 4, 2010
If you've recently purchased a used car in the past or know someone who has, you may have come across an unsightly sticker or decal left on one or more of the vehicle's windows. While the original owner may have found this auto accessory as an attractive addition to your ride, chances are you don't feel the same way. Removing decals like these can be a nerve-wracking task, especially if the decal has been sitting on the window for multiple years, but the right tools and procedures will make the process much simpler.
Start by gathering the items you'll need to take off your car's decal most effectively. These tools include a commercial razor blade, a window cleaner and a razor blade holder for added safety if you can locate one. Both the razor blade and holder can usually be found at a minimal cost at your local hardware or automotive store. The razor blades are usually sold in packs, but some specialty stores sell them individually as well. Standard household glass cleaner is all you really need to get the decal or sticker off of your automobile's window, but if you have the opportunity you may want to invest in a small can of commercial foaming glass cleaner.
After you've collected your materials, spray the decal with glass cleaner and let it soak for a few seconds. Once the decal has had a chance to absorb some of the glass cleaner, begin to slowly peel away the decal on any of its corners. For maximum effect, be sure to introduce the blade to the sticker at an angle, somewhere around 45 degrees. Doing so will give the razor blade a better opportunity to get underneath the automotive decal. Make sure you don't put any more force on the razor blade than absolutely necessary as swapping your decal for fresh scratches is not the best of trades.
If you find a decal or sticker on your vehicles back windshield, exercise extreme caution before attempting to remove it. Those black horizontal lines that run across the width of your back window are responsible for delivering heat to the rear windshield of your car, truck or SUV. Damaging any of these small coils could cause permanent damage to the defrost feature of your back window, so try to avoid contact between the razor blade and these heating elements at all cost.
If you find a decent sized corner of the sticker peeled off of the window, attempt to remove it the rest of the way by hand. Utilizing the razor blade as little as possible will help reduce the chances of accidental damage to your vehicle's expensive glass. Thin or especially old decals may break into pieces when removed by hand. If you find this to be the case with your decal, simply proceed as normal using the razor blade until the automotive decal has been removed completely from your car's window.
Once you have removed the offending sticker from your car, truck or SUV, you may find a sticky residue left behind. If so, gently chisel away at the remaining residue with your razor blade at the same 45 degree angle you used to peel the decal away. Once the decal and any leftover residue has been removed from your vehicle's exterior, use some glass cleaner to give your window one last polishing and wipe away any remaining cleaner with a paper towel.
Your car windows are now completely free of foreign decorations left by the previous owner. You may choose to leave your windows bare or accent them with attractive automotive decals of your choosing.
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Greg_McGavock