Government Auctions- Buy government seized cars

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Gov-Auctions is one of the largest websites that auctions government pre-owned and seized resource cars, trucks and SUVs. They auction vehicles both offline and online.

Different Government agencies such as IRS, DEA and FBI as well as Police departments seize different vehicles every month. Gov-auctions.org auctions these vehicles to public because the law allows these vehicles to be listed and sold at up to 95% off their original value. Auctions like these often start at very low amount like 100$.Government pre-owned vehicles are usually in good condition and no more than two to three years old.
Gov-Auctions offer its members the freedom to access over three thousands updated auctions nationwide with guaranteed listings in every state. You can search for a car listed in your state without any charges.

At Gov-Auctions you can find many different types and brands. There is a huge list of vehicles which include brands such as Ford, Honda, Jaguar, Mitsubishi, Alfa Romeo, Pontiac, Citroen, Subaru and Toyota, etc. You can not only bid on cars but motorcycles as well. So if you are looking for a Harley-Davidson, Kawasaki, BMW, Suzuki, Yamaha you can find them at Gov-Auctions.org. You can become a member by paying only $39.50.

The site also allows you to bid on other things such as real estate, boats, etc. Members can search and bid on land, properties, jet-skies, boats and other vessels. The list does not end over here, other products like jewelry, office equipment, collectibles, furniture can be bought through Gov-auctions.

You can take part in thousands of live auto auctions of Government pre-owned, repossessed and seized vehicles like cars, trucks, SUVs, motorcycles, and boats to bid on with the very low starting prices. Gov-auctions is also directly linked to other relevant auctions websites. As a member you get complete access to contact information for easy reference and bidding. If you are new to auctions then you can follow the Step-by-step 5- day auto auction tutorials that give you experience based knowledge which proves helpful in making you a confident buyer and eventually save a lot of money on auctions. There is also an easy-to-use guide to every Federal Government property sales programs and auctions. This guide educates you on how to become an auction expert by telling you everything you need to know about government sales and auction programs.

In the customer service section of the website you can find answers to your questions about online vehicle auctions in general or questions about the services and miscellaneous features of Gov-Auctions. If you can¡¦t find an answer still, you can send your question to Gov-Auctions via email and they will get back to you in 24 hours.

Gov-auctions.org provides an opportunity for everyone to buy vehicles and a lot of other objects. You can also learn how to bid on vehicles through their user guides and tutorials.

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Everyone Should Have A Car Alarm

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In today’s world, not everyone can be trusted. Hardly a day goes by when we do not hear terrible stories of all kinds of crimes that are happening to innocent and well meaning people. There are countless ways to help prevent these crimes happening you, more than we can share here, but one of the best and easiest ways that you can prevent theft happening to you is by getting a car alarm. Many cars already come with a car alarm, but there are an equal number of cars that a car …

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In today’s world, not everyone can be trusted. Hardly a day goes by when we do not hear terrible stories of all kinds of crimes that are happening to innocent and well meaning people. There are countless ways to help prevent these crimes happening you, more than we can share here, but one of the best and easiest ways that you can prevent theft happening to you is by getting a car alarm. Many cars already come with a car alarm, but there are an equal number of cars that a car alarm must be purchased separately for the car. My point is that any car owner that truly values their car should have a car alarm, no questions asked. There is no reason why you should not do all you can to protect your vehicle if it is truly that valuable to you.

A car alarm is a great thing. It is great because a potential thief cannot possibly know that you have a car alarm until they do something to set it off. This is why the car alarm can be so effective. Especially if you are like me, then sometimes you leave valuable things in your locked car without even thinking about the possibility of danger. I often wonder how tempting my valuable possessions are to people who are looking for something to steal.

The benefit of a car alarm is that it is loud and embarrassing enough that it usually makes most potential criminals flee the scene of a car before they steal something. Because it is quite obvious to anyone close by that a car alarm has gone off, few people have the guts to continue in the process of stealing something valuable from a car or stealing the car itself with a loud car alarm going off for all to hear

So my simple advice is this. Find out if your car comes with a car alarm built in it. If it does, take some time to learn about your car alarm. Learn about when it goes on and about how you can control it. There is nothing worse than having a car alarm for protection that you do not use. If you find that your car does not come with a car alarm, then your next step is simple: get a car alarm. Talk with your car dealer about the possibilities and check out the kind of car alarm that is best for your situation and your budget. The important thing is simply to be protected, so do whatever it takes to protect yourself and your valuables.

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Garmin Premium Heart Rate Monitor (Soft Strap)

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Garmin Premium Heart Rate Monitor (Soft Strap)

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Get a quality workout with our heart rate monitor. When worn around your chest during an activity, it wirelessly transmits your heart rate to your compatible device for instant feedback on how hard you’re working. The front part of the strap contains the heart rate module and is made of flexible plastic. The part of the strap that goes around your back is made of a soft fabric and is adjustable to your size. Use and care of the heart rate monitor is a snap. Once it's paired with your compatible device the first time, it will automatically recognize it each time. The fabric of the strap can be removed and hand-washed as often as needed. Water Resistance: 32.9 ft (10 m)* Battery: User-replaceable size CR2032 (3 volts) Battery Life: Approximately 3 years (based on average use of 1 hour per day) Operating Temperature: 14°F–122°F (-10°C–50°C)** Radio Frequency/Protocol: 2.4 GHz ANT wireless communications protocol Range: 3 m  *Does not transmit heart rate data to your device while swimming. **In cold conditions, wear warm clothing to keep the heart rate monitor close to your body temperature.

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  • Heart rate monitor
  • Soft fabric strap for comfort
  • Optimized for use in congested areas such as gym classes & starting lines
  • System Compatibility: ANT+
  • Batteries: 1 x Button Cell

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Examining the dynamometer data

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After you have performed your desired dynamometer tests, you need to take a look at the information you received. If you have a manual recording system you should calculate and transform the torque and rpm readings into horsepower numbers. If you’ve got a manual electronic data collection the next step will be to print out the data.

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After you have performed your desired dynamometer tests, you need to take a look at the information you received. If you have a manual recording system you should calculate and transform the torque and rpm readings into horsepower numbers. If you’ve got a manual electronic data collection the next step will be to print out the data.

On personal computer equipped dynamometers you should name the new data file and enter all the relevant data about the test run you have ended.

There are software packages for your dynamometers that grant you the possibility of entering virtually any parameter you want in certain windows. This is very handy, as you can store important information in a structured data base, making it more accessible. If you don’t own a system equipped with sensors that capture the weather conditions you should write them down as soon as you finish the dynamometer tests.

It is very important to choose an appropriate output report format for reviewing the dynamometer’s data. When you examine the data received from you dyno, you should discard any information gathered during periods of rapid rpm change. You should instead concentrate on the ranges where the engine maintains a stable number of rotations for at least a few consecutive seconds.

Another important step is to average the data received from the dynamometer. Even numbers with some inertial errors can still produce valuable information after they have been averaged.

If you observe any unusual numbers in your results, you have probably made some mistakes when you chose the tachometer pulse settings. Or, if horsepower is a lot smaller than you expected it to be, you should check if the throttle was wide open during the test. You should also remember about the problem of exhaust being reabsorbed into the intake system. Perform another pull, following the same procedures as the first dynamometer test, making sure you everything is checked and working properly. Remember to warm up the engine before you begin the test. On the second run, you shouldn’t make any significant parameter changes, and concentrate on repeatability instead. In fact, you are really testing the repeatability of your actions and the stability of your engine, since the dynamometer did not change between runs.

Whenever possible, when chasing small improvements, you should retest the engine in its baseline state. This additional real-time check will spare you a great deal of time in the more important and longer runs.

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Fly Around the World Reviewing Casinos

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E-Mail a funny story that happened to you in a casino and the Author of the most popular submission will be offered a job reviewing casinos around the globe.

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Do you have a story of something that happened in a casino that is so unbelievable that no one believes you when you tell it? If so this contest is for you. The more bizarre the story, the better your chances of winning the contest will be, but all stories must be true.

Online-Casinos-789.com started an Unbelievable Tales from the Casino contest. All you need to do to enter is E-Mail your story of something odd, funny or unbelievable that happened to you or someone you were with in an online casino or casino during 2007 and you could win an all expense paid for two to Las Vegas for five days and four night at one of the strips 5 star hotel and casinos.

All you need to do to qualify is to be over 21 years of age and submit your story about what happened to you in the casino and Online-casinos-789.com will post the best ones on their site. At the end of the year you, the reader will be able to vote on the best submission and the winner will win the trip to Las Vegas and be offered a glamorous job involving flying around the world and reviewing all that the worlds casinos have to offer.

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Autel MaxiScan CAN Diagnostic Scan Tool for OBDII Vehicles MS300

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Autel MaxiScan MS300 CAN Diagnostic Scan Tool for OBDII Vehicles

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The MaxiScan code reader supports all OBD2 protocols, including the newly released Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol. Though it is small, it is able to retrieve same information as large expensive scanners. This code reader reviews the emission readiness status of OBD monitors and determines the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) status as well as turns off check engine light. It comes with free CD software with over 7000 DTC definitions and is powered via detachable OBD2 cable.

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  • Retrieves generic and manufacturer specific Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC), includes definitions lookup software on CD and displays DTC definitions on screen
  • Features an easy-to-read backlit LCD screen, multilingual menu and DTC definitions and standard 16-pin OBD-II connector--no additional cables are needed
  • Retrieves VIN (Vehicle Identification No) on 2002 and newer vehicles that support Mode 9
  • Supports the CAN (Controller Area Network) protols and all other current OBD-II protocols
  • Works with most OBD-II compliant U.S., European and Asian vehicles (OBD-II is standard on all cars sold in U.S. post-1996)

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9 Japanese Automakers

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There are nine Japanese automakers in the world. Only two are independent, six are partly owned by American or European companies while one is fully owned by Toyota. Think you know all nine? Explore within to find out if you do!
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Japanese built and designed cars have flooded the North American market for over forty years now. Over time, many nameplates have come and gone, but Japanese cars continue to gain market share and acceptance with a growing number of motorists attracted to their high quality and durability. There are nine Japanese automobile manufacturing companies in existence. Can you name them? Let’s take a look at the list:

Toyota ?The second largest automaker in the world is Toyota, maker of the Camry, the Corolla, and a host of SUVs, trucks, passenger cars, and a van. Toyota’s Lexus division produces luxury cars, while its Scion division manufactures youth oriented vehicles.

Honda ?The Accord and the Civic are Honda’s two most well known models, followed by the Odyssey minivan, the Ridgeline truck, the Element, and several other passenger vehicles. Acura is the name given to Honda’s luxury car division.

Nissan ?Drive a Datsun and then decide. Up until the early 1980s, Nissan’s North American nameplate was Datsun, but was switched to Nissan to give it a more global name. The Sentra, Maxima, and Pathfinder are amongst the division’s best selling vehicles. Infiniti is Nissan’s luxury car division. Renault Motors of France owns a controlling interest in Nissan.

Mitsubishi ?Originally imported exclusively by Chrysler, Mitsubishi began to sell cars under its own name in the 1980s. Top selling models include the Lancer, the Eclipse, and the Montero. DaimlerChrysler owns a chunk of the company.

Mazda ?The Tribute, Miata, and the ??are some of the most well known Mazda models. The Mazda 6′s platform also powers several Ford Motor Company cars including the Mercury Milan. Ford owns an important stake in the company.

Subaru ?Think all wheel drive and you may just think Subaru. The Forester, Outback, and Legacy are all top selling Subaru models. Fuji Heavy Industries [FHI] owns Subaru; General Motors has a 20 percent stake in FHI.

Suzuki ?20% owned by General Motors, Suzuki is as noted for producing cars as it is for manufacturing motorcycles. The Grand Vitara is one of its most noted models.

Isuzu ?Did someone say General Motors? Again, GM owns a stake in Isuzu. At one time Isuzu imported cars to the US, but those days are over. Currently, Isuzu has a miniscule presence and the two vehicles they do sell ?the Ascender SUV and I Series pick ups ?are simply rebadged GMC vehicles.

Daihatsu ?The Charade and Rocky were two models introduced by Daihatsu when the car company started selling vehicles in North America in 1988; four years later its North American operations were closed. In 1999, Toyota assumed controlling interest over the company.

So, there you have it: there are nine Japanese automakers, two of which are still independent. Much like the American market further consolidation is likely with nameplates disappearing entirely just like the Packard, Hudson, Oldsmobile, Plymouth, and a host of other North American nameplates have driven off into the history books.

Famous Ford Flops

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Running a business means reaching for success as well as tasting failure. Ford has had its share of winners and losers over the years; let’s take a look at four truly forgettable and infamous Fords.

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American automakers sometimes take the brunt of the criticism for producing models that are ugly, useless, or even downright dangerous. Ford has had its share of beasts through the years in addition to several winners including the current Mustang for which demand cannot be met. For the fun of it let’s take a look at some of the Ford models that have been derided down through the years.

Model T ?What?! How can the car that introduced mass production make the list? Well, the car was fine, but Mr. Henry Ford’s statement, ?you can have any color you want as long as it is black?has been attributed with the rise of General Motors [who gave its customers a choice in colors] which eventually dethroned Ford as the top automaker in the world. No, the Model T was fine, but Mr. Ford’s marketing strategy was not.

Edsel ?In September 1957, Ford launched a new division ?Edsel ?and introduced to America one of the weirdest looking cars. Sporting a “horse-collar?shaped grille ?some equated it with a toilet seat ?the Edsel line was hyped by Ford and rejected by consumers wholeheartedly. Expecting to build 200,000 Edsels in its first year of production, only 63,000 were built. Other “radical?aspects of the Edsel included a “floating?speedometer that glowed upon reaching a particular speed and an awkward push button transmission with controls attached to the hub of the steering wheel. Even with a quick makeover completed in time for the next model year, the Edsel limped along only to be pulled one month after the third model year vehicles were released.

Pinto ?Hey, even I owned one! With a 2.3L inline four cylinder paired with a 4 speed manny tranny, the Pinto was Ford’s answer during the 1970s to the onslaught of Japanese cars flooding the market. The compact rear wheel drive coupe, three door hatchback, or wagon sold fairly well until disaster hit: the revelation that the Pinto’s gas tank was capable of exploding during a rear impact scared buyers away. Mercifully pulled after the 1980 model year; replaced by the popular Escort.

Mustang II ?Ford tarnished the Mustang name during the 1970s with this forgettable and ugly model. Resembling a bloated and stretched Pinto, the Mustang II was weak, poorly made, and a terrible competitor against its arch rival, the Camaro. All was forgiven by the early 1980s with the return of a newly designed Mustang. Today’s Mustang, on the other hand, is a sold-out success story as it took its styling cues from a Mustang of another era: the fastback cars of the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Before you point your finger at Ford, don’t forget to recall some truly forgettable models, foreign and domestic. The Toyota Van was panned for its ugly styling and for having an engine that had to be dropped from the engine bay in order to do a tune up; the Chevy Vega ?a Pinto wannabe; AMC’s Pacer ?the Jetson’s car; the Suzuki Samurai and Isuzu Rodeo ?flip over specialists; the Yugo ?a thinly redone 1960s era Fiat; and countless other cars not worth the mention. You hope that automakers learn from their mistakes, but don’t count on it. Maybe in another generation we will see a truly forgettable Ford show up, but for now there isn’t one in the line up…hooray for that!

Mediabridge – 3.5mm Male To 3.5mm Male Stereo Audio Cable – (4 Feet) [New design accomodates iphone, itouch, smartphone and mp3 cases]

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Mediabridge 3.5mm Male To Male Stereo Audio Cable (4 Feet) - Step Down Design for iPhone, iPod, Smartphone, Tablet and MP3 Cases

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Mediabridge 3.5mm Stereo Audio CableConnect & play music from your Smartphone, tablet & MP3 player to a car stereo, portable speaker or other 3.5mm stereo audio output. This cable supports mobile devices containing a standard 3.5mm auxiliary jack, which are commonly associated with headphones/ear buds. In fact, many of today's audio components have this convenient input for easy hookups. Unlike wireless transmitters & cassette adapters, it provides a direct wired connection that's free of static/FM interference. Dual-shielding, polished metal molding & corrosion-resistant gold-plated plugs deliver crisp sounds & minimal signal loss. A compact, beveled step-down design gives a firmly secure connection, even when bulky cases are on your device. You can even charge your devices while in use (separate cable required). You're just a plug-in away from rocking out to your music, listening to a movie or relaxing to an audio-book.Product Features- Connects & plays music from 3.5mm-enabled devices to a car stereo/speaker - Flexible jacket that's ideal for tight spaces- Dual-shielding, polished metal molding & corrosion-resistant gold-plated plugs- Beveled step-down design for a secure connection, even with bulky cases like OtterboxSpecifications- Left connector type: 3.5 mm- Left connector gender: Male- Right connector type: 3.5 mm- Right connector gender: MaleCompatibilityDevices with 3.5mm audio jacks, like a Smartphone (iPhone), tablet (iPad), MP3 player (iPod), car stereo & portable speakerInstallationPlug-&-play: Ready to use, once each end is connected to its respective port on a compatible deviceNotesAudio is transmitted in stereo format, for a surround sound experience WarrantyLimited 1 Year WarrantySupportCall us Tue-Sat 9AM-6PM Eastern, or email after hours for a reply in the next business day

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  • Ideal for connecting portable audio devices, such as an Smartphones, tablets and MP3 players, to a car stereo, portable speaker or other 3.5mm-compatible output.
  • A beveled step-down design allows plugs to be fully connected, even when bulky cases are on your device.
  • Built with dual-shielding, high-quality polished metal connectors and corrosion-resistant gold-plated 3.5mm connectors.
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Golf Cars – 1001 Uses, With Imagination

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Golf Carts, Club cars, Golf Buggies – all the same thing – have come a long way from the golf course, although they can still be found there, too.

Golf Carts were originally designed to ferry golfers and their equipment from the end of one hole on the course to the start of the next, and back to the clubhouse. Whatever happened to golf as exercise? You will now see golf carts in all kinds of places far removed from the golf course.

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Golf Carts, Club cars, Golf Buggies – all the same thing – have come a long way from the golf course, although they can still be found there, too.

Golf Carts were originally designed to ferry golfers and their equipment from the end of one hole on the course to the start of the next, and back to the clubhouse. Whatever happened to golf as exercise? You will now see golf carts in all kinds of places far removed from the golf course.

Golf Cars are used on university campuses and to ferry presidents around. Their other uses are only just beginning to be explored. They are used in large warehouses and factories to move around quickly, without the noise and pollution that a conventional vehicle would cause.

In many ways these compact vehicles represent a ready-made alternative to the gas-engined automobile, except they are small and go slowly. Around town they are perfect for carrying the kids to school, or going to the grocery store. These uses have not taken off because of the attitude of most drivers, who insist on speed and protective devices around them.

You can buy standard accessories like a windscreen or enclosing body, or you can go for full customization.

You may want an electric vehicle for around the farm – you can buy spray equipment to fit to most “Golf Cars”. You may want a 4×4 “Golf Car” for hunting or just driving through the forest. All of these are available at reasonable cost.

You want camouflage? You’ve got it.
You want weapon racks? You’ve got them.
You want a sunbrella? You’ve got it.

Golf Cars are used on university campuses and to ferry presidents around. Their other uses are only just beginning to be explored. Golf cars provide a quiet and environmentally acceptable mode of personal transport.

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