Unraveling the Past: Introduction to the Hudson Series 178

Amidst the automotive tapestry of the mid-20th century, the Hudson Series 178 Pickup emerges as a timeless icon, weaving a narrative of innovation, design prowess, and rugged functionality. Let’s embark on a journey to unravel the layers of history encapsulated within the chassis of this classic pickup.

1947 Hudson Series 178 Pickup

The Power Beneath: Engine and Performance

At the heart of the Hudson Series 178 beats an engine designed to conquer both urban streets and off-road terrain. The fusion of power and efficiency defines this masterpiece. The engineers behind Hudson’s creation incorporated advanced engineering, resulting in a pickup that seamlessly blends brawn with precision.

Subheading 1: Inline-Six Engine Marvel

The Series 178 proudly boasts an inline-six engine, a marvel of engineering during its era. This configuration not only delivered robust power but also contributed to the pickup’s balanced weight distribution. The result was a …

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The All New Honda HR V appears fresher with a variety of new feature. The All New Honda HR V also gets improvements starting from the exterior to the interior design. Even for the latest generation of the All New Honda HR V. various advanced features have been embedded, such as Hinda Sensinv safety technology in all variants.
In fact, for the first time, the All New Honda HR V comes with the RS variant. who want a car that is more sporty and powerful.

It’s the same with the BR-V, the second generation of the All New Honda HR-V. now also equipped with Honda Sensing advanced safety technology in all variants. Wow!
Honda HR-V is a global medium SUV from Honda which is successful in various countries. As of December 2021, the Honda HR-V has recorded sales of 3.5 million units worldwide.

So what are the latest and …

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Automotive design isn’t an easy game to get into and it’s an even harder game to win. Just ask Chris Bangle, the man responsible for the design direction of just about every early to mid-2000s BMW. His most famous, or should we say infamous creation, is the E65 7-Series and now, some two decades after its release, we wonder what you all think of it now.

To be very clear, Bangle himself didn’t put the pen to paper with regard to the E65 7-Series. That job was done by the man who ultimately succeeded Bangle as the head of design at BMW, Adrian van Hooydonk. Despite that, as the man who ultimately signed off on that design, the car’s rear end was dubbed the Bangle-Butt to the point that even today, many automotive enthusiasts are familiar with the phrase.

In fact, some people still hate it so much that they

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travelling on any road, knowing your vehicle’s stopping distance is vital for
safe driving. As the autumn and winter weather draws in, road conditions can
drastically alter overnight. With that in mind, it is vital to check how well
your brakes are performing, in case you need to suddenly stop on uneven

this guide, we will explain how much stopping distance can increase in icy
conditions, as well as some tips for checks you can carry out on your brakes to
help you drive safer. To help you get prepared for drives during the colder
weather, see our wide range of winter essentials.

What Is Stopping Distance?

big part of the practical and theory driving tests, stopping distance is the
combined thinking and braking distance you give yourself when driving on the

Driving faster decreases your stopping distance, while driving slower or slowing down increases

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PHOENIX, AZ, August 16, 2022 – Today, Inc. revealed that RevolutionParts is on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America. The list represents a one-of-a-kind look at the most successful companies within the economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent businesses. Facebook, Chobani, Under Armour, Microsoft, Patagonia, and many other well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees on the Inc. 5000.  

“It is always a great honor to be recognized on the Inc. 5000, along with so many great companies here in Arizona and throughout the United States,” says Ibrahim Mesbah, CEO of RevolutionParts. “This is our sixth year in a row on the list, and we wouldn’t be here without our incredibly talented team who are dedicated to reshaping the automotive industry and how parts are bought and sold.”

 The companies on the 2022 Inc. 5000 have not only been

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Oh… now you messed up. 

You went too hard on the righty tighty, and now you have a righty loosey on your hands. You just sheared off the head of the bolt that you’re trying to tighten. Or even worse, you just sheared the head off a rusty fastener that you were trying to loosen. Yikes. Your “30-minute job” just got a hell of a lot longer.

Oh no… (Photo Credit: Cruzdelasadas technical)


At least use some penetrating fluid

Let’s talk avoidance, first. What should you have done? Well, at the very least, some penetrating fluid couldn’t have hurt. Penetrating fluids use an oily solvent that slowly works its way into the threads. It leaves an oily coating that, in theory, lubricates the threads. Pretty simple. Using penetrating fluid is easy. “Allow to soak. Tap or vibrate parts to help loosen – reapply and repeat process until parts come free.”

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Being in a car accident is certainly not something to look forward to. They can happen very frequently, and many people find themselves dealing with the shock of an accident when they least expect it. In those cases, the people involved may not know how to react, what to do and what not to do. You may find that you or your passengers have been injured and want to get to the nearest emergency room quickly, or you may feel fine and just want to get home as soon as possible. Before opting for any of the above courses of action, you may want to heed the advice of a Philadelphia car accident lawyer and familiarize yourself with the five most common mistakes that people tend to make in these circumstances. You never know when having this knowledge may come in handy and, most importantly, help you safeguard your legal

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Your 2011 Chevrolet Equinox is a versatile compact SUV, but it will require some TLC to keep it running in tip-top shape. Make sure you stick to its oil maintenance schedule. Find out what you should look out for when getting an oil change for your 2011 Chevy Equinox, from how often to do it to its oil capacity and the best type of oil to use in it.

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Your 2011 Chevrolet Equinox is a versatile compact SUV, but it will require some TLC to keep it running in tip-top shape. Image source: Chevrolet Pressroom.

2011 Chevrolet Equinox Trims

Note:  Note: The maintenance schedule described in this article is specifically for the 2011 Chevrolet Equinox 2.4L. Maintenance tasks and schedules can vary between different engines/trims. Refer to your vehicle’s service manual for complete information on the scheduled maintenance recommended by the manufacturer.

Oil Change Interval

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Not only is there an insufficient number of electric charging points along the road networks in most EU countries, but the vast majority of these do not charge quickly enough, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA)

Not only is there an insufficient number of electric charging points along the road networks in most EU countries, but the vast majority of these do not charge quickly enough, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA).

ACEA is alerting policy makers to this double problem – which risks stalling market uptake of electric cars – a week ahead of the European Parliament’s vote on the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR).

Six EU countries do not have a single charging point per 100km of road. 17 countries have less than five charging points per 100km of road, with just five possessing more than 10 chargers for every 100km of streets.


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Brian England, Tues, Sept 20, 2022

You may have noticed that scheduling your vehicle for service has become harder. Auto Repair Shops are often booked two to three weeks out now. That’s quite a shift from pre-pandemic days when you could get your vehicle scheduled for service within a week. So, what’s changed? Actually, quite a lot and it isn’t just due to a labor shortage. Here are some of the reasons for the back log at BA Auto Care and other auto service centers:


1. Labor shortage is an issue, but it has been an issue for more than 20 years. It is getting worse in the auto repair industry, especially for qualified technicians. In the United States, we are short 50,000 auto technicians and that number is climbing. With that said, BA Auto Care has not changed the number of technicians we had on staff before or

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