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  • Fleet vehicles are groups of motor vehicles owned or leased by a business or government agency, rather than by an individual or family. Typical examples are vehicles operated by car rental companies, taxicab companies, public utilities, public bus companies, and police departments.
  • (Fleet car) A company will purchase a number of cars at a low price, often basic models, from one manufacturer. When the company decides to sell these cars, it will advertise that they were fleet car. Fleet cars have the advantage of regular maintenance; but the disadvantage of high mileage.

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  • For Sale is a tour EP by Say Anything. It contains 3 songs from …Is a Real Boy and 2 additional b-sides that were left off the album.
  • purchasable: available for purchase; “purchasable goods”; “many houses in the area are for sale”
  • For Sale is the fifth album by German pop band Fool’s Garden, released in 2000.

Mercedes-Benz 770 W07

Mercedes-Benz 770 W07
Photographed at Portuguese President Cars Exhibit at Belem, Lisbon, Portugal

in Wikipedia

The Mercedes-Benz 770, also known as the Gro?er Mercedes (large Mercedes) was a luxury automobile built by Mercedes-Benz from 1930 to 1943. It is probably best known from archival footage of high-ranking Nazi officials before and during World War II, including Adolf Hitler and Hermann Go?ring.

1932 Mercedes-Benz 770 (Model W07) "Grosser" cabriolet used by Wilhelm II in exile. The red 770 behind it is from the fleet of Emperor Hirohito of Japan.
The 770 was introduced with the internal code W07 in 1930. [1] These cars were mainly used by governments as state vehicles[2].

The W07 version of the 770 was powered by an inline eight cylinder engine of 7,655 cc (467.1 cu in) capacity with overhead valves and aluminium pistons.[1][2][3] This engine produced 150 brake horsepower (110 kW) at 2800 rpm without supercharging.[1][3] An optional Roots type supercharger, which was engaged at full throttle, would raise the output to 200 brake horsepower (150 kW) at 2800 rpm, which could propel the car to 160 km/h (100 mph).[1][2] The transmission had four forward ratios, of which third was direct and fourth was an overdrive.[3]

The W07 had a contemporary boxed chassis suspended by semi-elliptic leaf springs onto beam axles front and rear.[2] Dimensions would vary with coachwork, but the chassis had a wheelbase of 3,750 mm (147.6 in) and a front track equal to the rear track of 1,500 mm (59.1 in).[1]
117 W07-series cars were built.[2]
[edit]Series II – W150 (1938-1943)

Mercedes-Benz 770 (W150) saloon car
The 770 was substantially revised in 1938, resulting in the new internal designation of W150.[4] The all-new chassis was made with oval section tubes and was suspended from coil springs all around, with independent suspension at front and a de Dion axle at the rear.[2]
The engine had the same basic architecture as that of the W07, but it had been tuned to produce 155 brake horsepower (116 kW) at 3000 rpm without supercharging and 230 brake horsepower (170 kW) at 3200 rpm with.[4] The transmission now had five forward ratios with a direct fourth gear and an overdrive fifth.[2][4]
In 1938 the Mercedes 770 is thought to have been the most expensive German passenger car offered for sale up to that time, though it appeared on no price list: the price was published merely as "auf Anfrage" ([available] by request)[5].
88 W150-series cars were built before chassis production ended in 1943. The last cars were actually bodied and delivered in March 1944.[2][4]
[edit]Surviving 770Ks

The 770K originally owned by Marshal of Finland Gustav Mannerheim was sold to an American collector after World War II. It was featured in the motion picture The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel as Hitler’s parade car.[6]
In 1973, Mannerheim’s 770K, erroneously alleged to have been the parade limousine of Adolf Hitler, was sold at auction for $153,000, the most money ever paid for a car at auction at that time.[7] This broke the previous record price for an antique car, which was $90,000 for Greta Garbo’s Duesenberg in the fall of 1972. Mannerheim’s car passed that amount within its first minute on the auction block. It was sold to Earl Clark, a businessman from Lancaster, Pa, who wanted the car for a park called Dutch Wonderland. Another 770 sold at the same auction, sold for $93,000. Billy C. Tanner, an Alabama developer and George Wallace’s 1964 campaign manager, bought it, but he could not secure financing to complete the transaction. Consequently, he sold his option to Don Tidwell, a mobile-home manufacturer.[citation needed]
As of November 2009, one of Hitler’s 770Ks has allegedly been purchased for several million Euros by an unnamed Russian Billionaire. [8]

Considered the most perfect and well the world, exposed in the Museum of Caramulo.
Do tipo W-07, o maior e mais caro Mercedes, foram produzidas, de 1930 a 1938, 117 unidades,
em Untertu?rkheim, com va?rias carroc?arias, das quais 42 blindadas, na forma limousine-pullmann.
O Imperador do Japa?o, Hiroito, adquiriu tre?s e para o Estado Portugue?s vieram dois em 1938.
No Domingo, 4 de Julho de 1937, na Av. Barbosa do Bocage, em Lisboa, a porta da moradia de Josue? Trocado, onde habitualmente o Prof. Oliveira Salazar ia a? missa, teve lugar um atentado bombista reivindicado pelo Partido Comunista.
Os Servic?os de Seguranc?a do Estado decidem enta?o encomendar dois vei?culos blindados
Mercedes-Benz (27 de Outubro de 1937) atrave?s do agente da marca, em Lisboa, Sociedade
Comercial Mattos Tavares, Lda. Pelos arquivos da fa?brica verifica-se que a construc?a?o dos chassis datam de 18 de Janeiro de 1938 e das carrosseries Pullmansteel de 9 de Marco. Os dois carros foram expedidos para Lisboa em 12 de Abril.
Ambos foram matriculados em Junho de 1938 em nome da Poli?cia de Vigi


Photo by Lydia Marcus

From Wikipedia: ZX40S

Miles Electric Vehicles is a manufacturer and distributor of all-electric vehicles manufactured in China to meet international car safety standards. MILES was recently given the "Electric Car Company of 2007" award by Good Clean Tech.
Miles Electric Vehicles is based in Los Angeles, California, with several facilities throughout the United States, is privately held by "Green" magnate Miles Rubin. The company gained prominence in 2005 when it began sales of the ZX40, the first street-legal Chinese-made automobile sold in the United States.[2] The company’s vehicles, built on steel unibodychassis, are the world’s first crash tested NEVs to achieve DoT,CARB and NHTSA compliance.
Currently the company offers four electric vehicles designed primarily for low-speed fleet use, the ZX40, ZX40S, ZX40S Advanced Design, and ZX40ST electric truck. These are currently available in the United States and in use at campuses such as NASA, U.S. Navy, Yale and Stanford University, UCLA, California Polytechnic State University, and the San Francisco Airport Authority.
is powered by a 72-volt system instead of a 48-volt system, which extends its range to 50-60 miles (96 to 128 km) . To comply with federal law, the ZX40S is also electronically speed-limited to 25mph like the ZX40.
The ZX40 and ZX40S are classified as "low-speed vehicles", meaning they have fewer regulations to comply with. Such vehicles must include standard lighting and seatbelts, but do not require passive restraints, typically airbags in higher-speed vehicles. The vehicles should not exceed 25 mph (40 km/h) on streets with posted speed limits of 35 mph or less.
MSRP $19,499 USD

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