WILD WEST GHOST TOWN! (Part 1) – Scrap Mechanic Showcase Ep10

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In this episode of Scrap Mechanic Gameplay, we take a look at the beginnings of a Wild West Ghost Town themed series, complete with a cringeworthy western accent! Over the course of a few videos, we will build an entire Wild West themed town! This episode we look some accessories I’ve built to get us started! Leave suggestions for what the town needs in the comments below!


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Veritas Dyna – Collette/Wissing (NL)

Veritas Dyna - Collette/Wissing (NL)

Veritas was a famous West German post World War II sports and race car company, located at Hausen am Andelsbach, near Sigmaringen, Baden-Württemberg, later at Meßkirch and Muggensturm and moved finally to the Nürburgring.

The company was founded by Ernst Loof, Georg Meier and Lorenz Dietrich who initially re-built and tuned pre-war BMW 328 cars using components supplied by a customer, turning them into BMW-Veritas cars.[1] The first car was used in 1947 by its owner Karl Kling to win at Hockenheim and subsequently become the 1947 German 2-litre champion. After only a few cars were made, following an objection from BMW, the cars became simply known as Veritas.
The first Veritas to be made for normal road use was made in 1949 with the launch of the Komet coupé which was little more than a racing Veritas RS made street legal.[1] It was followed by the more civilised 2+2 Saturn coupé and Scorpion cabriolet.

The company moved to larger premises in Muggensturm in 1949[1] but were badly under capitalised. New cars were designed using a 1998 cc engine designed Eric Zipprich and built by Heinkel[1]. Over 200 orders were received for the new car but there was not enough money available to buy the components and production came to a halt in 1950 and the company continued in operation until 1952 by making new bodies for Panhard cars.

Ernst Loof moved to the Nürburgring in 1950[1] where he rented the old Auto Union workshops and set up a new company Automobilwerke Ernst Loof GmbH and started a new range of Veritas cars at first with the Heinkel manufactured engine and saloon or cabriolet coachwork by Spohn. Money quickly ran out however and the final bodies were fitted with Ford or Opel engines. The number of cars made at the Nürburgring is estimated as between 6 and 20.
After a virtual disappearance from motor racing and automotive engineering for nearly 50 years, a small company known as Vermot AG[3] plans on "resurrecting" the Veritas name on a planned model known as the RS III.

In 2001, a concept known as the Veritas RS3 was shown.[4] With some design cues taken from boats, in which Vermot explored the market at one time, it was well received. It used a BMW sourced 6.0 liter V-12, producing 670 horsepower (500 kW).

In 2008, it was released that Vermot AG was to take serious efforts towards producing the RS III.

Production and testing[5] began in early 2008, with the RS III spotted testing on tracks in May 2008, and Vermot AG has released a general release date for the end of 2008. It runs on a BMW sourced 5.0 liter V-10 that generates 600 horsepower (450 kW). Weight will be kept down to 2,360 pounds due to the extensive use of light materials, and performance figures of 0-60 in 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 216 miles per hour (348 km/h) are likely, according to Vermot AG. Production will be around 50 models …

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Selling More F&I In Auto Dealerships – F&I Training – Jim Ziegler

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Jim Ziegler is one of the automotive industries leading experts when it comes to F&I has written many articles on the topic and presented the topic in many live workshops. Jim is responsible for massive growth in dealerships across the country and a big part of that increase is from the dealers F&I department.

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London Cadillac in Black and White

London Cadillac in Black and White

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Cadillac is currently the second oldest American automobile manufacturer behind fellow GM marque Buick and is among the oldest automobile brands in the world. Depending on how one chooses to measure, Cadillac is arguably older than Buick. Cadillac was founded in 1902 by Henry Leland,[5] a master mechanic and entrepreneur, who named the company after his ancestor, Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac, the founder of the city of Detroit. The company’s crest is based on a coat of arms that Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac had created at the time of his marriage in Quebec in 1687. General Motors purchased the company in 1909 and within six years, Cadillac had laid the foundation for the modern mass production of automobiles by demonstrating the complete interchangeability of its precision parts while simultaneously establishing itself as America’s premier luxury car. Cadillac introduced technological advances, including full electrical systems, the clashless manual transmission and the steel roof. The brand developed three engines, one of which (the V8 engine) set the standard for the American automotive industry. Cadillac is the first American car to win the prestigious Dewar Trophy from the Royal Automobile Club of England, having successfully demonstrated the interchangeability of its component parts during a reliability test in 1908; this spawned the firm’s slogan "Standard of the World." It won that trophy a second time, in 1912, for incorporating electric starting and lighting in a production automobile.


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