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McLaren sold some historic cars to fund Artura development

McLaren has begun selling off cars from its impressive heritage collection to fund new product development, a company spokesman said Bloomberg in an interview published last week. The cash-strapped racing team and supercar builder needed the funds to pay for the development of “some technical improvements” for Arthur. Development of these improvements is the reason …

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Inflation begins to ease, but prices will remain high for some time

Comment on this story Comment The the price of gasoline falling like a rock. Chicken wings suddenly become a bargain. And retailers, drowning in excess inventory, are looking for a deal. After more than a year of high inflation, many consumers are finally starting to relax. Even apartment rents and car prices, two items that …

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Banning gasoline-powered cars by 2035 would enable conversion to electric today

Here’s another reason why Maryland should replicate California’s ban on new gas cars by 2035 (“Will Maryland Repeat California’s Ban on New Gas Cars by 2035? Advocates say it should. November 30). The current problem with the widespread adoption of electric cars is that people who live in apartments, condos and townhouses without garages have …

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Chicago police: 19 cars vandalized on Howard Street in Rogers Park

CHICAGO (WLS) — Some car owners are in for a rough morning after Chicago police said more than a dozen cars were vandalized in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood on Wednesday, police said. Chicago Police responded to the 2100 block of West Howard Street around 1:09 a.m. and found 19 vehicles with broken side mirrors. No …

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Railroad Historical Society adds historic rail car to its fleet

HILLSDALE — Looking to expand its rail tourism program, the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society just added a new historic railroad car to its fleet. The Riding Mountain Park car is a unique first class passenger car built in 1954 for transcontinental passenger train service on the Canadian Pacific and will operate in the Hillsdale …

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