Elizabeth Taylor's 1960 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II, dubbed "The Green Goddess", will be up for auction in August.
A car burst into flames on Australia's Gold Coast after being rigged to spew blue smoke as part of a gender-reveal party.
According to the Boulder County Sheriff's Office, the bear "fled on foot... er, on paws, in an unknown direction."
"We talked about what our community is about, and what are things they stand for," Palmer told Newsweek. "It's a safe community. They're very proud of their country and almost everybody here likes to hunt."
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"Mexico understands that we're going to close the border or I'm going to tariff the cars," the president said.
The company plans to employ 2,000 more workers to focus on technical development.
Daniel Knowlen told police his 14-year-old was "just being funny" but acknowledged he "probably could have" stopped him.
Andrew Wheeler champions the deregulation of national automobile fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards for all new automobiles produced in the U.S.
The Trump administration is considering freezing future federal vehicle efficiency standards.
The market is expected to grow by 10 percent this year as the annual death toll looks to hit a record high.
Often the term "luxury car" and "sports car" go hand in hand.
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The worry is that Republicans could now rollback any set of guidelines intended to protect the environment, public lands, and consumers. "This is an inappropriate and misguided use of the Congressional Review Act," said Representative Maxine Waters Tuesday. "It sets a dangerous precedent."
"We have no enemies at all. We don't really know anyone here except the people we go to church with, so this was very overwhelming for me," the Florida mother told WFTV.
For human drivers, vision is king. But what drivers see depends on how they move the car: Braking, accelerating and steering change the car's position and thereby the driver's view.