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Car Sales By Bob Oros
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Over 150 sales professionals from industries other than car sales evaluate their car buying experience. This book is for your eyes only, a sales professional, and is the foundation for... More > improvement that will have a profound and positive impact on your business.< Less
Car Sales: Problems or Solutions? By Robert Kennedy
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This book touches on a number of different aspects of car sales. Any one aspect could be expanded upon for a more thorough understanding of the concept(s) presented. The intent of the author is... More > simply to present and explain commonly held pre-conceived ideas and feelings often held by those not familiar with the automotive sales industry.< Less
Car Sales: Problems or Solutions? By Robert Kennedy
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This book touches on a number of different aspects of car sales. Any one aspect could be expanded upon for a more thorough understanding of the concept(s) presented. The intent of the author is... More > simply to present and explain commonly held pre-conceived ideas and feelings often held by those not familiar with the automotive sales industry.< Less
Confessions Of a Car Sales Men By Dave Carpenter
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New Book Reveals ALL the Secrets of Successful Car Buying In his new book “Confessions of a Car Salesman” Dave provides an invaluable and thorough guide for consumers about the do's and... More > don'ts of car buying, leasing, trading or selling. The book is loaded with valuable inside information that promises to save consumers a lot of money. If you want to wheel and deal on your next vehicle, Dave Carpenter’s book will help you do it simply, quickly and economically. "There's no school in the world where you can learn how to buy a car," Carpenter said. "I used to train salespeople. Now I train the public." Key points Carpenter makes in his book is that people generally always pay more for a car than they have to because they don't know that the price is negotiable. Then, they often hurt themselves by going into a dealership and telling the salesperson that they want their car payment to be a certain amount. "You won't get a discount if you don't ask for one," Carpenter says.< Less
A Car for Sale(Satan) By M.E. Robertson-Hoon, M.E. Robertson-Hoon
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Ora Rickward's new boyfriend, Dan Jones, he’s a pediatrician and has no idea that his girlfriend works for a paranormal investigation team, she hears the voices of the dead and she believes his... More > new car could possibly be possessed, and she's going to have some explaining to do when his car winds up destroyed after the team decides to give his an exorcism, which is rather difficult when the priest is a Protestant vicar. How is Ora going to explain this one?< Less
A Car For Sale(for Satan) By M.E. Robertson-Hoon
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Ora Rickward's boyfriend, Dan Jones is a recent transplant from America and he has just moved to Cardiff and he is looking for a new car and it doesn't help much since his girlfriend just happens to... More > be a medium and her first time touching the new car, she senses nothing, but evil.< Less
Birney Safety Trolley Car Sales Brochure By General Electric
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In the 1910's and 20's, economic pressures and the rise of the motorbus produced dramatic changes in the streetcar industry. A promising solution to ensure profitability was the introduction of the... More > so-called "Safety Car" designed by Stone and Webster Corp. engineer Charles O. Birney. This type of small trolley featured several innovations, including deadman controls that cut power to the motors and applied brakes in an emergency. The main attraction for transit companies however was the fact that the cars' design allowed a man to both run teh car and take fares. The elimination of the conductor without any apparent compromise in safety sold the public on the cars and produced an immediate cost savings. This high quality booklet is a reprint of a brochure originally produced by General Electric to promote these cars and G.E. running gear.< Less
The Car Show By Nicolae Sfetcu
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An automobile, usually called a car (an old word for carriage) or a truck, is a wheeled vehicle that carries its own engine. Older terms include horseless carriage and motor car, with... More > "motor" referring to what is now usually called the engine. It has seats for the driver and, almost without exception, for at least one passenger. The automobile was hailed as an environmental improvement over horses when it was first introduced. Before its introduction, in New York City, over 10,000 tons of manure had to be removed from the streets daily. However, in 2006 the automobile is one of the primary sources of worldwide air pollution and cause of substantial noise and health effects. In this e-book we will detail the most interesting and important characteristics of the automobiles, car maintenance, styling features, car body style, the standard classification of the cars, an history of the automobiles, introduction in the automotive industry, and the traffic code, rules and signs.< Less
MG Cars By Gregory Beeforth
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MG Car advertisements from the 30s, 40s and 50s. MG is a British automotive marque registered by the defunct MG Car Company Limited,[note 1] a British sports car manufacturer begun in the 1920s as a... More > sales promotion sideline within W R Morris's Oxford city retail sales and service business by the business's manager, Cecil Kimber.Best known for its two-seat open sports cars, MG also produced saloons and coupés. Kimber was an employee of William Morris; MG are the initials for Morris Garages.< Less
Confessions of a Car Salesman By Herman Yenwo
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I know one salesman in Arizona who said he once saw a guy stroll into his store in shredded jean shorts and straggly hair and sunglasses, looking like a punk. My buddy ignored him. Well, it ended up... More > that punk was rocker Alice Cooper and he bought six cars. These days, you can't tell who has money and who doesn't.< Less