Der BRUTUS des Auto & Technik MUSEUM SINSHEIM (http://sinsheim.technik-museum.de/de/de/experimentalfahrzeug-brutus) - erlebt ihn LIVE im Rahmen des nächsten Brazzeltag am 10. und 11. Mai 2014 im TECHNIK MUSEUM SPEYER: http://www.brazzeltag.de The Brutus from Germanys Auto & Technik MUSEUM SINSHEIM (http://sinsheim.technik-museum.de/en/en/project-car-brutus) - you can see this car LIVE at the vintage-car-event Brazzeltag at TECHNIC MUSEUM SPEYER: http://www.brazzeltag.de
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Pismo Beach Cruise (2 OF 5) Classic Car Show - 21JUNE09
The Official Classic at Pismo Beach Cruise, the day before Father's Day 2009. (2 of 5) This video is for my dad, and all the dads who wanted to go to this show, but couldn't because they're unable to walk & stand like the old days. It's hell getting old and nothing lasts forever. Thank you GM & Chrysler for making some incredible machines, and works of art over an amazing time in history my dad lived through. And these cars! Just like my pops, theyll never be anything like em... The Pismo Beach Classic is one of the largest classic car and street rod shows on the West Coast and 'one of the finest.' Pismo Beach, California, is the host city for this classic car show, now in its 24th year. This show, held annually on the 3rd full weekend of June, pulls in 1000 classic cars and street rods and over 125,000 spectators over three days. GENERAL MOTORS General Motors (GM) was founded on September 27, 1908, in Flint, Michigan, as a holding company for Buick, then controlled by William C. Durant. It acquired Oldsmobile later that year. In 1909, Durant brought in Cadillac, Elmore, Oakland (later known as Pontiac) and several others. Also in 1909, General Motors acquired the Reliance Motor Truck Company of Owosso, Michigan, and the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company of Pontiac, Michigan, the predecessors of GMC Truck. Durant lost control of GM in 1910 to a bankers' trust, because of the large amount of debt taken on in its acquisitions coupled with a collapse in new vehicle sales. A few years later, Durant started the Chevrolet Motor car company and through this he secretly purchased a controlling interest in GM. Durant took back control of the company after one of the most dramatic proxy wars in American business history. Shortly after, he again lost control, this time for good, after the new vehicle market collapsed. Alfred Sloan was picked to take charge of the corporation and led it to its post war global dominance. This unprecedented growth of GM would last into the early 1980s when it employed 349,000 workers and 150 assembly plants. CHRYSLER Chrysler was founded by Walter P. Chrysler on June 6, 1925. The Chrysler was a 6-cylinder automobile, designed to provide customers with an advanced, well-engineered car, but at a more affordable price than they might expect. (Elements of this car are traceable back to a prototype which had been under development at Willys at the time that Walter Chrysler was there). The original 1924 Chrysler included a carburetor air filter, high compression engine, full pressure lubrication, and an oil filter, at a time when most autos came without these features. Among the innovations in its early years would be the first practical mass-produced four-wheel hydraulic brakes, a system nearly completely engineered by Chrysler with patents assigned to Lockheed, and rubber engine mounts to reduce vibration. The advanced engineering and testing that went into Chrysler Corporation cars helped to push the company to the second-place position in U.S. sales by 1936, a position it would last hold in 1949. FORD The Ford Motor Company was launched in a converted factory in 1903 with $28,000 in cash from twelve investors, most notably John and Horace Dodge (who would later found their own car company). Henry's first attempt under his name was the Henry Ford Company on November 3, 1901, which became the Cadillac Motor Company on August 22, 1902. During its early years, the company produced just a few cars a day at its factory on Mack Avenue in Detroit, Michigan. Groups of two or three men worked on each car from components made to order by other companies. Henry Ford was 40 years old when he founded the Ford Motor Company, which would go on to become one of the world's largest and most profitable companies, as well as being one to survive the Great Depression. As one of the largest family-controlled companies in the world, the Ford Motor Company has been in continuous family control for over 100 years.