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January 07, 1994 - Image 82

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-07

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AUTO'94

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AUTO SHOW SPECIALS!

Major Auto Exhibit
At Ford Museum

LEASE PER MONTH FOR 36 MONTHS

NEW '94 VOLVO 850 SEDAN

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LEASE PER MONTH FOR 36 MONTHS

NEW '94 VOLVO 850 SPORTSWAGON

FINAL '93 ONE-PRICE-SALE

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New '93 940 Turbo 4 Door

12,995

Demo '93 940 Wagon

Ruby red met./beige leather
sunroof, air bag and more
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Dk. blue met./black Ithr. ,
sunroof, air bag, loaded.
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New '93 960 Wagon

6 cyl., leather, dual air bags
sunroof.Save $7000
Choose from two.

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New '93 960 4 Door Sedan

22 9 995

6 cyl, leather, auto climate
sunroof, choose from two
Save $7000

$30,995

Demo '93 940 Wagon

leather, sunroof, cassette
cruise, loaded.
Choose from two.

$29,995

'23,995

CHOOSE FROM OVER 50 NEW MODELS!

* plus tax, title, license

DWYER

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Maple Rd. West of Haggerty

624-0400

94's
ARE
HERE!

Due at inception: capitalized cost reduction of $2500
plus first monthly payment; Volvo lease acquisition fee
of $450.00 security deposit equal to the monthly pay-
ment rounded up to the next $25.00 increment. all
applicable taxes and license due on delivery. Total
obligation equals monthly payment times 36. 45,000
miles allowed. 15 cents per mile over 45,000.
Purchase options are $16,150 (850 sedan) and
$17,150 (850 sportswagon). Based on approved cred-
it. Lessee responsible for excess wear and tear. Other
down payment and term options are available. Offer
expires 1/29/94. See Dwyer & Sons Volvo for details.

VISIT OUR NEW SHOWROOM

OPEN SATURDAY

AFTER AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT THE LAST
THING YOU WANT TO WORRY ABOUT IS THE
QUALITY OF YOUR BODY SHOP!

Let The Professionals Repair Your Car And Be
Confident The Job Is Being Done Right!

Maxie Collision, Inc.

32581 Northwester HWY, Farmington Hills

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The Right Parts . . . The Best Labor . . . At a Fair Price

MAXIE Collision, Inc.
32581 Northwestern Hwy.
Farmington Hills

PAY
TO
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PRESENT THiS CHECK FOR $100.00 OFF

For Future Need - Place With Car Papers

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MAY BE APPLIED
TO DEDUCTIBLE
FREE Estimates. Prior Sales Excluded Please no credit cards.

10% Discount labor only
Please present check with estimate. Not good with any other offers.
Expires 5-15-94.

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era; a 1941 tourist cabin from
the Michigan Irish Hills area;
an early 1960s Holiday Inn
guest room and "Great Sign"; a
wooded campground sheltering
a variety of recreational vehi-
cles; and a neon-lit, single-arch
McDonald's sign offering ham-
burgers for only 15 cents.
Winding through the exhibi-
tion is a multi-level road lined
with the most historically im-
portant cars in the history of
the American automobile in-
dustry. Among the cars: 1983
Honda Accord, the first car built
in America by a Japanese com-
pany; 1948 Tucker Torpedo
Sedan, a valiant attempt to in-
troduce a radically new car;
1924 Chrysler, the car that
brought Walter P. Chrysler's
new company into the market.
As passersby walk along the el-
evated roadway, they also come
across an intriguing array of
video presentations and selec-
tions of automotive literature
and accessories. ❑

enry Ford Muse-
um's automobile
collection stands
transformed into
"The Automobile in American
Life."
This three-dimensional, mul-
ti-media mix of cars, video and
audio presentations, graphics
and full-scale structures reveals
how pervasively the car has
shaped the ways Americans
work, play and conduct their
daily lives.
Unprecedented in its scope,
the 60,000-sq. ft. exhibit con-
tains objects ranging from full-
size original buildings and
billboards to a variety of audio-
visual presentations, including
a drive-in theater exhibit fea-
turing a specially commissioned
film, Car Culture.
Among the hundreds of orig-
inal objects on exhibit are a
1940s Texaco service station
with a 1939 Dodge Airflow tank
truck parked at the pumps; a
1946 diner with a jukebox play-
ing pop tunes of the Big Band

Prepare Cars
For Winter

JASON ZAPPE SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

s the weather gets
colder, it's time for pre-
ventive maintenance
n your car.
* Tire time. For drivers who
brave icy and snowy roads,
make sure your snow tires are
in good shape. Check treading
to make sure they will be able
to stand the winter. If you don't
need snow tires, it is still nec-
essary to have your tires
checked, balanced and rotat-
ed as necessary. Keeping on top
of the tires now will ensure
summer safety as well.
* Put your foot on it. In ad-
dition to tires, brakes are an-
other critical maintenance
factor. Have the brake system
checked out and keep an eye on
your brake fluid level. You
might also want to have your
alignment checked.
* Time for a charge. Anoth-
er area of trouble during win-
ter can be your battery. Make
sure you watch for danger signs
such as hard starting and cor-
rosion around the terminals.
You can handle corrosion by
scraping it away, cleaning the

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surface and tightening the ter-
minals. Clean the surface with
a mixture of baking soda and
water.
* Rubber madness. Now is
a good time to check your hoses,
seals and belts. Summer
months may have taken their
toll on the rubber connections
that give life to your engine.
Make sure there are no cracks
and they aren't hard, but soft
to the touch.
* Windshield awareness.
Summertime may have dried
out your windshield wipers as
well. Check to make sure the
rubber is all there. If not, re-
place the wipers. Better yet, re-
place them anyway; the cost to
see during frozen storms is
worth it.
* It's in the name. It's also
time to check your antifreeze
levels. If they're low, replace
with the recommended combi-
nation of water and antifreeze.
* Lube your engine. Don't
forget to change your oil and oil
filter. This should be done every
three months or 3,000 miles for
best results.

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