What are automobiles?

Some articles on automobiles, automobile:

Automobiles Grégoire
... Automobiles Grégoire was a French car manufacturer, established in 1902, that operated for about twenty years in the early 20th century ... But in 1904, the company started to manufacture automobiles ... The Gregoire company never sold a lot of automobiles ...
Snaefell Mountain Course - History
... in 1904 with the Gordon Bennett Trial and were originally restricted to touring automobiles ... speed restriction of 20 mph (32 km/h) on automobiles in the United Kingdom, the Secretary of the Automobile Club of Britain and Ireland approached the authorities in the Isle of Man to seek ... The 1906 Isle of Man Tourist Trophy Race for automobiles the Highroad Course was reduced from 52.12 miles (83.88 km) to 40 miles, 2 furlongs and 60 yards ...
Carriage Paths, Bridges And Gatehouses
... petroleum industry, wanted to keep the island free of automobiles but local governments allowed the entry of automobiles on the island's roads ... These roads were closed to automobiles and included many scenic vistas, as well as beautiful stone bridges and gatehouses ...
List Of Tamiya Product Lines - Static-display Scale Models - Automobiles
... The cars in the 120 Grand Prix Collection in order of manufacture are Tyrrell P34 Six Wheeler - 20001 Team Lotus J.P.S Mk.III - 20004 Martini Porsche 935 Turbo - 20005 Wolf WR-1 Ford - 20006 Brabham BT46 Alfa Romeo - 20007 Porsche 935 Turbo - 20008 Toyota Celica LB Turbo Gr.5 - 20009 Ferrari F312T3 - 20010 Racing Pit Team - 20011 Ligier JS11 Ford - 20012 Fiat 131 Abarth Rally - 20013 Williams FW-07 - 20014 Fiat 131 Monte-Carlo Winner - 20015 Porsche 928S - 20016 Brabham BT50 BMW Turbo - 20017 Renault RE-30B Turbo - 20018 Williams FW-11 Honda - 20019 Lotus Honda 99T - 20020 Benetton Ford B188 - 20021 Ferrari F189 Early Version - 20023 Ferrari F189 Portuguese G.P ... - 20024 Driver Tech ...

Famous quotes containing the word automobiles:

    Automobiles are free of egotism, passion, prejudice and stupid ideas about where to have dinner. They are, literally, selfless. A world designed for automobiles instead of people would have wider streets, larger dining rooms, fewer stairs to climb and no smelly, dangerous subway stations.
    —P.J. (Patrick Jake)

    Uses are always much broader than functions, and usually far less contentious. The word function carries overtones of purpose and propriety, of concern with why something was developed rather than with how it has actually been found useful. The function of automobiles is to transport people and objects, but they are used for a variety of other purposes—as homes, offices, bedrooms, henhouses, jetties, breakwaters, even offensive weapons.
    Frank Smith (b. 1928)