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Some articles on wheels, wheel, steering wheel, steering, steering wheel horn:

Toyota Supra - Mark IV (1992–2002)
... All vehicles were equipped with 5-spoke aluminium alloy wheels and a space saver spare tire on a steel wheel to save weight and space ... Other measures included hollow carpet fibers, magnesium-alloy steering wheel, plastic gas tank and lid, gas injected rear spoiler, and a single pipe exhaust ... airbags, traction control, larger brakes, wheels, tires, and an additional turbo, the car was at least 200 lb (91 kg) lighter than its predecessor ...
Ford Torino - 1972–1976: Gran Torino - 1972
... The new suspension and chassis had a wheel track at least 2 inches (51 mm) wider than the 1971 models ... The power steering was also revised to be integral in the steering box, rather than the external booster style used in previous years ... All Torinos now had 14-inch wheels as the only wheel size available, while 15-inch wheels were used for police and fleet models ...
Chevrolet Monza - History - Monza Spyder
... steel-belted radial ply blackwall tires, wheel opening mouldings (chrome), Day-Night inside mirror, Sport Steering Wheel (2-spoke wheel), Special instrumentation and 'stitched' instrument panel pad with ... Spyder emblems (front facia, rear lock cover and sport steering wheel horn button insert), Body side stripes with Spyder lettering in red, white or gold depending on body color, Black painted ... air dam that blends into the front fender wheel openings ...
Racing Video Game - History - 1980s
... control, and let go of the accelerator when going into a skid in order to regain control of the steering ... game to use force feedback technology, which caused the steering wheel to vibrate, and the game also featured a unique three-screen arcade display for a more three-dimensional perspective of the track ... It was the first home video game to feature a racing wheel controller ...

Famous quotes containing the words steering wheel, horn, steering and/or wheel:

    Behind the steering wheel
    The boy took out his own forehead.
    His girlfriend’s head was a green bag
    Of narcissus stems. “OK you win
    But meet me anyway at Cohen’s Drug Store
    In 22 minutes.”
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    “I wanted there should be some there next year.”
    “Of course you did. You left the rest for seed,
    And for the backwoods woodchuck. You’re the girl!
    A Ram’s Horn orchid seedpod for a woodchuck
    Sounds something like. Better than farmer’s beans
    To a discriminating appetite....”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    Behind the steering wheel
    The boy took out his own forehead.
    His girlfriend’s head was a green bag
    Of narcissus stems. “OK you win
    But meet me anyway at Cohen’s Drug Store
    In 22 minutes.”
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    To sum up:
    1. The cosmos is a gigantic fly-wheel making 10,000 revolutions a minute.
    2. Man is a sick fly taking a dizzy ride on it.
    3. Religion is the theory that the wheel was designed and set spinning to give him the ride.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)