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Where did the Ford Mustang get its name?

The Ford Mustang is an American icon - it’s been in production since 1964 and is the only “pony car” that has maintained uninterrupted production for so many years. Though the Mustang has undergone numerous changes over the last 5 decades, it has always stayed true to its original concept; a relatively small, reliable, inexpensive sports car for the masses. With such a track record, and a list of designs which (mostly) always maintained a successful reputation and high sales numbers, it’s easy to see why the Mustang is one of the most recognized and well-loved cars in history.

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How often should you rotate your tires?

“Tire rotation” is a term you hear frequently in the realm of vehicle maintenance, but what does it actually mean? How often should you have it done? Delta V Motorsports in Richmond has the answers you’re looking for.

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Who designed what was considered the world’s first car?

Who created the world’s first car is actually a matter of debate; since the invention of the engine, people had been installing them on horse carriages to make them self-propelled. Even when automobiles specifically designed for engines came around, they were hardly recognizable as a car by today’s standards. However, the first patented automobile, a vehicle specifically designed to be propelled by an engine, was built by Karl Benz and completed in 1885. 

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