Colonial - Cars

Cars

  • Colonial (1920 automobile), the first American automobile with four-wheel brakes
  • Colonial (Shaw automobile), a rebranded Shaw sold from 1921 until 1922
  • Colonial (1921 automobile), a car from Boston which was sold from 1921 until 1922

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Famous quotes containing the word cars:

    Cuchulain stirred,
    Stared on the horses of the sea, and heard
    The cars of battle and his own name cried;
    And fought with the invulnerable tide.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    What our children have to fear is not the cars on the highways of tomorrow but our own pleasure in calculating the most elegant parameters of their deaths.
    —J.G. (James Graham)

    For I could not read or speak and on the long nights I could not turn the moon off or count the lights of cars across the ceiling.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)