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Who invented the horse and buggy?

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What is a horse buggy?

A horse and buggy is simply just a carriage pulled by horses. Nothing more or less.

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What was the fastest car in 1958?

greg bodner owned one Andres soriano owned one dad and Gregory john san miguel blas owned one but gregorio fat phan blas and maria Abe blas rash still own one you see it is what we one quarter jap people know it was a Toyota Camry jeopardy maria Abe blas rash i was working for bank of the orient ...

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What changes were necessary as the automobile replaced the horse and buggy?

The transportation infrastructure had to change dramatically to accomodate motor vehicles rather than horses and buggies. Some examples include:1. The roads had to be updated from packed dirt/gravel or paving bricks to solid sheets of concrete or asphault - the suspension systems on cars moving a...

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How did society react to the change from horse and buggy to first automobile?

I think it changed the society just from the people of the town not having to have horses pulling them around and just having motors i think it lso has a not so good impact today with prices of gas so high.

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What was the price of petrol in Australia in 1958?

4s 8½d per gallon in old money or 23.5p in today's money

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What was the best selling car in 1958?

One of both General Motors' and America's most successful auto nameplates, the Impala was often the best-selling automobile in its formative years when full-sized cars dominated sales.The 1965 sales of over one million units in the U.S.still stands as a record.

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Who was Illinois Governor in 1958?

William Grant StrattonBorn: February 26, 1914Died: March 2, 2001Birth State: IllinoisParty: RepublicanFamily: Married Shirley Breckenridge; three childrenReligion: MethodistSchool(s): University of ArizonaPeriods in Office: From: January 12, 1953 To: January 9, 1961Higher Office(s) Served: Repres...

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What was price of gallon of gasoline in January 1958?

You all may be surprised compared to the price of a gallon in this life time, but a gallon of gas in January 1958 was $0.14 to $0.19 a gallon. But, it slowly raised higher in price.

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When was the horse and carriage used?

In cities and towns, horse-drawn railed vehicles gave carriage to poor workers and the lower middle class.The upper middle class used buggies, as did farmers, while the rich had the more elegant 4-wheel carriages for local use.In the late 19th century, bicycles became another factor in urban pers...

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Do horses remember their riders?

Horses remember their training -- three horses used in long-term memory tests had no problems recognizing and selecting items 10 years after they were first trained to select them.

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What was the cost of cars in 1958?

$1200 to $1500. That does not sound like very much today but you have to remember the average income in 1958 was about $7000.

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When Was The Dune Buggy Invented?

The invention of the Dune Buggy is credited to Bruce Meyers, but the first fully functional dune buggy was invented and completed in 1958 by Peter Brehm.

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When was the horse and cart first used?

Among the first horse-drawn vehicles was the chariot, invented by the Mesopotamians in about 3000 B.C.It was a two-wheeled cart used at first in royal funeral processions.

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When was the first horse and cart used?

no way of knowing that

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Are dune buggies street legal in Florida?

4X4s and other such vehicles can be operated on and off roadways and must adhere to Florida road laws, as would any other vehicle.OHVs are not issued license plates, and they cannot be operated on public highways.Dune buggies and swamp buggies do not qualify as off-highway vehicles.

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What is horse and horse power?

A horse is a mammal, so it is an animal. Horsepower on the other hand is a measure of the power of your car engine.

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What was the only production car in 1958 without quad headlamps?

The Nash Metropolitan and the Studebaker are only two that I can think of made in the USA without quad headlamps in the 1958 model year.

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Are dune buggys road legal in Australia?

No, they have very strict laws regarding modifying vehicles. They must be almost completely stock for legal use on the roadways. Many there have Mad Max replica cars and can't drive them.

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IN reference to autos What is the difference between brake horse power and barrel horse power?

Brake horsepower (bhp) is the measure of an engine's horsepower without the loss in power caused by the gearbox, generator, differential, water pump, and other auxiliary components. Thus the prefix "brake" refers to where the power is measured: at the engine's output shaft, as on an engine dynamo...

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What car came out in 1958?

Read on.The very first Ford Model T rolled off a very new automotive assembly line in 1908 and truly gave America its first affordable wheels.A decade later, only 1 and 13 families owned a car, but it's very likely that car was Ford's wildly successful Model T.

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When was the horse carriage invented?

The earliest recorded sort of carriage was the chariot, reaching Mesopotamia as early as 1900 BC.Used typically for warfare by Egyptians, the near Easterners and Europeans, it was essentially a two-wheeled light basin carrying one or two passengers, drawn by one to two horses.

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What is the difference between a buggy and a carriage?

As adjectives the difference between buggy and carriage is that buggy is infested with insects while carriage is related to a wheeled vehicle, generally drawn by horse power.

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Are horses and people a like in any ways?

Why yes, but humans look nothing like horses. Horses get the same sicknesses as humans do and they can get arthritis.Hope that helps

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In what century did they have horse and carriages?

i think Between 1500 and 1700 after Christus

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Which is the power of the engine and the maximum speed of the panhard dyna 1958?

The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the 1958 4 Panhard Dyna is 41.6 PS/30.6 kW and 80 mph respectively.

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You have old car magazines from 1957 58 custom car and more about 26 this want i have rode custom sept 1958 and car craft sept 1958 androdding and restyling nov 1959 androde illustr fer 1959 and more?

If you are looking for those magazines, here's what I have: stacks of auto and motorcycle mags from late 50's to today. Purchased them all and just saved them. Mostly new cars of the day, 4-wheelers, general and off-road bikes and motorcycle competitions. Tom Edwards, architect [email protected]

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What was the factory price of a 1958 Ford F100 truck?

A 1958 Ford F100 1/2 ton Styleside Shortbed sold new for $1,874.

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How many cars did an average family own in 1958?

In 1958 the average family owned one. Very few families had two vehicles.

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Can you do a burnout in a 1958 Mercury montery?

Why abuse a nice old car? Parts will break and they are hard to find not to mention expensive.

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Was the first automobile moved by a horse?

From auto- "self", and mobile, as the vehicle is powered by an engine rather than pulled by horses. An enclosed passenger vehicle powered by an engine.

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Who invented the first horse and carriage?

The first coach to be made in England was made by Walter Rippon of Holland for the Earl of Rutland.It had a covered body and a pivoted front axle, unlike the rigid-axle carriages of earlier times, and was driven by a pair of horses.

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Who invented the horse and carriage?

Among the first horse-drawn vehicles was the chariot, invented by the Mesopotamians in about 3000 B.C.It was a two-wheeled cart used at first in royal funeral processions.

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What does horse and carriage mean?

a carriage pulled by a horse, as opposed to a modern automobile; the horse was urged on with a whip.(A symbol of old-fashionedness or out-of-dateness.

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What is the difference between brake horse power and rear wheel horse power?

Brake horse power is power of engine or motor.Rear wheel hp is taken at rear wheels.There will be a small decrease from engine hp.There is a "loss"of hp as the "power"is transmited from engine to the transmission to differential to axle to tires. Anything that "turns" reduces the available power ...

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Which is the power of the engine and the maximum speed of the packard hawk 1958?

275 hp (205 kW) @ 4,800 rpm is the power of the Packard hawk 1958 engine and its maximum speed is 125 mph.

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Number of plastic parts in a car and their name?

Are you serious? That would take more room to list than there is here and would number in the thousands.

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Boys And Their Trucks?

Most little boys like Tonka trucks, but as a parent, you should know what toy to buy for the right age. If you have a younger child, get a toy that has larger wheels and easy to handle parts. The smaller wheels can come off easier, and the child could put them in his mouth. Older children should ...

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How far would a horse and carriage travel in a day?

Horses are athletes, and well conditioned horses that are used to travelling long distances can travel much further than horses that are not used to such activity.If your horses don't get out and do this particularly often, then 20-30 miles (30-50 km) per day is probably a good estimate.

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If your car was repossessed no letter was sent and a demand for the full amount was made afterwards and all of the expensive items were stolen from the car while in their possession can you sue for theft?

None may be needed in your state. Consult an attorney about your case. If they take it, you are on the rooad to success. Good Luck

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Which is the power of the engine and the maximum speed of opel reckord wagon 1958?

The power of the engine and the maximum speed of opel reckord wagon 1958 is 56 kW / 77 ps and 163 km/h respectively.

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You were in an accident and the other party was at fault Their insurance company is paying to fix your vehicle but their insurance co wants to give you next to nothing for your med pain and suffering?

See a Lawyer who specializes in personal injury and auto claims. Be wary if the lawyer wants more than 25% of any recovery as a fee. Most states have a cap on what percentage a lawyer may be paid in the event any monies are recovered from the other insurer.NO matter what, DO NOT sign any release ...

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Which is the power of the engine and the maximum speed of the opel Olympia 1958?

46 bhp (46.6 PS/34.3 kW) at 4000 rpm is the power of the Opel Olympia 1958 engine and its maximum speed is 68 mph (111 km/h).

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What is the difference between horse power and torque?

Pretty basic idea:Horse Power is based on the concept of how far a weight can be lifted in a given amount of time. So high speed engines get High Horse power ratings.Torque is how hard the engine can turn a shaft.SO the way to think of this is Horse Power is fast and Torque is work.The old Trucke...

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Which is the power of the engine and the maximum speed of the pick-up studebaker transtar 1958?

The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the pick-up studebaker transtar 1958 is 270 hp (200 kW)and 77mph (124 km/h) respectively.

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What is horse power in cars?

horse power or hp is the amount of power going to your axels causing a forward motion that's why the 2011 Bugatti veron is the fastest car of 2010 it has an extremely high hp

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Whats the difference between horse power and torque?

By Karl Brauer, Editor in Chief, Edmunds.com While horsepower is often considered when shopping for a vehicle, what about that "other" engine rating: torque? Specifically, what are the differences between horsepower and torque? If you flip through the pages of any automotive publication, you'll n...

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How fast did a horse and carriage go?

Carriage horses are generally trotting.Depending on the fitness of the horses, they trot between 10 and 15 miles per hour.Trotting for 2 to 3 hours with a couple of slight walking rests is not at all out of reach.So a couple of good carriage horses should be able to convey a carriage 20-30 miles ...

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There are 246 million what in the US cars boats or dune buggies?

There 246 million cars in the US. There is 246 million cars in the whole US.

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When did people stop using horse and carriage?

Short answer: In the US, between 1920 and 1939, depending on the area.It took about 23 years to fully replace the cheap buggy, starting from when the Model T was made in volume in 1916, to the end of the Great Depression in 1939, (which had hurt new car sales and gas sales).

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What is a horse and carriage made of?

The Horse is made of flesh and the carriage of iron, wood and leather

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What is Definition linking between Power Stroke and Horse Power?

the power stroke is the downward stroke of the piston, how much power is created in this motion is judged in horse power.

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What is the difference between horse power and HP?

They are the same thing.

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How do you find out what size motor is in your 1963 dune buggy?

Try to find the ID number stamped into the block. Then contact a VW dealership.

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How many horse power in 600ccu?

Depends on compression and other variables. Average gasoline engine probably 50 hp or less, supersports motorcycle in excess of 110.

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Where in southern California would one be able to buy and install stereos in their cars?

The business named Stereo 1 located in Southern California is one of the many places one can purchased a stereo system and have it installed in a vehicle.

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Which is the power of the engine and the maximum speed of the Chrysler 300D automatic 1958?

The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the 1958 Chrysler 300D Automatic are 380 hp and 140 mph respectively.

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Which is the power of the engine and the maximum speed of the pick-up Chevrolet apache 1958?

The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the pick-up Chevrolet apache 1958 is 4.4-liter eight-cylinder engine and 85 mph respectively.

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What was the filming location for the celebrex commercial with the couple riding their bikes and having a picninc?

Alisal Rd. in Solvang, Ca. I know for a fact because I am the background actor who drove the yellow pick-up truck in it.

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What is the logo which has a horse on it and has black and red stripes?

Porsche (see related links for image)

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If I was in a accident with someone who had insurancee in their fathers name and that insurance doesn't cover all my bill and his son got insurance through another company will that insurance kick in.?

NO. the accident happened while he had his fathers car insurance. If he switches insurance he still uses the insurance he had when he got into his accident. However, your health insurance with pick up the difference.

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If the car merging onto a road in front of you was beyond the Yield sign and slammed on their brakes Who is at fault?

Sounds like you rear-ended them. Are you the same person who had the driver ahead "Brake aggressively" a couple of weeks ago? If the front of your car strikes the back of another and they are not in reverse, 99.99% of the time you are at fault.

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List ten metals and their uses?

Lithium: BatteriesIron: carsAluminum: airplanesNickel: coinsLead: car batteriesUranium: nuclear reactorsTitanium: lightweight cooking materialsChromium: chrome plated itemsSodium: table saltZinc: core of pennnies

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What year did the horse and carriage stop and the cars started?

It was more of a phased-in event. As more cars were manufactured, the use of horse and carriage declined. Henry Ford, whose methods of increasing production in the early 1900s allowed more people to afford cars, made the change possible.

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What protects circuits and their components?

Fuses, fuseable links and circuit breakers.

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What are some thoughts about whether and how human beings can achieve immortality through their words and their works?

Immortality is living forever, and although the body won't, what the person can achieve in life very well can live on. Literature, proverbs, and art are examples of someone's ideas and feelings that live on without them, and if a name is attached to those works the creator can become immortal. Wi...

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What do cars with petrol engines have in their exhaust system to reduce the amount of carbon monoxide unburned hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides in their exhaust gases?

The catalytic converter reduces carbon monoxide, as well as unburned hydrocarbons.The EGR system introduces exhaust gas to the intake, creating a lower combustion temperature, and in turn less oxides of nitrogen.There are more advanced systems on newer cars, but these are the basics.................

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How do you turn a dune buggy street legal in Florida?

head lights, horn, and indicators

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Which is the power of the engine and the maximum speed of the Plymouth fury automatic 1958?

The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the Plymouth Fury Automatic are 290 horsepower, and 114 mph respectively.

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How much does an average car have in horse power?

Depends on the race (as weather/climate and altitude both influence power output) and the upgrades.The average quoted figures are 750 hp for the starting of the season, and 800-850 as the engined get developed throughout the season. KERS also adds ~80 extra HP.Then FIA comes with new rules to red...

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Is the Trojan horse in the south west?

Depends which south west you are talking about, but if its southwestern Europe then yes.

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How do they rate horse power in a motor?

Multiply the foot pounds of torque by the rpm.

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Are horse drawn vehicles allowed on public roadways in Florida?

In Florida it is legal to ride your horse on a roadway.Not ride on any limited access roadways such as Highways or Freeways, or ramps leading up to them; • And, that vehicles must yield the right of way in crosswalks.

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Which is the power of the engine and the maximum speed of the borgward Isabella wagon 1958?

The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the 1958 Borgward Isabella wagon are 75 bhp (56 kW) and 130 km/h (81 mph) respectively.

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Which is the power of the engine and the maximum speed of the ford zephyr wagon 1958?

The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the Ford Zephyr wagon 1958 are 71 bhp and 65 mph respectively.

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What was on tv and in the news in 1963?

President Kennedy was shot Nov. 1963

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What should you do if someone puts you in their car and drives off with you?

Security specialists the world over advise MAKE NOISE! WAVE YOUR ARMS WILDLY TO GAIN THE ATTENTION OF OTHER CAR DRIVERS OR PEOPLE ON THE STREET!Get out of the car when it slows down for a turn, or stops for a traffic signal.Cause the kidnapper to wreck the car! This can be accomplished by wrenchi...

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Who are the largest truck trailer manufacturers in the United States and where are their headquarters?

The largest truck trailer manufacturers in the United States would be PACCAR, Inc (which manufactures Kenworth and Peterbilt among other brands) and Daimler Trucks North America (which manufactures Freightliner and Western Star among others). PACCAR is headquartered in Bellvue, Washington and Dai...

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Why do black birds keep poop in their mouth and then drop it on your car?

They drop it everywhere like all birds, but don't retain it in their mouths until they reach a target.

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How many horse power is in a 100cc engine?

Displacement doesn't correspond directly to horsepower.Horse power is not measured by cc's alone. There are many factors involved.

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How much did a horse cost in 1910?

The maximum speed limit in most cities was 10 mph.The tallest structure in the world was the Eiffel Tower ! The average US wage in 1910 was 22 cents per hour.The average US worker made between $200 and $400 per year.

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What is the rarest horse in the world?

Akhal – Teke horse It's considered to be one of the most beautiful and rarest horse breeds in the world, but in fact, Akhal-Teke horses are threatened, but not as rare as other horse breeds.

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Can anyone put this additive in their car and if so where can you get it?

We don't know what additive you are referring to.

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How much horse power in a 208 cubic centimeter engine?

Impossible to say without more details. There's a lot more to horsepower than just size. Single or multi cylinders, 2 cycle or 4 cycle, level of sophistication, all have a bearing. The 180cc engine on my power washer is not very sophisticated and makes about 12HP. An engine that size on a competi...

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How much did a horse cost in the 1800s?

In the west US it was possible to buy a horse for as little as $10, but a decent riding equine cost around $150, with a range of $120 (1861) to $185 (1865).A pack horse for the Oregon Trail cost $25 in the US in 1850, but a riding horse would run you $75.

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How many horse power is in a 3200cc engine?

That would depend on your motors setup, is it carbuerated or fuel injected? what exhaust manifold is on it? what transmission is attached to it? what rear is attached to it? your best bet would be to find a shop that does "DYNO" testing, so go open up your yellow pages and start searching for a s...

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How is horse power in a car calculated?

circumference of your moms tities

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Why was everybody in Princess Diana's car not wearing their seatbelt except for the ex-SAS bodyguard?

They probably weren't wearing their seat belts for a number of reasons. Ruined/wrinkled clothing, seat belts are usually uncomfortable, no one wants to look like a paranoid freak, the idea of a serious crash was utterly unthinkable, and so on. I suspect simply feeling like they couldn't ever poss...

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How many horse and what year is this evinrude motor serial 4429-07074?

1949 - 5.4 HP Evinrude Zephyr (2-stroke, 4-cylinder)

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How much horse power and torque does a 1993 454 Suburban have?

Advertised horse power: 230 hp, andtorque: 385 lb-ft.

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How much torque and horse power does a small engine have?

How small is a small engine? One could only guess.

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On a statue with horse and rider what does it mean if the horse has one foot off of the ground?

the theory is that on a statue of a solider on horseback, if the horse is standing with one hoof off the ground, the soldier was wounded in battle Two raised hooves indicate that the soldier died in battle. If the statue shows all four hooves on the ground, the rider died of natural causes

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What are the tools auto mechanics use and their uses?

It really depends on the nature of the shop and the extent of the work they do. If it's just a tire and lube center, the tool requirements will be a bit less than, say, a place which restores classic cars.

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Where does ford manufacture their cars and trucks?

They have facilities throughout the world... USA, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Europe, Indonesia, etc.

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Does turning LED lights on and off shorten their life?

LED Lighting The operating life of a light emitting diode (LED) is unaffected by turning it on and off.While lifetime is reduced for fluorescent lamps the more often they are switched on and off, there is no negative effect on LED lifetime.

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What are the 5 primary air pollutants and their sources?

The five primary air pollutants include carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, particulate matter, sulfur oxides, and volatile organic compounds.The sources for all five of these pollutants include electricity production, industry, and transportation.

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What is the differentces between there and their?

'There' is an adverb that refers to a location, while 'their' is a possessive adjective. You would use 'there' to say something like "I went to Steve's house yesterday and slept over there." 'Their' would be used to say "Steve and I really like their new car."

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List of scientist with their inventions and with picture?

maghanap ka sa mga libro mo para matuto ka. matuto kang magsikap

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What performance and tuning can you do to a car to have more horse power?

Help the engine breath better by improving the air filter/intake system and the exhaust system.

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Can a parent take a childs car that the title is in their name and they pay the ins?

If the title is in the child's name, the child is the legal owner and the parent cannot take the car, regardless of who pays the insurance.

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