English glossary of automotive terms
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jccantrell  Identity Verified
United States
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Jan 24, 2003

Don\'t know your A-pillar from your C-pillar? Don\'t worry, help is at hand.



Found this on the net.



Enjoy!



http://www.cartrackers.com/auto_glossary/


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costinro
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Thanks a lot! Jan 24, 2003

I thought I should give you something in exchange for these excellent links. ITIA Bulletin/January 2003 is very laudatory about some new German-English/English German Langensheidt’s dictionaries (electrical engineering and electronics). You can get all the information at www.langenscheidt.de.



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Silvina Beatriz Codina  Identity Verified
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Check out this one too! Jan 24, 2003

Thanks for the glossary, and you may like to see this one too (English only):



http://www.motorera.com/dictionary/index.htm



It is quite extensive, covering many car-related subjects (engineering, car racing, brands, etc.), and includes many cross-references and illustrations.


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