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Auto Almanac
February 19, 2018

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Auto Almanac</br>February 19, 2018

A treasure trove of essential automotive quick hits. After designing a highly successful Almanac for one of our daily-newspaper customers, we wondered if we could put together an automotive version. As a result, your new Auto Almanac contains trivia, concept-car spy info, auction notes and even games. All along the way, we invite readers to interact and submit their own ideas.

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Shift!
February 19, 2018

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Shift!</br>February 19, 2018

The first “green” feature. One of our most popular new weekly features takes a look at the auto world from the unique perspective of fuel efficiency and technology as it relates to the environment, from hydrogen, hybrids, electric power and other alternative methods of propulsion. “Shift” is exactly that: a shift in thinking. What will the vehicle of tomorrow look like? Your readers can find out today in Shift. This predesigned module can be used as-is or reconfigured to fit just about any space.

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Acura RDX: 2007-’12
February 12, 2018

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Acura RDX: 2007-’12</br>February 12, 2018

Acura introduced the RDX in mid-2006 to compete with other premium all-wheel-drive compact wagons such as the BMW X3, Infiniti EX, Land Rover LR2 and the Lexus RX350. The five-passenger RDX was equipped with a 240-horsepower turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder that was exclusive to this vehicle. A five-speed automatic transmission was standard.

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Shift!
February 12, 2018

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Shift!</br>February 12, 2018

The first “green” feature. One of our most popular new weekly features takes a look at the auto world from the unique perspective of fuel efficiency and technology as it relates to the environment, from hydrogen, hybrids, electric power and other alternative methods of propulsion. “Shift” is exactly that: a shift in thinking. What will the vehicle of tomorrow look like? Your readers can find out today in Shift. This predesigned module can be used as-is or reconfigured to fit just about any space.

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Toyota C-HR
AutoGraph February 12, 2018

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Toyota C-HR</br>AutoGraph February 12, 2018

Weekly automotive infographics that inform, enlighten and delight readers. Our high-impact infographics add visual appeal and variety to your auto-section pages. Wheelbase’s designers are some of the best in the business with numerous awards for dynamic newsgraphics and page design.

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Top Gear
February 12, 2018

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Top Gear</br>February 12, 2018

When it comes to piloting radio-controlled models, arguably the most fun you can have are those with giant knobby tires and trick suspensions for tackling rocks, sand and gravel. Redcat Racing has a vast assortment of such vehicles, plus all the necessary parts and accessories youÕll need to keep them running.

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Sweet home, Alabama
The Octane Lounge February 5, 2018

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Sweet home, Alabama</br>The Octane Lounge February 5, 2018

What do you think of when you think of Alabama? Nick Saban and five College Football National Championships in the last nine seasons? The Roy Moore senatorial race scandal? “Sweet Home Alabama” or some other Lynyrd Skynyrd Southern-rock anthem? But Alabama as a powerhouse in automotive manufacturing? Yes. In 2017, Germany-based automaker Mercedes-Benz produced its three-millionth vehicle in Alabama.

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The Auto Sleuth
February 5, 2018

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The Auto Sleuth</br>February 5, 2018

If you could have only one automotive feature, this should be it. At Wheelbase Communications, we’ve chosen to stay away from providing an automotive-news column until we could do it in a non-traditional way. And here it is: the Auto Sleuth. Our worldly gumshoe has his ear to the ground, digging up the latest news on everything from product launches and updates to names in the news. The column is solely driven by reader interest. No boring statistics or auto-company pap here, just the straight goods peppered with the Auto Sleuth’s commentary and speculative, gossipy-style.

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Fine Lines: The first Sting Ray
Fine Lines February 5, 2018

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Fine Lines: The first Sting Ray</br>Fine Lines February 5, 2018

The fastest, toughest, meanest Corvette Sting Ray on the block arrived in 1966. The optional ($437.10) 427-cubic-inch powerplant was available in 390- and 425-horsepower versions. That latter’s three two-barrel-carb setup turned the $6,000 Corvette into a heart-stopping monster that could reel off zero-to-60-mph runs in less than 5.5 seconds. But the 427 saga didn’t end there.

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AutoCross
February 5, 2018

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AutoCross</br>February 5, 2018

For the auto thrill-seeker, this is one of the most unique additions to your publication. The International AutoCross will test the knowledge of your readers with trivia that scours automobile parts bins, dealer showrooms and the history of people and places that have made the automobile what it is today. Retain readers and have them coming back on a regular basis for more. Like Wheelbase’s other features, International AutoCross comes to you formatted and ready to use.

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