1957 saw the production of the Aston Martin DB Mark III Sport Coupe built at Hanworth Park in Feltham, with engine, chassis and running gear assembled at David Brown’s factory at Farsley in Yorkshire. The Aston Martin DB Mark II was one of the first production cars in the world to feature disc brakes which was a direct development of the company's years of motor car racing experience. The Aston Martin DB Mark III is powered by a W.O. Bentley-designed Lagonda 3.0-litre straight-6 engine.
Catalytic Converters Can Be a Real Danger
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It is always wise not to park your cars while there's debris underneath your car such as a pile of leaves. Several motor vehicle have been written off over the years since the mid 1970s where catalytic converters have caused fire. Catalytic converters forms an important part of a modern vehicle’s emission system. The catalytic converters task is to reduce the harmful emissions from motor vehicles that pollutes the atmosphere. Motor vehicles manufacturers have been fitting catalytic converters to every type automobiles built since the mid 1970s. Catalytic converters may be a good thing for controlling car emission, but unfortunately, it can also run incredibly hot sparking off ignition that will set fire to anything that it comes into contact with. Sometimes the clearance between the bottom of your vehicle and the ground is higher, which means you many not notice anything underneath when reversing into an empty parking space.When parking your motor vehicle, due care and attention is needed to make sure that no forms debris are underneath your car, for even a small pile of dried out leaves can be nourishment for a fire.
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