Chamonix is a Brazilian automobile manufacturer which has produced replicas of 1960s Porsche sports cars based on Volkswagen parts since 1987. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chamonix (car)"
Chang'an Ford Mazda Engine (CFME) is a joint venture between Chang'an Ford, Mazda, the Ford Motor Company and Chang'an Motors in Nanjing, China. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chang'an Ford Mazda Engine"
Charles Howard ( 1877- 1950) was an entrepreneur and a successful automobile manufacturer. He lost his son at an early age and bought the famous horse Seabiscuit. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Howard"
China Motor Corporation (CMC) is a manufacturer of automobiles in Taiwan. In 2005, the company agreed to begin building DaimlerChrysler minivans for that market. 15% of the company is owned by Mitsubishi, and it builds Mitsubishi cars for the Taiwanese market. ...more on Wikipedia about "China Motor Corporation"
Commuter Cars is a Spokane, Washington based company founded by Rick Woodbury and his son Bryan. They are beginning production of the first of their line of ultra-narrow electric sports cars, the Tango T600. The first production car is owned by the actor George Clooney who took delivery on 9 August 2005. The T600 costs $85,000 and is delivered only partly assembled. ...more on Wikipedia about "Commuter Cars"
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CTS Fahrzeug-Dachsysteme ("CTS Car Top Systems" in German) is a supplier of convertible tops. Long a subsidiary of Porsche AG, that company agreed to sell it to Magna International in late 2005 for roughly $470,000,000. CTS supplies convertible tops for Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari, PSA Group, the Cadillac XLR, as well as the sixth-generation Chevrolet Corvette. ...more on Wikipedia about "CTS Fahrzeug-Dachsysteme"
Dacia ( IPA: /'da.ʧi.a/) is a Romanian car maker which belongs to the Renault group. The two models of cars produced by Dacia in 2004 are the Dacia Logan and the Dacia Solenza. The Dacia Logan is also sold under the Renault brand (Renault Logan). ...more on Wikipedia about "Dacia (car)"
DAF is a Dutch automobile company, with its main offices in Eindhoven. ...more on Wikipedia about "DAF Trucks"
Daimler-Benz AG was founded on May 1, 1924 by the merger of Benz & Cie. and Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daimler-Benz"
Delta Motor Corporation was a South African car manufacturer, which was created through a management buy-out after General Motors (GM) divested from South Africa in 1986. In 1997, GM acquired a 45 per cent stake, and in 2003 the company became a fully-owned subsidiary, General Motors South Africa. ...more on Wikipedia about "Delta Motor Corporation"
Diamond Star Motors (commonly abbreviated to DSM) was a vehicle manufacturing division jointly owned by the Chrysler Corporation and the Mitsubishi Motors Corporation. The name Diamond Star Motors comes from the parent companies logos: a pentastar (Chrysler), and three diamonds (Mitsubishi). Three of the vehicles produced via Diamond Star Motors are also generally referred to as DSMs: the Mitsubishi Eclipse, Eagle Talon, and the Plymouth Laser. ...more on Wikipedia about "Diamond Star Motors"
Dodge is a brand name of automobiles and light to heavy-duty trucks, marketed by the German-American-based DaimlerChrysler AG from 1928 to the present. From 1914 to 1927, the company was named Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle Company. In 1998, Dodge along with all other Chrysler subsidaries, was purchased by Daimler-Benz. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dodge"
Dorris, or Dorris Motors Company was founded by George Preston Dorris. Born in Nashville, Tennessee, Dorris had built an experimental gasoline car circa 1896- 1897 in his family's bicycle shop. He relocated to St. Louis, Missouri, where he joined with John L. French to found the St. Louis Motor Carriage Company. Dorris served as chief engineer. When French relocated to Peoria, Illinois, Dorris quit the firm and founded the Dorris Motor Car Company. With his departure, French and the St. Louis Motor Carriage Company quickly foundered. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dorris"
Dura Convertible Systems is an automobile supplier specializing in convertible tops. It is a unit of Collins & Aikman Corp. Dura has supplied convertible tops to Chrysler since 1982's introduction of the Chrysler LeBaron convertible. It has also long supplied the Chevrolet Corvette's top. Both of these long contracts were recently won by competitors, the Chrysler Sebring going to Karmann and the Corvette to Porsche's CTS Car Top Systems subsidiary. It still supplies the Ford Mustang convertible. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dura Convertible Systems"
Edscha Cabrio-Verdecksysteme is a maker of automobile components. It currently supplies the convertible top for the BMW Z4. Edscha's IVM Automotive subsidiary developed the new Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class automobile. Its United States subsidiary, Edscha Roof Systems of Pontiac, Michigan, builds the Chrysler PT Cruiser convertible top. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edscha"
Fisker Coachbuild is an American car manufacturer company based in Irvine, California. Fisker Coachbuild was founded in January 2005 by Henrik Fisker and Bernhard Koehler. Henrik Fisker was responsible for the designs of the BMW Z8 and of the Aston Martin DB9 ** . The first models were shown at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Fisker Latigo CS and the Fisker Tramonto. Only 150 vehicles will be built on each of the production models. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fisker Coachbuild"
Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych (FSO) means in Polish Passenger Car Factory, simply. ...more on Wikipedia about "FSO car factory"
GM-AvtoVAZ is a joint venture between General Motors and AvtoVAZ set up in 1999. It produces the Chevrolet Niva, based on the Lada Niva, and the Chevrolet Viva, based on the 1998 Opel Astra. ...more on Wikipedia about "GM-AvtoVAZ"
Gutbrod was a German car manufacturer. The firm was founded by Wilhelm Gutbrod in 1926. It originally built motorcycles, between 1933 and 1935. Standard Superior cars were built with rear-mounted engines. The small Gutbrod Superior model was produced between 1950 and 1954 using own manufactured, front-mounted twin-cylinder two-stroke engines (593cc and 663 cc). 7726 cars were produced in fact. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gutbrod"
Guy Motors was a British company based in Fallings Park, Wolverhampton that made cars, lorries and buses. They were established by Sydney Guy in 1914. ...more on Wikipedia about "Guy Motors"
Sir Lawrence Hartnett had been very involved in the development of the first mass-produced Holden which was launched in the late 1940s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hartnett"
Heuliez is a French company that works as production and design unit for various automakers. It is specialized in producing short series for niche markets, such as convertible or station-wagon automobiles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Heuliez"
Holden Australia is an Australian car manufacturer, originally independent but now a subsidiary of General Motors. ...more on Wikipedia about "Holden"
Horch was a German automobile manufacturing company ( 1899- 1939). Its headquarters had been in Cologne and its founder was August Horch. ...more on Wikipedia about "Horch"
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