Post by mannhursthurst6 on Mar 3, 2012 20:15:19 GMT 10
Have you ever wondered how some people can afford expensive cars even if they don't seem to have the means to afford them? They may be in on a little secret that most of the car buying public is unaware of; buying repossessed for sale cars at public auctions where the prices are usually far below market value.
How is this possible you may be wondering? It's actually quite simple and works off the good old law of supply and demand. Every year thousands upon thousands of cars, trucks, SUVs, and motorcycles are seized or repossessed by government law enforcement agencies, the IRS, local law enforcement, and banks from people who can no longer afford the payments or those involved in criminal activities. RV Salvage Junk Cars Auto Auction
Post by mannhursthurst6 on Apr 12, 2012 20:50:12 GMT 10
The seventies began with the iconic 1970 World Cup Finals which saw a sublime Brazilian team lift the trophy with Pele again at the helm, this time wearing the Puma King football boot. The decade itself will be remembered for the way in which football boot sponsorship took off, where players were being paid to wear only one brand. In terms of design and style, technological advancements produced lighter boots, and a variety of colours, including for the first time, the all-white football boot.
In 1979, Adidas produced the world's best selling football boot the Copa Mundial, built of kangaroo leather and built for speed and versatility. Although Adidas remained dominant, several other football boot makers joined the fray including Italian football boot maker Diadora (1977).