Examples of motorcar in a Sentence
a convention for those who love antique motorcars
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In the auto industry, Honda, Nissan and Toyota decided to solve their problem by producing very expensive but high-quality motorcars, which hadn’t existed in their stable.
Piccadilly Circus The real Piccadilly Circus has been part of London since 1893, with first horses and carriages, then motorcars, then those iconic black taxis and red double-decker buses circling round and round.
At the time of the crash, Elliott was towing a trailer that carried a vintage railroad motorcar — a vehicle about the size of a small car that can be driven on railroad tracks.
As time wears on, more and more motorcars turn up, until horses are a rarity.
Bill was even hit by a motorcar during a marathon in St. Louis in 1910 or ’11, and again in a shorter road race in New York City in 1922.
Pasadena required motorcars be equipped with bells.
The new motorcars led to a jitney craze in cities across the country.
Settlements end up being designed with the motorcar in mind, so more and more of us are living more and more distant from each other.
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