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Free turkey giveaway today at Rosenthals
Nine Rosenthalauto.com dealers will be giving away 1,000 turkeys today beginning at 11 a.m. on a first-come, first-served basis, according to Bob Rosenthal.
“It’s just one more way to thank our customers and the communities we serve,” said the area auto executive. No purchase is necessary to receive a turkey while supplies last.
The turkeys will be available at: Landmark Honda in Alexandria; Rosenthal Chevrolet; Rosenthal Jeep/Chrysler and Arlington Mazda in Arlington; Rosenthal Jaguar/Land Rover in Chantilly; Fairfax Honda /Volkswagen/Volvo in Fairfax; Gaithersburg Mazda and Rosenthal Acura in Gaithersburg; and Rosenthal Jag-uar/Land Rover in Tysons Corner. Directions and other details can be found at Rosenthalauto.com on the Internet.
Muscle, classic car calendars available
Muscle car and American classic car fanciers can get 2006 color wall calendars online that may feature their favorite models. The calendars are sold by Avalanche Publishers. They are the work of photographer Dan Lyons.
He uses Ford, Dodge, Chevrolet and Pontiac models for the muscle car calendar, and includes specifications and under-the-hood shots.
The classic car calendar features Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth and Chrysler models, along with historical information and close-up shots.
For pricing and ordering information on the 16-month calendars, visit www.avalanchepub.com or call 800/888-6421.
Try BookFinder.com for car information
The Internet can come to the rescue of auto enthusiasts looking for hard-to-find books and other material on the subject.
Try the online book search engine www.BookFinder.com.
BookFinder is a free service that scans an estimated 40 million books on any subject and connects searchers with a network of thousands of booksellers.
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