Amesbury Foreign Auto Repair

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Amesbury Foreign Auto Repair
Amesbury Foreign Auto Repair is listed in the Automobile Dealers Used Cars & Vans category in Amesbury, Massachusetts. Displayed below is the only current social network for Amesbury Foreign Auto Repair which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Amesbury Foreign Auto Repair on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Contact information for Amesbury Foreign Auto Repair is:
51 Macy St
Amesbury, MA 01913
(978) 388-5959
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March 28, 1941: Work starts on Ford plant: Workers begin clearing land for what will become Ford's Willow Run plant near Ypsilanti, Mich. The plant was constructed for the mass production of military aircraft, and would later be owned by Kaiser Motors and then General Motors. (Source Hagerty.com)

March 24, 1930 "Steve McQueen is born: Actor Steve McQueen, nicknamed "The King of Cool," is born in Beech Grove, Ind. Best known for films such as "Bullit," "The Getaway" and "The Thomas Crown Affair," McQueen was also an avid motorcycle and racecar enthusiast." (Hagerty) http://amesburyforeignauto.com

VW Bus Goes Into Production: March 8, 1950 After the War in 1944, the Wolfsburg Volkwagen factory where the VW Beetles were made had no means of internal transport. So the people who worked in the experimental department came up with the idea of a flatbed truck utilizing parts from another vehicle—the Kübelwagen. Dutch Volkswagen importer Ben Pon is credited with the “bus” concept after impressing engineers with a sketch of the vehicle showing the cab moved forward and the flatbed covered over.

Charles B. King Drives the Streets of Detroit: March 6, 1896 When Charles B. King became the first person to drive a “horseless carriage” on the streets of Detroit, Henry Ford was there—on his bicycle. According to the Automotive Hall of Fame website, “King’s momentous first drive started when he steered his vehicle down St. Antoine Street to Jefferson Avenue, and then swung north on Detroit’s famous Woodward Avenue to Grand Boulevard, at which time he turned around and headed home, only to be greeted by a policeman who threatened to ticket him for disturbing the peace.” (Source: historicvehicle.org)

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Happy 27th Anniversary Amesbury Foreign Auto!!!