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Sports Car Market – Keith Martin’s Guide to Car Collecting and Investing

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Copenhagenize: The Definitive Guide to Global Bicycle Urbanism – Mikael Colville-Andersen

The bicycle enjoyed a starring role in urban history over a century ago, but now it is back, stronger than ever. It is the single most important tool for improving our cities. Designing around it is the most efficient way to make our cities life-sized—to scale cities for humans. It is time to cement the bicycle firmly in the urban narrative in US and global cities.

Enter urban designer Mikael Colville-Andersen. He has worked for dozens of global cities on bicycle planning, strategy, infrastructure design, and communication. He is known around the world for his colorful personality and enthusiasm for the role of bike in urban design. In Copenhagenize, he shows cities how to effectively and profitably re-establish the bicycle as a respected, accepted, and feasible form of transportation.

Building on his popular blog of the same name, Copenhagenize offers vivid project descriptions, engaging stories, and best practices, alongside

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The 2019 Consumer Car Lease Guide

car leasing guideAuto leasing has become very popular in the last few years as consumers are challenged to find affordable automobile financing alternatives in the current economy. Car leasing has grown to record levels never before seen.

Many people who could benefit from leasing a car have misconceptions, don’t know how it works, or how to determine if it’s right for them. Some people now leasing are paying too much because they didn’t know a good lease deal from a bad one.

Buy Lease KitLeaseGuide.com helps you understand auto leasing, how to lease a car the smart way, who should lease (and who should not), how to find monthly lease payments, calculate lease vs buy, and how to get the best lease deals.

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Guide to Choosing a Scope on a Budget – ScannerDanner Forum

Thanks for the write up, nice job! Love that pressure transducer. Any links on how to make one? (You must have know that someone was gonna ask!) lol

Given the fact that budgets are a relative term, I though I’d add my two cents here.

I bought my first scope last year. I was planning on buying a Uscope. I liked the size, the price, and the features. I was however, concerned with the fact that it only had one channel. I figured that I’d wait till a two channel version of the Uscope came out and buy that. However, it became apparent that AES had no plans for a two channel version.

Upon the recommendation of a popular diagnostician on YT and even Paul Danner himself, I bought a used, but like new, Snap-On Vantage Pro. It had somewhat older firmware but since my newest car is a 2009

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