ARKANSAS SIGHTSEEING: Museum of Automobiles puts cars from decades past on display - Arkansas Online

A poster inside the Museum of Automobiles atop Petit Jean Mountain lists some 2,600 models of motor vehicles that have been sold in the United States since the start of the 20th century. That sheer quantity testifies to America's long and devoted romance with the cars we drive.

The museum displays dozens of antique and newer makes, evoking the sentiments of an old Saturday Evening Post article:

"The love affair between Americans and their cars has lasted for more than a century. Like most affairs of the heart, those years have produced triumph, tragedy, creativity, innovation, and a not insignificant dose of laughter and lunacy."

The grounds of the museum, along Arkansas 154 east of the Petit Jean State Park facilities, will be thronged Thursday-Saturday for the 24th annual Petit Jean Fall Swap Meet. The gathering also includes a Military Vehicle Rally on Friday-Saturday and an Open Car Show on Saturday. The public is welcome to visit the outdoor events at no charge.

President John F. Kennedy drove this Lincoln Continental while vacationing. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

President John F. Kennedy drove this Lincoln Continental while vacationing. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

One of the rarest vehicles inside the museum, founded in 1964 by Winthrop Rockefeller, was built by the only company ever to manufacture automobiles in Arkansas.

Made by Little Rock's Climber Motor Co., the sleek 1923 Phaeton Model 6-50 is on loan to the museum from a private owner, as are some other exhibits. One of two Climbers known to exist, it was among the fewer than 300 cars produced from 1919-1923 by the fledgling company before it went broke.

The Climbers evidently were rugged vehicles. One was driven up the steps of the state Capitol in Little Rock in a stunt "to prove its stamina and climbing ability." According to the museum, it "would climb like a tractor, yet run well on the highway."

The Museum of Automobiles hosts its Fall Swap Meet on Thursday-Saturday. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

The Museum of Automobiles hosts its Fall Swap Meet on Thursday-Saturday. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

Two of the collection's cars are Cadillacs that were owned by Rockefeller, Arkansas' first Republican governor since 19th-century Reconstruction. Other four-wheeled luminaries include autos driven by John F. Kennedy and Elvis Presley. They are paired with life-size silhouettes of the 35th U.S. president and the king of rock 'n' roll.

Kennedy drove the 1963 Lincoln Continental convertible as his private car when vacationing at the Summer White House in Hyannis Port, Mass., in 1962 and 1963. Presley bought his 1967 Ford Ranchero to drive on a property he'd bought near his birthplace of Tupelo, Miss.

Among the museum's oldest vehicles is a two-passenger 1904 Oldsmobile Touring Runabout. Its engine sat under one of the bucket seats. An advertisement declared: "For business or pleasure, in rain or shine, the Runabout has no equal. It is always ready. It represents the latest and best in automobile construction in the world."

A rare Arkansas-made Climber is a gem at the Museum of Automobiles. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

A rare Arkansas-made Climber is a gem at the Museum of Automobiles. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

Among the most iconic models is a 1952 Volkswagen Beetle, a pioneer of the foreign-auto invasion. That year, "there was only one distributor for Volkswagens in the United States, in New York City. Of the 114,348 Volkswagens built in 1952, only 601 were sold in the USA."

Then, according to the VW marker, Beetle Mania hit America: "No single car model, with the exception of Ford's Model T, played such a major role in changing automotive history. More than any other make, the German-built Volkswagen paved the way for the import invasion of the 1950s and '60s, which in turn affected the types of cars turned out by Detroit for years."

Someday, a Tesla or some other pioneering electric vehicle may join the Model T and the Beetle in the Automobile Museum's pantheon. For now, visitors can enjoy a bit of whimsy along with the vintage horsepower.

Petit Jean students were served by a 1920 Ford Model TT school bus. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

Petit Jean students were served by a 1920 Ford Model TT school bus. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

Inspiration for chuckles comes from the overhead posting of two Burma-Shave sign sequences like those that deployed doggerel for roadside amusement from the 1920s to the 1960s.

One is a lighthearted pitch for the company's shaving cream: "Within this vale of toil and sin, Your head grows bald but not your chin."

The other is cautionary: "Hardly a driver is still alive, Who passed on a curve at 65."

The Museum of Automobiles

The Museum is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. Admission is $10 for adults, $9 for visitors 65 and older, $5 for those 17 and under. Visit museumofautos.com or call (501) 727-5427.

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ARKANSAS SIGHTSEEING: Museum of Automobiles puts cars from decades past on display - Arkansas Online

A poster inside the Museum of Automobiles atop Petit Jean Mountain lists some 2,600 models of motor vehicles that have been sold in the United States since the start of the 20th century. That sheer quantity testifies to America's long and devoted romance with the cars we drive.

The museum displays dozens of antique and newer makes, evoking the sentiments of an old Saturday Evening Post article:

"The love affair between Americans and their cars has lasted for more than a century. Like most affairs of the heart, those years have produced triumph, tragedy, creativity, innovation, and a not insignificant dose of laughter and lunacy."

The grounds of the museum, along Arkansas 154 east of the Petit Jean State Park facilities, will be thronged Thursday-Saturday for the 24th annual Petit Jean Fall Swap Meet. The gathering also includes a Military Vehicle Rally on Friday-Saturday and an Open Car Show on Saturday. The public is welcome to visit the outdoor events at no charge.

President John F. Kennedy drove this Lincoln Continental while vacationing. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

President John F. Kennedy drove this Lincoln Continental while vacationing. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

One of the rarest vehicles inside the museum, founded in 1964 by Winthrop Rockefeller, was built by the only company ever to manufacture automobiles in Arkansas.

Made by Little Rock's Climber Motor Co., the sleek 1923 Phaeton Model 6-50 is on loan to the museum from a private owner, as are some other exhibits. One of two Climbers known to exist, it was among the fewer than 300 cars produced from 1919-1923 by the fledgling company before it went broke.

The Climbers evidently were rugged vehicles. One was driven up the steps of the state Capitol in Little Rock in a stunt "to prove its stamina and climbing ability." According to the museum, it "would climb like a tractor, yet run well on the highway."

The Museum of Automobiles hosts its Fall Swap Meet on Thursday-Saturday. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

The Museum of Automobiles hosts its Fall Swap Meet on Thursday-Saturday. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

Two of the collection's cars are Cadillacs that were owned by Rockefeller, Arkansas' first Republican governor since 19th-century Reconstruction. Other four-wheeled luminaries include autos driven by John F. Kennedy and Elvis Presley. They are paired with life-size silhouettes of the 35th U.S. president and the king of rock 'n' roll.

Kennedy drove the 1963 Lincoln Continental convertible as his private car when vacationing at the Summer White House in Hyannis Port, Mass., in 1962 and 1963. Presley bought his 1967 Ford Ranchero to drive on a property he'd bought near his birthplace of Tupelo, Miss.

Among the museum's oldest vehicles is a two-passenger 1904 Oldsmobile Touring Runabout. Its engine sat under one of the bucket seats. An advertisement declared: "For business or pleasure, in rain or shine, the Runabout has no equal. It is always ready. It represents the latest and best in automobile construction in the world."

A rare Arkansas-made Climber is a gem at the Museum of Automobiles. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

A rare Arkansas-made Climber is a gem at the Museum of Automobiles. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

Among the most iconic models is a 1952 Volkswagen Beetle, a pioneer of the foreign-auto invasion. That year, "there was only one distributor for Volkswagens in the United States, in New York City. Of the 114,348 Volkswagens built in 1952, only 601 were sold in the USA."

Then, according to the VW marker, Beetle Mania hit America: "No single car model, with the exception of Ford's Model T, played such a major role in changing automotive history. More than any other make, the German-built Volkswagen paved the way for the import invasion of the 1950s and '60s, which in turn affected the types of cars turned out by Detroit for years."

Someday, a Tesla or some other pioneering electric vehicle may join the Model T and the Beetle in the Automobile Museum's pantheon. For now, visitors can enjoy a bit of whimsy along with the vintage horsepower.

Petit Jean students were served by a 1920 Ford Model TT school bus. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

Petit Jean students were served by a 1920 Ford Model TT school bus. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/Jack Schnedler)

Inspiration for chuckles comes from the overhead posting of two Burma-Shave sign sequences like those that deployed doggerel for roadside amusement from the 1920s to the 1960s.

One is a lighthearted pitch for the company's shaving cream: "Within this vale of toil and sin, Your head grows bald but not your chin."

The other is cautionary: "Hardly a driver is still alive, Who passed on a curve at 65."

The Museum of Automobiles

The Museum is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. Admission is $10 for adults, $9 for visitors 65 and older, $5 for those 17 and under. Visit museumofautos.com or call (501) 727-5427.

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Automotive Appearance Care Chemicals Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2026 | Turtle Wax, The Valvoline Company, Blue Ribbon Products - Big News Network

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Automotive appearance chemicals include waxes, polishes, protectants, wheel & tire cleaners, windshield washer fluids, carpet & fabric care products, and leather care products in the others segment. Waxes and polishes are used to add shine to the surface of the car as it starts fading and losing shine

"Automotive Appearance Care Chemicals Market is growing at a High CAGR during the forecast period 2021-2026. The increasing interest of the individuals in this industry is that the major reason for the expansion of this market".

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Some of the Top companies Influencing in this Market includes: Turtle Wax Inc., The Valvoline Company, Blue Ribbon Products Inc., Northern Labs Inc., BASF, Meguiar's Inc., Dow Corning, Stinger Chemicals, Illinois Tool Works Inc., General Chemical Corp, Hardware, Aatma Laboratories Inc., Permatex Inc., 3M Company, The Clorox Company, Malco Products, Inc., Auto Wax Company, Armored AutoGroup Inc.

Business strategies of the Automotive Appearance Care Chemicals key players and the new entering market industries are studied in detail. Well explained SWOT analysis, revenue share and contact information are shared in this report analysis. It also provides market information in terms of development and its capacities. Various factors are responsible for the market's growth trajectory, which are studied at length in the report. In addition, the report lists down the restraints that are posing threat to the global Automotive Appearance Care Chemicals market.

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Regions Covered in the Global Automotive Appearance Care Chemicals Market Report 2021:

 The Middle East and Africa (GCC Countries and Egypt)

 North America (the United States, Mexico, and Canada)

 South America (Brazil etc.)

 Europe (Turkey, Germany, Russia UK, Italy, France, etc.)

 Asia-Pacific (Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Korea, Thailand, India, Indonesia, and Australia)

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Global Automotive Appearance Care Chemicals Market Report 2021 - Growth, Trend and Forecast to 2026

Chapter 1 Automotive Appearance Care Chemicals Market Overview

Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Automotive Appearance Care Chemicals Industry

Chapter 3 Global Automotive Appearance Care Chemicals Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region (2021-2026)

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions (2021-2026)

Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12 Global Automotive Appearance Care Chemicals Market Forecast (2021-2026)

Chapter 13 Appendix

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Automotive's evolution is dealerships' opportunity - Automotive World

Rebecca Duckworth explores how new technology can enable the automotive finance industry to create new business models and capture fresh revenue opportunities

The decline of in-person business during lockdown added an extra dimension of urgency to an evolution in the automotive market that had begun long before the pandemic struck. COVID-19 has accelerated the shift towards online buying, while the rise of new leasing models is driving the transition from ownership to usership. Dealers know that they must adapt if they are to survive and thrive in this fast-changing market. Fortunately, the evolution of the automotive industry—particularly in financing—presents dealerships with a once-in-a-generation opportunity. They just need to seize it.

Our industry faces a fork in the road, brought nearer by the experience of the pandemic. Dealerships need to adapt to the new normal; to do this, they must harness the power of digital technology to support new leasing structures.

The rise of fleetail and PCH

Great events can act as a catalyst for change. Just look at how the credit crunch drove a boom in personal contract purchase (PCP), enabling people to access vehicles they would never have been able to buy outright by lowering monthly expenditure versus traditional hire purchase.

Similarly, the pandemic has spurred interest in leasing in general, and personal contract hire (PCH) in particular. PCH is perfect for a new generation that doesn’t want the burden of owning a vehicle, yet still wants to drive the latest and best models. This new leasing structure  brings much greater simplicity: with no option to own it at the end of the lease, customers know they only have to pay rental and VAT, stick to their agreed mileage, and they can hand it back with reasonable wear and tear.

From the advent of electric vehicles to the rise of PCH and fleetail, the way consumers buy vehicles is undergoing its biggest shake-up for generations

 With PCH, customers benefit from the enhanced clarity, cover and flexibility of usership rather than ownership. Leasing provides them with the perfect way of accessing vehicles without a large upfront cost or worrying about periodic maintenance, while giving them more independence, enabling them to take advantage of a wide variety of deals from a range of manufacturers or funders.

 PCH also supports a related development that is transforming the role of dealerships: the blending of fleet and retail (fleetail). It’s perfectly suited to businesses’ move away from company cars and instead offering employees extra salary to spend on vehicles. What’s more, it means a steady supply of cars coming back to the dealership, which is especially important given the dearth of new vehicles caused by the worldwide microchip shortage.

There are two ways that dealers can take advantage of this new opportunity. First, they can optimise their broker channel, since almost every dealership that currently offers PCH does so through brokerages. Or they can become a disrupter and assume the role of brokerage or leasing company in their own right.

VolkswagenNew technology is pivotal in future-proofing dealerships

Dealers must not forget they have a huge advantage in this market. They are already servicing vehicles throughout their existing contracts and have plenty of touch points with customers. They know from where the customer sourced the vehicle and how it is funded, whether the customer pays for maintenance themselves or if it’s covered under a maintenance package, and when the finance is due for renewal. With this information they can obtain the customer’s permission to contact them near the renewal date and sell them their leasing products before the broker or leasing company starts their renewal process.

 This evolution can be accomplished in two ways: through developing stronger relationships and sales channels with the broker market, or by setting up their own leasing companies or brokerages—or both. Whichever road they choose, success depends on dealers harnessing the power of the latest technology to connect every stakeholder in the chain.

Seizing the opportunity

To be competitive and provide the stellar service customers expect, dealers need to update CRM and back office systems and move to a unified platform that joins the dots between themselves, financiers and the broker channel, or eases their evolution into brokers themselves.

The evolution of the automotive industry—particularly in financing—presents dealerships with a once-in-a-generation opportunity

Dealerships can now take advantage of a new generation of digital platforms designed for the automotive market which bring the industry together in one unified, all-digital platform. Having access to a ‘one stop shop’ enables dealers to source vehicles from a giant, country-wide network, while customers can choose whichever vehicle they like—and the funding for it—while still having the one-to-one relationship with their local dealership.

The benefits don’t end there. Using digital information systems enables new market entrants to set up their own brokerages without having to become a subsidiary, or pay AR fees or work with low-end marketing websites to facilitate deals. And perhaps most importantly of all, choosing the right information system (IS) squares the circle of regulation, ensuring that every communication, contract or other piece of documentation is handled in a fully compliant manner within the system.

From the advent of electric vehicles to the rise of PCH and fleetail, the way consumers buy vehicles is undergoing its biggest shake-up for generations. A number of companies, including QV Systems, are helping the industry move away from the legacy systems that act as a brake on dealerships’ ability to evolve and stay relevant to their customers. The key is to seize the opportunity COVID has afforded and future-proof dealerships by supporting new and better relationships with the broker channel based on firm, digital foundations.

About the author: Rebecca Duckworth isChief Sales Officer at QV Systems

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Automotive Ignition System Market Trends, Demand, Industry Size, Leading Companies, Growth and Opportunities 2021-26 – Stillwater Current - Stillwater Current

According to IMARC Group’s latest report, titled “Automotive Ignition System Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026”, the global automotive ignition system market reached a value of US$ 8.8 Billion in 2020. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the market to grow at a CAGR of 8.1% during 2021-2026.

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis takes over the world, we are continuously tracking the changes in the markets, as well as the purchase behaviors of the consumers globally–our estimates about the latest market trends and forecast values after considering the impact of this pandemic. These observations will be integrated into the report.

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The automotive ignition system is an ignition circuit that generates sparks or heat in automobiles. The system includes an ignition switch, ignition coil, high tension cable, distributor and spark plug. These components provide a high voltage current to the spark plugs to generate sparks in the gaps between spark plugs. The heat produced from these sparks further ignites the compressed air-fuel mixture in the combustion chamber, thus energizing the vehicle. Consequently, automotive ignition systems find extensive applications in petrol engine vehicles.

Market Trends and Drivers:

The expanding automotive industry across the globe is primarily driving the automotive ignition system market growth. Furthermore, the increasing environmental consciousness among the individuals is escalating the demand for ignition systems as they facilitate improved operational efficiency and fuel economy. Additionally, various advancements have led to the integration of sensors, switches and transistors with electronic ignition system, thereby further propelling the market. In comparison to the traditionally used mechanical systems, automotive ignition systems offer better horsepower levels and more accurate and reliable current flow. Besides this, the introduction of favorable government policies to minimize carbon emissions levels will continue to drive the market for automotive ignition systems.

Automotive Ignition System Market 2021-2026 Competitive Analysis and Segmentation:

Competitive Landscape With Key Players:

The competitive landscape of the automotive ignition system market has been studied in the report with the detailed profiles of the key players operating in the market.

Some of these key players include:                                              

Denso Corporation Continental AG (Schaeffler Group) BorgWarner Inc. Valeo Diamond Electric Mfg. Co. Ltd. Hitachi Ltd. NGK Spark Plug Co. Ltd. Federal-Mogul Corporation (Tenneco Inc.) Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Robert Bosch Gmbh

Key Market Segmentation:

IMARC Group provides an analysis of the key trends in each sub-segment of the global automotive ignition system market report, along with forecasts for growth at the global, regional and country level from 2021-2026. Our report has categorized the market based on region, engine type, ignition type, component, vehicle type and sales channel.

Breakup by Engine Type:

Gasoline Diesel

Breakup by Ignition Type:

Coil on Plug Ignition Simultaneous Ignition Compression Ignition

Breakup by Component:

Ignition Switch Spark Plug Glow Plug Ignition Coil Others

Breakup by Vehicle Type:

Passenger Cars Commercial Vehicle Others

Breakup by Sales Channel:

OEM Aftermarket

Breakup by Region:

North America Asia Pacific Europe Latin America Middle East and Africa

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Key Highlights of the Report:

Market Performance (2015-2020) Market Outlook (2021-2026) Porter’s Five Forces Analysis Market Drivers and Success Factors SWOT Analysis The Impact of COVID-19 on the Global Market Value Chain Analysis Structure of the Global Market Comprehensive mapping of the competitive landscape

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