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- supplant: take the place or move into the position of; "Smith replaced Miller as CEO after Miller left"; "the computer has supplanted the slide rule"; "Mary replaced Susan as the team's captain and the highest-ranked player in the school"
- Provide or find a substitute for (something that is broken, old, or inoperative)
- Fill the role of (someone or something) with a substitute
- Take the place of
- rug: floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
- form a carpet-like cover (over)
- A floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric, typically shaped to fit a particular room
- A large rug, typically an oriental one
- A thick or soft expanse or layer of something
- car: a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
- Auto is a sub-genre of Dramatic Literature. It has its origin in the Middle Ages, in Spain, by the 12th century. In Portugal, in the 16th century, Gil Vicente is the main author of this type of dramatic genre. Luis de Camoes and Dom Francisco Manuel de Mello also adopted this form of writing.
- An automobile
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Chrysler Imperial Parade Phaeton (1952 - 1956)
Petersen Auto Museum.
One of three.
Were in service for the cities of New York, Detroit, and Los Angeles.
NYC's Parade Phaeton restored:
If you were watching a major parade anywhere in this country in the 1950's, chances are you saw the dignitaries riding in a majestic Chrysler Imperial Parade Phaeton. In 1952 the Chrysler Corporation donated three parade cars: One stationed in Los Angeles (cream with rose interior), one in Detroit to serve the Midwest (metallic green with natural pigskin interior) and one in New York City (black with light gray interior). The New York City Parade Phaeton is maintained by the DCAS Office of Transportation Services and has been a fixture in tickertape parades up Broadway's Canyon of Heros for over 50 years.
The body of the New York City Phaeton was handmade and outfitted with several features necessary for a parade car -- a front and rear windshield to protect dignitaries from the wind, a leather cushion along the backseat so the passenger could be seen above the crowds, flag holders along the grill, and even a red carpet on the floor. The most unusual aspect of the Phaeton is the dual passenger compartments. Front and rear cockpits are completely separate, divided by a second steel cowl behind the front seat. Both compartments had clocks and in one publicity photo the clocks showed different times prompting spectators to wonder if the Phaeton was so long that front and rear passengers rode in different time zones! Another interesting feature of the car is that it has no outside door handles. Passengers have to reach into the car to open the doors.
The New York City Phaeton recently received a facelift. The car was stripped down to bare metal. The interior carpeting was replaced and the seats were re-upholstered. The car was painted using five coats of clearcoat finish for a mirror-like finish and all of the chrome was polished and the gold eagle on the front was re-dipped in gold plating. It took six months of work, an incredible amount of paint stripper normally used for aircraft work, and an unheard of two gallons of paint. The car was also treated with the latest rustproofing compounds. It took three men just to remove and reinstall the bumpers due to their weight of almost 200 pounds each!
(330/365) September 19, 2010: Resetting my check engine light...again
Today my dad arrived for a week or so to help me finish some projects like painting and staining the new deck; painting the last unpainted bedroom; fixing a few roof leaks; and ripping up the carpet that needs to be replaced.
Once he arrived I treated him to Five Guys for lunch, but first we stopped by Advanced Auto Parts to read the check engine code my Passat was throwing. (For those who don't know most all auto parts stores will lend these devices at no charge so you can check your vehicle's codes. Some stores will even perform the test for you at no charge.) I'm not sure if this "Secondary Air Injector Incorrect Flow" is a false positive because the check engine light was triggered the other day when I drove through an opened fire hydrant.
UPDATE: The check engine light hasn't triggered again for a number of days, so I'm hoping is was in fact a false positive or at least an issue that happened just at the instance of driving through the open hydrant.
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