They drink coffee, kick tires
and admire fine and not so fine automobiles.
It's a venue for people not only to kick tires
and look at new equipment, but to visit with old friends they might see only once a year, and to get (continuing education) credits," said Blair Moody, president of this year's conference.
I couldn't kick tires
with the church," he laughed.
We even got to school 45 minutes early - can you imagine a kid today getting to school early for anything - every morning, just so we could kick tires
and talk about what we were doing.
Whether or not these OEMs were there to kick tires
for a future purchase or to merely keep tabs on the engineering capabilities of a competitor, the Celestica spokesperson didn't say.
VALEX enables buyers to kick tires
of new Chrysler PT Cruiser
Those looking to do more than just slam doors and kick tires
at the upcoming Chicago Auto Show will want to make sure they visit the Chrysler, Jeep(R) and Dodge displays at McCormick Place.
Does anybody kick tires
anymore and what's that all about?
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 4, 1998--When Ed Kramer decided to purchase a new car for his daughter Mary, he didn't spend painstaking hours moving from one automotive retailer to another to test drive new models or kick tires
at a used car lot.
Prospective buyers, imagining how great one of these shiny new machines would look parked in their garage, are sure to take long looks, kick tires
and slide their hands over the smooth lines of the glossy body panels.