Since the beginning of time, men have sought out the extraordinary. Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and now Flat Armando. Does this legendary creature really exist? Can this fabled man’s survival be proven? And, if found, how will he interact with modern society?
Thanks to Ron Westphal Chevrolet manager Paul Smith, we now have exclusive photos proving Flat Armando is not just an old wive’s tale. He is real and he is here.
Flat Armando was recently sited in Princeton, IL. And, believe it or not…a Chinese restaurant in Oswego. The following unretouched photos prove that not only was this elusive man captured on film…he was able to capture the hearts of all who met him that remarkable night.
Will we ever see Flat Armando again? No one knows. “It was a magical evening”, says Paul. “If we have learned anything from this…it was Flat Armando’s unwavering message of tolerance. It really struck a chord with all of us. And therefore, we plan to continue tolerating each other right here at Ron Westphal Chevrolet for many years to come.”
FYI–I don’t want to misrepresent…this did not happen at Ron Westphal Chevy, although we have seen similar situations here. We have many customers with a variety of challenges, both physical and mental, who visit us regularly. We are grateful for all our clients and I’m proud of entire Ron Westphal Chevrolet staff on their fair and friendly treatment to all.
After you finally put down the fork…remember we are open on Friday and we’ll be chomping at the bit to make some sales!
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Hope you enjoyed our funny Thanksgiving meme. The entire staff at Ron Westphal Chevrolet wishes you and yours the very best during this Holiday Season.
Hope you enjoy this #mannequin challenge video. We had a blast doing it. Car dealers, salespeople and the like have many stereotypes associated with them. I believe we just scratched the surface in this video.
Thanks to all who participated. After all, if you can’t laugh at yourselves, who can you laugh at?
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General Motors has made its largest renewable energy procurement to date, purchasing enough wind power to equal the electricity needs of 16 of its U.S. facilities, including business offices in Fort Worth and Austin, Texas, a major assembly and stamping complex in Arlington, Texas, and 13 parts warehouses east of the Mississippi River.
Diesel engines differ from gasoline engines in important ways. To see a diesel engine in action and learn the mechanics of how diesel engines intake and compress air see below.
Diesel Engines vs. Gasoline Engines
In theory, diesel engines and gasoline engines are quite similar. They are both internal combustion engines designed to convert the chemical energy available in fuel into mechanical energy. This mechanical energy moves pistons up and down inside cylinders. The pistons are connected to a crankshaft, and the up-and-down motion of the pistons, known as linear motion, creates the rotary motion needed to turn the wheels of a car forward.
Both diesel engines and gasoline engines covert fuel into energy through a series of small explosions or combustions. The major difference between diesel and gasoline is the way these explosions happen. In a gasoline engine, fuel is mixed with air, compressed by pistons and ignited by sparks from spark plugs. In a diesel engine, however, the air is compressed first, and then the fuel is injected. Because air heats up when it’s compressed, the fuel ignites.