1986 Honda Accord Aerodeck For Sale On Bring A Trailer

1986 Honda Accord AeroDeck for sale on Bring a Trailer

Attention to Honda and longroof fans alike. And frankly, anyone who is into the rad era of automobiles. There is a 1986 Honda Accord AeroDeck for sale on Bring a Trailer right now, and it's very much rad. 

For the uninitiated, the Accord AeroDeck is a shooting brake from Honda that wasn't sold here. While we made do with the Accord sedan and coupe body styles in the '80s, some lucky folks on the other side of the ocean were cruising around in these stylish and super utilitarian Hondas. They weren't cruising around all that quickly, though.

1990 Chevrolet 454 C/k 454 Ss With 26 Miles For Sale

1990 Chevrolet 454 C/K 454 SS with 26 miles for sale

Chevrolet no longer makes a high-performance, street-oriented pickup. But if you want a new one, you're in luck because there's a 1990 C/K 454 SS with 26 miles on its odometer listed for sale for the price of a Toyota Supra.

Florida-based Classic Cars of Sarasota describes the truck as a brand-new example that has never been used, and the photos suggest that's no exaggeration. It looks like it rolled off the assembly line a week and a half ago. The protective plastic lining hasn't been removed from the seats or the carpets, the window sticker hasn't been peeled off, and there are still crayon marks on the instrument cluster's protective film. It came from a private collection of pickup trucks, and it was stored in a climate-controlled warehouse until the dealer purchased it.

Widow Sues State Over Land-sale Scandal

Widow sues state over land-sale scandal

The widow of an ex-finance ministry official, who committed suicide after he was forced to falsify ministry documents, has filed a lawsuit. She is demanding damages from the government and former chief of the ministry's financial bureau, Nobuhisa Sagawa, who allegedly instructed her husband to falsify the documents.

The suit was filed with a court in Osaka, western Japan, on Wednesday, seeking about 110 million yen, or over 1 million dollars.

Olympus Ceo Says That The Company's Camera Business Could Be Put Up For Sale

Olympus CEO Says That The Company's Camera Business Could Be Put Up For Sale

In the digital camera market, there are many players such as Sony, Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Fujifilm, and Panasonic, just to name a few. However, there are some brands that are definitely more popular and preferred than others, and as such, other brands are starting to suffer as their slice of the market pie is getting smaller.

One of those companies is Olympus, who you could credit for kicking off the mirrorless trend, which has since been dominated by the likes of Sony. Unfortunately for Olympus fans and users, it seems that the company’s camera business is doing as well as they’d like, leading to the company’s CEO Yasuo Takeuchi revealing that they might consider selling their camera business off.

Sony Could Be Considering The Sale Of Its Playstation Vue Service

Sony Could Be Considering The Sale Of Its PlayStation Vue Service

Before Apple TV Plus and Disney Plus, Sony had actually arrived to the market with its PlayStation Vue service. In case you’re unfamiliar, the PlayStation Vue is a live TV streaming service which was Sony’s attempt to capture the market that other companies such as Hulu have been operating in.

However, it seems that the PlayStation Vue service might not be doing as well as Sony had hoped because in a report from The Information (paywall), it has been revealed that Sony could actually be looking to sell it off and have approached Bank of America Merrill Lynch to explore the possibility of a sale, and that one of the companies that could be in discussion is fuboTV.

Court Procedures Begin For Sale Of Mhi Assets

Court procedures begin for sale of MHI assets

Lawyers for South Korean plaintiffs seeking damages for wartime labor say they have begun court procedures to sell assets seized from Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.

They say they have asked the Mitsubishi side for a meeting three times but the requests were ignored. They also say three of the plaintiffs have passed away while MHI refuses to implement a ruling by South Korea's Supreme Court.

2020 Toyota Gr Supra Is Officially At Dealerships, On Sale Today - Autoblog

2020 Toyota GR Supra is officially at dealerships, on sale today - Autoblog

The 2020 Toyota Supra is on sale today, folks. Yes, you can drive on down to your Toyota dealership today and buy one. Toyota says so, at least. Perhaps you read that with some exasperation, as the rollercoaster of a campaign that was the Supra rollout finally hits the ground. The car might even stay on sale for as long as the automotive industry has been talking about it. But there's no need for speculation now. If a Supra is what you want, now is finally the time to snag one. As a reminder, the first 1,500 out the door will be Launch Edition models, which cost $56,180. They're going to be rare one day, so this would be the best choice for any kind of a collector searching for exclusivity. If you've been pining over one since it officially launched at the Detroit Auto Show this January, the normal (non-Launch Edition) models will be coming shortly after. A totally base Supra adds up to $50,920 before options. All of them come with the 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Power is a respectable 335 horsepower and 365 pound-feet of torque. Toyota's configurator has been up for quite some time now, so you can get over there and spec one just how you'd like. There aren't many options, so pick your color and trim level, then call it a day. We know that we'll be looking extra close on our next trip by the local Toyota dealer to see if they're out. Let's just hope there aren't massive stickers with the words "Market Adjustment" on them. The first one sold at auction for $2.1 million, so it's an aggressive start.

Whale Meat From Commercial Hunt Goes On Sale

Whale meat from commercial hunt goes on sale

The first whale meat to be caught since the resumption of commercial whaling has gone on sale in the northern Japanese port city of Kushiro.

Japan resumed commercial whaling on Monday after 31 years. A fleet of small boats set sail from Kushiro and returned with two minke whales.