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On this day: 08-25-1910

The Yellow Cab Company is born

Walden W. Shaw and John D. Hertz formed the Walden W. Shaw Livery Company, which later became the Yellow Cab Company. In 1907, the Shaw Livery Company purchased a number of small taxicabs equipped with meters. The first yellow cab (the Model J) hit the streets in 1915, and its distinctive color became the company´s trademark. The company was also the first to use automatic windshield wipers, ultrahigh frequency two-way radios, and passenger seat belts.

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Yearmakemodel0-601/4 mileComment
2012Aston MartinVirage4.50012.900Car & Driver
2012Aston MartinV-8 Vantage S4.20012.500Car & Driver
2011Aston MartinV-12 Vantage4.20012.500Car & Driver
2011Aston MartinV12 Vantage Coupe4.30012.500Road & Track
2010Aston MartinDBS Coupe4.40012.800(*188-191) Car & Driver
2010Aston MartinVantage Roadster (6 spd. M)4.50012.800Road&Track
2010Aston MartinRapide (6 spd. A w/M)4.70013.100Car & Driver
2010Aston MartinRapide4.70013.100Road & Track
2010Aston MartinVantage V-124.20012.500Car & Driver
2010Aston MartinRapide4.80013.300Car & Driver
Yearmakemodel0-601/4 mileComment
2009Aston MartinDBS4.10012.400Road & Track
2008Aston MartinV8 Vantage5.30013.700Road & Track
2007Aston Martin V8 Vantage4.70013.100Road and Track
2005Aston MartinDB94.80013.200motorweek.org
2002Aston MartinDB7 Vantage Volante5.00013.400
2002Aston MartinV-12 Vanquish4.40012.900
2001Aston MartinDB7 Vantage4.80012.900motorweek.org
2000Aston MartinDB7 Vantage5.10013.600
1999Aston MartinDB75.70014.300