Why are 80s cars less loved than those from other eras?14 May 2013 Last updated at 11:22HelpThey were once on driveways throughout the country, but it appears cars from the 1980s like the Austin Metro and Ford Cortina are in danger of disappearing.While the number of cars from the 80s being driven in the UK today is dwindling, classic cars from the 60s and 70s still appear to be popular.So were the 1980s the decade that style forgot when it came to cars?John Maguire met some enthusiasts who love their 80s cars.
The price of Chinese aluminum scrap increased by 3.9 percent on Tuesday, April 16, making it the day’s biggest mover.The cash price of Chinese aluminum fell 0.6 percent. The price of Chinese aluminum billet fell 0.3 percent.The price of Chinese aluminum bar continues hovering in place for the fifth day in a row.The cash price of primary Indian aluminum is back up, rising by 2.6 percent yesterday.On the LME, the primary aluminum cash price declined 2.0 percent to $1,804 per metric ton. The aluminum 3-month price weakened by 1.8 percent on the LME, settling at $1,842 per metric ton.
Tokyo Steel has cut its scrap purchase charges for the first time since late October, confirming signs of a weakening price trend.Japan's largest mini-mill operator and effective benchmark price-setter has reduced its charges for deliveries of all grades of scrap to its Tahara plant by ¥500 ($5) per tonne and deliveries to its other four works by ¥1,000 per tonne. As a result, the company is now paying ¥34,500 per tonne for deliveries to Tahara; ¥34,000...
According to industry sources, the US April scrap prices are expected to be settled early April, following the Easter holidays.The April prices are expected to remain unchanged or may drift lower. Negotiations between US steel mills and scrap dealers remained relatively quiet.If the North East scrap price trend is taken as a basis, the prices elsewhere may also fall further. Scrap prices have already declined $10/long ton in the Northeast since March prices were settled. The decline in North East prices may not have a direct binding on the Midwest prices, but would drag the sentiments. The absence of export demand for cargoes sailing from US East Coast ports is said to affect the prices.The scrap prices in Midwest had gone up by almost $40 per long ton during March. The mills in the region are negotiating with the dealers to buy down by at least $ 10 to $ 20, following the weaker settlements in the North East.The dealers say that the spike in scrap prices between February and March was mainly triggered by the increased demand from the Midwest region. The prices may cool off by at least $10 per lt in the April settlements.
The data released by the National Statistics Office of Georgia indicates that there were no ferrous scrap exports to Turkey during the month of February
A pair of American artists have built a temporary drive-in cinema in Manchester from shipping containers and scrapped cars.Jeff Stark and Todd Chandler's Empire Drive-In has been created as part of the film and art festival, Abandon Normal Devices.Mr Chandler said the artistic idea behind the cinema was about "creative re-use and unlikely sites of possibility".The cinema will be open until Friday and will show a mixture of short films and classic Hollywood movies, including Robocop and Mad Max II.
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