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4 Ruedas Magazine "4 Ruedas" is published monthly by editorial Grupo Notmusa. The headquarters is in Mexico City.
4 Ruedas Magazine 4 Ruedas (4 Wheels) is a Mexican automotive enthusiast magazine created in September 1994.
4 Ruedas Magazine The magazine publishes every year the "Modelos ####" (e.g. Modelos 2007, published in October 2006). It is an article that shows the new car models that will arrive in Mexico within the next year.
4 Ruedas Magazine The only editorial director of this magazine has been Alejandro Guilbert P. since 1994; he now is director for the Mexican car magazine "Todo de Autos".
Dos quijotes sobre ruedas Dos quijotes sobre ruedas is a 1966 Argentine film. It won many awards.
4 Ruedas Magazine The magazine has been divided into these sections since its creation:
4 Ruedas Magazine "Motor y Volante", published by Editorial Novaro, was the first Mexican car magazine with publication dating back to 1983. "4 Ruedas" joined "Car and Driver Mexico" and "Automóvil Panamericano" in the mid-1990s. Despite not being the most successful "4 Ruedas" was first published in a time when car marketing in Mexico was very poor, with only 17 car makers present in the country (now there are 41).
Las Ruedas, New Mexico Las Ruedas was a small Hispanic village located in San Miguel County, New Mexico, on the Pecos River not far away from present-day Rowe, New Mexico on the Los Trigos Land Grant. It was originally settled in the early 19th century and survived until the 1880s when the Santa Fe Railroad passed by the area. The railroad drew most of the residents to Rowe. The 1870 census has people living in Las Ruedas, but most seem to have gone by the 1900 census. In the 1900 Federal Census many of the 1870 inhabitants of Las Ruedas can now be found in Rowe, New Mexico.
Festival Rock y Ruedas de Avándaro The Super 8 short films "Avándaro" produced by Gutiérrez y Prieto of Cablevision and directed by Alfredo Gurrola and "Tinta Blanca en Avándaro" produced by Raul Candiani of Peliculas Candiani and directed by Humberto Rubalcaba were the only films briefly exhibited at international film festivals and theaters between 1971 and 1973. An accompanying soundtrack with a selection of the live recording produced by Luis de Llano's company LUDELL/BAKITA Records and named "Avandaro, por fin... 32 años después" (Avandaro, at last...32 years later), was released until 2003.
Festival Rock y Ruedas de Avándaro By 1971 Mexico, ruled by the PRI, had organized two of the most important sporting events in the world: the 1970 FIFA World Cup and the 1968 Summer Olympics, gaining a fresh and modern image its government wanted to show to the outside world. At the same time, its government had violently repressed political youth movements known as the "Tlatelolco massacre" and the "Halconazo", which in turn gave way to the so-called Mexican Dirty War of the early 1970s.