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Revision as of 05:33, 14 April 2008

Welcome to Autocade beta

Welcome to Autocade, the international, editable automotive database. It is a wiki—with a difference. It’s global, rather than geographically biased; and, we hope, more authoritative than general sites such as Wikipedia, due to careful editing. It’s aimed at car enthusiasts, including the motoring press, who may want a quick reference to international models.

Autocade is a tribute to the work of the late Michael C. Sedgwick, MA (1926–83).

Registered users can add and edit information on cars, and all can read the content on this site. Read more about Autocade on the ‘About’ page. This site is in beta stage.

Starting out

You can search by typing a car name into the search box at the top of the page. If the car’s not present, you’ll see a page with a link you can click to write a new article.

We’re still organizing the site as it is early days—but you can hop over to the ‘All Pages’ link to see what’s here. Some marques are also listed.

Recently added

Here are 25 recent additions to the site.

View all models

Helpful links
Consult the Users’ Guide for information on using the wiki software.

Autocade is an initiative of JY&A Media.

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