Åke är en bilhandlare i sina bästa år. Han har haft sin bilhandel i 5 år han försöker expandera hans varumärke genom att skaffa en hemsida.Han har haft bilar som intresse så länge han kan minnas. Åke kan minnas hur det kändes när han köpte sin alldeles egna första bil. Han vill sälja vidare denna känslan och upplevelsen. Åke säljer först och främst bilar som både kan vara nya och begagnade
Construction Harbor Drive opened in stages in 1942–43, with a formal dedication on November 20, 1942, and completion of the last work in 1943. Seventy-nine buildings and houses were demolished, mostly along Front Avenue, to make room for Harbor Drive. Although the project was criticized for the removal of some historic buildings and for the fact that the new roadway would impede the public's access to the waterfront, most civic organizations supported it, and a majority of the public also indicated its support by approving in 1940 a $1.25 million bond measure (65,000 to 35,000 votes) to help fund the project, which included acquisition by the city of all property between Front Avenue and the river along the stretch from Glisan to Columbia streets. The roadway was the original route of US 99W (locally called "Highway 99W") into downtown Portland from the south. The highway came from Barbur Boulevard and ran through the downtown area via a couplet on 4th and 6th avenues. US 99W then crossed the Willamette River on the Broadway Bridge towards Interstate Avenue, where it headed north to the Interstate Bridge and the city of Vancouver, Washington.