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Pensacola, Florida, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown
VHT Wheel Paint provides a great finish and real protection for all standard and custom wheels. Every day wheels take a beating both on and off the road. Salt, sand, brake dust and rocks severely damage the appearance and protection of the wheel surface. This unique product resists chipping, cracking and fading, while protecting the wheel surface from oxidation, and is available in five popular colors plus clear coat.
Purpose: Resists Chipping/ Cracking And Fading
Material Usage: Aluminum Wheels/ Steel Wheels/ Wheel Covers And Center Caps
Container Type: Aerosol Spray Can
Container Size: 11 Ounce
• Provides A Great Finish And Real Protection For All Standard And Custom Wheels
• This Unique Product Resists Chipping, Cracking And Fading, While Protecting The Wheel Surface From Oxidation
• Provides A Multi-High Performance Coating System For The Ultimate In Protection And Quality
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Tue, 31 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Tesla has made a real splash in the electric-car scene, so it should come as no surprise that its success is generating renewed interest in the fledgling start-up. New media reports in the US suggest that one of America's biggest car makers, General Motors, is considering buying Tesla in 2014. Veteran auto industry analyst Yra Harris, of Praxis Trading, told CNBC that GM may make a bid for Elon Musk's electric vehicle (EV) specialist in the coming months.
Sat, 19 Apr 2008 00:00:00 -0700
After months of teaser photos, GM's Opel division has finally taken the wraps off its new Insignia sedan. Featuring a flowing design demarcated by a coupé-like roofline, the body is accented by a distinctive 'blade' feature line that runs from behind the front wheel along the side of the car, emphasizing its taut, rakish lines. "We've re-defined our design vocabulary," says Mark Adams, Vice President Design, GM Europe.
Sat, 23 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700
The Ford FF1 – a single-seat, road-legal track car powered by Ford’ 1.0 litre EcoBoost engine – will get a public debut at the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Ford built the FF1 as a showcase for the abilities of its little 1.0 litre, 3-cylinder EcoBoost engine, and it’s more than proved the point that modern 3-cylinder engines with small displacements and a bit of forced induction can be very appealing. In standard trim the FF1 produces 123 horses, but suitably tweaked to deliver a more fulsome 202 horses the FF1 took on the Nurburgring and managed to turn in a time of just 7:22 – quicker than a Zonda F, Enzo Ferrari, Nissan GT-R and 911 GT2 RS.