WE HAVE SOLD THE DRIVER DOOR , Desial engine , has ejectors in car ,injection pump is missing .Have clear papers. We can help you load on your trailor . Also we can store this vehicle for you until you can arrange pick-up ,If payed for 7 days after auction close . PayPal for payment please .
1970 to present for Sale
- 1997 bmw z3 convertible project - just needs paint(US $2,850.00)
- 1990 buick reatta parts car plus extra good motor and a trunk load of parts(US $575.00)
- Chevy blazer 1997 for scrap or repair, no reserve(US $0.99)
- 1970 mustang fastback parts car/good roof(US $450.00)
- 1971 monte carlo (US $200.00)
- 1979 super beetle(US $0.99)
We’ve long wondered when Audi would get round to expanding its range of ‘Q’ badged SUVs to include sporty coupe SUVs as well as a new range-topper bigger than the Q7. But Audi Chairman chairman, Rupert Stadler, said back in 2011 that Audi was inclined to ignore the sector above the Q7 and instead concentrate on more compact SUVs. Which makes sense for the European market, but does it makes sense for China and the USA?Mon, 21 Nov 2011 00:00:00 -0800
Ralph Lauren's Ferrari 250 GTO model - just $9500 One of the joys of success in life for a petrolhead is the ability to indulge in your love for cars. And few people have been as successful as designer Ralph Lauren, nor indulged in a car collection quite as stunning. Ralph owns a collection of more that 70 stunning cars, and as a little money-earner – and a treat for car fans – has had four of his cars faithfully recreated as 1/8th scale models.Thu, 06 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700
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