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1935-1936 Chrysler Carter Ball & Ball Carburetor *remanufactured on 2040-parts.com

US $399.95
Location:

El Monte, California, United States

El Monte, California, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Brand:Carter Carburetor Warranty:6 Month Manufacturer Part Number:E6F1 , E6F2 OE Spec or Performance/Custom:OE Spec Placement on Vehicle:Front Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Surface Finish:Dichromate Interchange Part Number:E6G1, E6G2, E6H1, E6H2

Electric Rolls Royce Phantom EV 102EX at Geneva

Sun, 20 Feb 2011

The Rolls Royce EV 102EX - Geneva Debut (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); Eighteen months ago we ran a story headlined ‘Electric Rolls Royce Phantom Coming?’ after the man from Goodwood let slip at the Goodwood Revival that Rolls Royce were looking at the viability of an electric Rolls Royce. Our first reaction was to throw our hands up in horror and declare it sacrilege, until we decided to ignore our preconceptions and prejudices and look at the benefits an electric motor could bring to a Rolls Royce. Benefits like absolute silence – long a Rolls Royce claim, rarely a Rolls Royce reality – and huge waves of torque that arrive let a Tsunami that never ends.

Bentley’s biofuel Continental at Geneva 2009

Wed, 28 Jan 2009

Bentley's biofuel Continental GT By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 28 January 2009 00:01 Can Bentleys ever be green? Bentley today released this single photo of a biofuel-powered new model that is designed to convince us that Crewe’s cars can survive in these carbon-crunched times. Very few details have been released – not even a name for this shadow-shrouded first image – but the car appears to be based on the Continental family, judging by that familiar snout.

Mini Mk2 (2006): first official pictures

Mon, 14 Aug 2006

By Angus Fitton First Official Pictures 14 August 2006 15:01 The lowdown The disguise is off. No more speculation, spy shots or sneak previews - this is the face of the all-new, faster, bigger, better Mini. No, we haven't jumbled up the pictures - the car pictured really is the the new Mini, due to hit our streets in October.