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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

Chevrolet Spark subcompact goes teen idol, but 'dubs' not standard

Thu, 28 Jun 2012

If ever there was a car built for 16-year-olds, the 2013 Chevy Spark is it. It comes standard with a team of electronic nannies, more infotainment than Saturday-morning television and a length that's a full three feet shorter than the Cruze and one foot shorter than the diminutive Honda Fit. “We listened to what young people said they wanted in a car.

Design Development: Ford Edge concept

Thu, 08 May 2014

Vehicle type mid-size SUV ConceptLength 4,689mmWidth (exc. Mirrors) 2,119mm Height 1,699mmWheelbase 2,849mm Chief exterior designer George BucherExterior design manager Kevin GeorgeSenior exterior designers Steve Gilmore, Shawn WehrlyInterior design manager Hak Soo HaInterior lead designers Yuichi Ogura & Zulf AliTechnical build manager Bruce Youngs Project started January 2013 Project completed October 2013Launch Los Angeles Auto Show 2013 The second-generation Edge mid-size crossover will be a global product, sold  in North America, Europe, China and South America by 2015. The 2013 LA Auto Show concept prefaced its arrival closely.  Sitting below the Explorer and above the Escape (or Kuga in Europe), the original Edge was introduced in 2006.

U.S. is seeking a record $16.4 million fine against Toyota

Mon, 05 Apr 2010

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is seeking a historic $16.4 million civil penalty against Toyota for failing to notify the agency in a timely fashion of a throttle problem that could cause unintended acceleration, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said on Monday. The amount is the maximum penalty and would be the most NHTSA has levied against an automaker. The agency said Toyota waited at least four months to alert it of the potential pedal problem.