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Clinton, Arkansas, United States

Clinton, Arkansas, United States
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1953 PACKARD CLIPPER DELUXE REAR FENDER EMBLEMS HAS PITTING .WOULD LOOK REALLY GOOD RE CHROMED.

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Mitsubishi revamps U.S. strategy

Mon, 24 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800

Mitsubishi plans a different U.S. model lineup and a new production strategy for its assembly plant in Normal, Ill., as it shifts emphasis away from regionally focused vehicles to global small cars, hybrids and electrics. Shinichi Kurihara, CEO of Mitsubishi Motors North America, says the company will launch four new models in the United States within three years, as four slow-selling U.S.-built vehicles are phased out of production by 2014.

Porsche Boxster & Cayman to get 4-Cylinder Turbo: Official

Fri, 21 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The next Porsche Cayman (new Cayman GTS pictured) will get a 4-Cylinder turbo We already know that the new Porsche Macan will be getting 4-Cylinder VW engines later this year as Porsche looks for a lower entry-level point for the Macan, but it’s not just the Macan going the 4-Cylinder route. Porsche boss, Matthias Mueller, has confirmed to Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport Magazine that Porsche are preparing new 4-cylinder turbo engines for the Cayman and Boxster – but not engines from VW. Instead, Porsche will be lopping two cylinders off the Boxer engine to create a new 4-Cylinder Boxer engine with power outputs up to 395bhp.

Paris motor show 2008 blog: every launch reviewed

Thu, 02 Oct 2008 00:00:00 -0700

By Ben Pulman Motor Shows 02 October 2008 22:27 Welcome to CAR's Paris motor show 2008 coverage – with news, photos, galleries, blogs and interviews filed straight from the Mondial de l'Automobile on 2 and 3 October. Read our coverage of each press conference blogged as they happen or – if you prefer a more traditional A-Z show report, click here for CAR's A-Z review guide to every new car launched at the 2008 Paris motor show.  5.40pm: Booted outSecurity guards are starting to round people up and it's time to leave (we're an hour ahead of the UK, don't forget). Looks like I'll have to round up the last few stands I missed today on the second media day on Friday.