1962-1974 Corvette 2-1/2" Heat Riser Valve, Original Big Block & High Perf. S/b on 2040-parts.com
Englewood, Colorado, United States
Other Part Number:2-1/2"
Manufacturer Part Number:3746844
1-used ORIGINAL 1962-1974 Corvette and other Chevrolet's Big Block and
Special High Performance Small Block Engines,
2-1/2" Heat Riser Valve w/Sleeve & Donut Gasket.
This is an original GM part, not reproduction!
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Sun, 19 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Facelift for the 2013 BMW 5 Series
We knew the next BMW News would be the arrival of a facelift for the 5 Series, especially after BMW accidentally previewed it with a configurator that went online too early. But now the 5 Series facelift is here, and what it lacks in real changes BMW has made up for in photos – they’ve sent us over 200 photos of the new 5 Series – Saloon, Touring and GT – maybe in the hope that a mass of photos will make us think the changes are extensive. They’re not.
Thu, 04 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700
The new Mk7 VW Golf GTI is now on sale in the UK priced from £25,845. That's only a £195 rise over the old Mk6 Golf GTI, despite the extra power, performance, and a 2.2mpg improvement in economy. Hang on - nearly £26k for a VW Golf GTI is a bit steep, isn't it?
Actually, it's better value than the old Mk6 Golf GTI. For a start, the new Mk7 Golf GTI's 29E insurance group rating is five groups lower than the old model's, so you should save on premium renewals as well as road tax and fuel fill-ups.
Thu, 19 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800
Shelby is celebrating its 50th anniversary in style, first at the Detroit auto show with a few black-and-gold Shelby Mustangs, and now at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Arizona with the last example of the 50th-anniversary Shelby Cobra. The car won't be sold to the highest bidder though; it will be raffled. Tickets cost $25 apiece or five for $100.