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Milton, Florida, United States

Milton, Florida, United States
NOS FoMoCo
Manufacturer Part Number:C5ZZ-6327847-A Part Brand:FORD Placement on Vehicle:Left, Rear Item:Quarter Panel, Left Hand, NOS, Fastback, Warranty:No

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Win two signed Jenson Button mini crash helmets!

Tue, 29 Nov 2011 00:00:00 -0800

CAR has teamed up with McLaren sponsor Santander to bring you the chance to win one of these ace souvenirs – plus loads more prize opportunities including tickets to next year's British Grand Prix. To win one of the helmets simply answer this question: In which year was Jenson Button crowned F1 World Champion? Click here to enter For more great prizes – including signed merchandise from Lewis and Jenson, VIP tours of McLaren's HQ and 2012 weekend GP tickets  – click on the link below and check out the Competitions tab on Lewis and Jenson's Facebook page.

Ford Transit production to end in Southampton

Thu, 25 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Ford is to close its Transit production facility in Southampton, ending more than 100 years of vehicle manufacture in the UK. Most UK car and van buyers still think of Ford as ‘British’, but even though Ford has been building cars in the UK for over 100 years, they haven’t built a single car in the UK for a decade. And now even white van man’s vehicle of choice - the Ford Transit – is being shipped off to Turkey.

New Mercedes A Class: Production increased to meet demand

Tue, 23 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700

With over 70,000 orders already in the pipeline for the new Mercedes A Class, Mercedes are increasing production to meet demand. The increase in production at Mercedes plant in Rastatt, Germany, means adding a third shift to effectively increase production by almost 50 per cent and make a dent in the 70k plus orders Mercedes already has for the new A Class. That’s in stark contrast to the recent news that Mercedes is having to slash production of the S Class as sales falter, partly due to a new S Class in the pipeline for 2013 but also because buyers are falling in love with more compact offerings.