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1969 1970 Ford Mustang Sport Mirror Passenger Side Housing #3 on

US $40.00

Wixom, Michigan, United States

Wixom, Michigan, United States

 For sale  used 1969 1970 Ford Mustang  passenger side sport mirror housing in nice shape . Has no crack's or breaks. Has C9Z part number  .  SOLD AS PICTURED . NEED MORE PIC'S LET ME KNOW . $9.00 Shipping to Lower 48 state's . SHIPPED WORLDWIDE . CHECK MY OTHER AUCTION'S FOR MORE FORD MERCURY PART'S and SPORT MIRROR PART'S  #3

Whos Where: Pierre Castinel is Head of Design at Tata

Wed, 02 Apr 2008 00:00:00 -0700

Indian automaker Tata has been front page news often in recent times, first because of the impressive one-lakh Nano, which changes the automotive industry playing field, and most recently because of its acquisition of Jaguar and Land Rover from Ford's Premiere Automotive Group for the tidy sum of $2.3 billion - less than half what Ford paid for both companies in 1989.  At the helm of Tata's design efforts is Pierre Castinel, Head of Design. Though only officially announced in March this year, Castinel has been active at Tata since he left Renault in summer 2007, a company he worked at for 20 years. Castinel started as a modeler for Peugeot and worked there for three years.

Hyundai Intrado concept car (2014) points to future tech and designs

Sun, 15 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Hyundai This is the first look at Hyundai's new Intrado concept car - due to bow in at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. It's the first car to be designed under the company's latest styling rulebook, dubbed Fluidic Sculpture 2.0. Hyundai's new design chief, Peter Schreyer, told MSN Cars the Intrado defied pigeonholing.

McLaren Automotive Company created as an independent

Thu, 16 Apr 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The McLaren P11 will be the first of McLaren Automotive's new cars in 2011 The whole road car business at McLaren is to be made an independent company – McLaren Automotive – and is aiming to produce 1,000 cars a year by 2011 and 4,000 a year by 2015. McLaren plans that the cars they produce will be more exclusive, and more expensive, than the competition from Italy. The ball will start rolling with the McLaren P11, a car aimed squarely at the F430/Gallardo market.