1969 Suzuki Ts250 Motor Engine Parts Crank Cases Transmission on 2040-parts.com
Leominster, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:For parts or not working
this is a basket case engine out of a 1969 suzuki ts250. it is sold as is for parts. the last owner took the bike apart for a restoration that never happened. the engine is dirty and has some sort of a gel on it that was in the bottom of the bin it was stored in. the clutch cover has been welded from the back side as shown.
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Hyundai are upping production in Europe to 500,000 per annum
There’s an awful lot of sense in car makers designing and building cars for the markets they serve locally, and it’s a route Hyundai has followed in Europe, where the majority of their sales are of European built models, not imports. With Hyundai sales still growing despite the European car market meltdown, Hyundai are increasing capacity in Europe to keep up with demand with further investment in their plant in Ízmit, Turkey. Originally, the Ízmit plant produced just 60,000 cars a year, but in 2007 that was increased to 125,000 and now it is being increased to 200,000 so the new i10 can be built there as well as the latest i20.
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Honda CRZ concept at the 2009 Tokyo motor show; one of the cars unveiled by Honda CEO Takanobu Ito
By Ben Pulman
23 October 2009 11:22
Honda chief executive Takanobu Ito today spelled out his vision for the next decade at Honda to CAR Online. No successor to the NSX is under development, but there will be a smaller city car slotting under the Jazz in Honda's range. It will be launched in Asia at first, potentially following in the rest of the world.Ito, who is also president of Honda R&D, said that the company had no firm plans for a pure battery electric vehicle at this stage – the onus is on hybrid petrol electric cars and fuel-cell models.It will continue to develop diesels for Europe, but Ito admitted a project to build clean-fuel diesels for the US market had been cancelled.
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Safety recalls in the auto industry range from the insignificant to the downright dangerous. It can be something as small as a door-panel screw or as serious as an exploding gas tank. One thing is for certain: As an auto executive, the last place you want to be is in front of a congressional panel trying to explain what happened.