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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Fri, 21 Dec 2007 00:00:00 -0800
Coventry University's MA Automotive Design Show, now in its fifteenth year, recently had its annual exhibition in Coventry's Transport Museum. Entitled 'InGenius', the exhibition presented work which covered a spectrum of vehicle concepts, including public transport systems. The projects were presented as scale models and digital animated presentations using CAD modeling tools.
Fri, 18 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Like Detroit's Big Three, AMC rapidly understood the importance of the youth market after the success of the Ford Mustang. In the late 60s, the design team produced a series of "Think Young" concept cars to reach the younger audience as well as exciting new showroom offerings like the Mustang-inspired Javelin, the two-seater AMX and the Rambler. Presented at the 1969 Chicago auto show, the second opus of the American Motors Experimental series, the AMX/2 was not just AMC's most daring concept car ever, but one of Detroit's first acknowledgments that the future of high-performance sports cars would be mid-engined.
Thu, 13 Aug 2009 00:00:00 -0700
By Ben Pulman
First Official Pictures
13 August 2009 10:30
This is BMW’s new ActiveHybrid X6, the company's first full production hybrid car. With two electric motors mated to the twin-turbo V8 powerplant, BMW claims its new SUV is not only the world’s most powerful hybrid, but also offers a reduction in fuel consumption and emissions over the equivalent petrol-only X6 by around 20%. And all to the ‘joint enhancement of driving pleasure and efficiency’. Mmmm…
No – there’s actually two electric motors.