1970 Grand Prix 400 Exhaust Manifolds on 2040-parts.com
Homewood, Illinois, United States
Pair of really nice 1970 Pontiac exhaust manifolds off of a 400 TH400 motor. Nothing broken. Not rusty. Nice. DISREGARD WHATEVER SHIPPING EBAY PUTS IN SHIPPING FIELD. IT IS ALWAYS WRONG. I WILL QUOTE SHIPPING UPON RECEIVED SHIPPING ADDRESS AT AUCTION CLOSE. Thanks!
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Wed, 09 Apr 2008 00:00:00 -0700
By Ben Oliver
09 April 2008 10:47
Lewis Hamilton, at least seven Formula One teams and a long list of dramatic new road cars will headline the 2008 Goodwood Festival of Speed.The theme for this year’s event is ‘Hawthorne to Hamilton – Britain’s Love Affair with World Motor Sport’ and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of Mike Hawthorn becoming Britain’s first F1 champion.Touring cars, rally cars, you name it...Other major anniversaries being marked include 50 years of British Touring cars. Organiser Lord March promises the most complete collection of BTCC cars yet assembled, from the Minis and vast Ford Galaxies of the sixties, through the Capris of the Seventies and Cosworths of the Eighties to the saloons of the formula’s Nineties heyday.The Ford and Subaru world rally teams are confirmed, and modern sports car racing will be represented by the Le Mans-winning Audi R10 diesel and GT1 class-winning Aston Martin DBR9 in Gulf colours.
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Car Design News launched its first-ever Car Design Review yearbook at the Geneva Motor Show, featuring the award-winning Production Car and Concept Car Designs of 2013. If you're interested in buying a copy of the 160-page yearbook this interview appears in, alongside trend reports, bespoke car design infographics and a special feature on Marcello Gandini, our inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Car Design Review can be purchased here. Name Ralph GillesRole VP design, Chrysler GroupAge, nationality 44, USLocation Michigan, USAEducation Center for Creative Studies, Detroit
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When we first heard about this show, we figured it would be all famous cars from famous movies: the real Bullitt Mustang, the real Herbie, the real pod racer from Star Wars. While there were some actual movie cars at the first show of the newly minted Television/Motion Picture Car Club--including the Charger from Fast & Furious and a real Dukes of Hazzard General Lee--the majority of the wheels were tribute cars made by fans who happened to work in the movie industry. The only Star Wars car was a converted Honda Civic Del Sol with a stuffed green Yoda riding shotgun.