1974 Thru 1976 Bricklin Blower To Blower Plate Seal on 2040-parts.com
Riverside, California, United States
Other Part Number:EB-003
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Surface Finish:Textured Foam
BRICKLIN SV1 BLOWER TO BLOWER PLATE SEAL
This is the hard to find seal that goes between blower motor and blower mounting plate. These get left out alot because there hard to find. This is an exact fit.
SHIPPING IS $5.00 IN THE USA
OVERSEAS BUYERS WELCOME SHIPPING IS WHAT IT IS TO YOUR DOOR
AC & Heating for Sale
Wed, 19 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800
Tony Williams-Kenny has been announced as the new global Design Director of Chinese automaker, SAIC Motor.
During his previous role as Design Director for SAIC Motor, UK, Williams-Kenny worked on various Roewe products, as well as being responsible for designing a new generation of MG models including the MG3, MG6 and MG Zero – the first concept car from the brand since 1985. When interviewed by CDN last year, we asked him how important design is in the company: "For me it's obvious SAIC gets the need for design and the need for a strong brand design relationship," he answered. "We have a really good review group at senior management level too, who actually want to be involved in design reviews and the decision making process."
After gaining an MA in Automotive Design and a BA (Hons) in Transport Design from Coventry University in the UK in 1998, Kenny joined Mitsubishi Europe Design in Trebur, Germany as a designer.
Tue, 23 Jan 2007 00:00:00 -0800
By Jack Carfrae
First Official Pictures
23 January 2007 12:27
The new Skoda Octavia Scout… yet another soft-roader? Sort of. Skoda isn’t kidding itself into claiming that the Scout would win if it took on a Defender; think of it as a slightly chunkier alternative to the current 4wd Octavia estate, or a cut-price rival to the Audi Allroad and Volvo XC70.
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700
Paper tax discs will soon be scrapped forever, but a survey of drivers has found that a half are clueless about the new rules. The survey, of more than 1,000 people, suggests that the DVLA has failed to efficiently inform motorists of the changes – despite them coming in from the 1 October 2014. Click on the image above to find out more about the new tax disc rules