1976 Cadillac Deville Set Of 4 Wheel Covers on 2040-parts.com
Nags Head, North Carolina, United States
PRICE IS FOR SET OF 1976 CADILLAC DEVILLE HUBCAPS.2 COVERS ARE AS NEAR PERFECT FOR 42 YEARS OLD WITH SOME SURFACE LIGHT SCRATCHES.THE OTHER 2 HAVE A FEW VERY LIGHT DINGS THAT ARE OUTLINED BUT ALL HAVE HARDLY ANY CURB RASH ON THE RIMS.THEY ARE VERY CLEAN AS SHOWN BY THE BACKS.THIS IS A GREAT SET.THE DINGS COULD BE TAPPED OUT BUT THEY ARE SO SLIGHT.ONLY A SET OF OEMS COULD POSSIBLY BE BETTER BUT NOT BY MUCH.PLEASE STUDY THE PICTURES AND ASK ANY QUESTIONS BEFORE PURCHASE.I WANT YOU TO BE SATISIFIED.RED LINE IS GLARE
PICTURES 3 AND 8 HAVE SLIGHT DINGS MARKED.FOR SALE LOCALLY.
Hub Caps & Trim for Sale
Wed, 19 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
CAR GIANT Jaguar Land Rover has started recruiting for the first phase of 1,700 new jobs to support production of new vehicles. The company said 500 production staff will be taken on as part of expansion plans at its factory in Solihull, West Midlands. The carmaker is investing £1.5 billion in the UK and plans to increase its workforce at Solihull to almost 8,000.
Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0800
By Tim Pollard
First Official Pictures
02 March 2010 08:36
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Thu, 23 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800
Liberty Electric Cars has launched a competition for design students calling for ideas for a revolutionary ‘Car of the Year' 2020. The company, which specializes in electric vehicle (EV) drivetrain technologies for multiple vehicle platforms, has asked for students to create a revolutionary electric vehicle for its ‘GEN Y 2012 – Express Yourself' contest. The design must be targeted for Generation Y (between 18 and 29 years old), with the brief stating that the vehicle "should be iconic in shape and allow the user to express their own personality."
The vehicle should also "become a fashion item, fun to drive and should use innovative technologies and materials that can be easily configured according to the driver's requirements."
The contest is open for students enrolled in a college or university-level design program, either in transportation, product or fashion design, engineering or architecture.