1978 79 80 81 Toyota Celica Supra Oem Wheel Center Chrome Covers Caps (broken) on 2040-parts.com
Morrisville, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:For parts or not working
Manufacturer Part Number:NA
I stripped out an old Toyota Celica Supra I found in a local Junk Yard a few years back.I just came across this one last hubcap. It is broken but it may be workable if you cant find a replacement for yours. Check out the pictures for details or email me if you have any questions.
Hub Caps for Sale
Tue, 01 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Fall is upon us, and as we all know, autumn marks the beginning of new-car season. Brand-spanking new models get the opportunity to make their debut in the automotive world, while others are lucky enough to continue their journey into the next generation. But other vehicles are hitting the end of the assembly line.
Wed, 08 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology say a new battery design for electric vehicles could be a lightweight and inexpensive alternative. The goal for the team's three-year project, launched in September 2010, is to have a functioning prototype ready to be engineered as a replacement for existing electric-car batteries. At this point in the project, the prototype uses a “semi-solid flow” to separate the two functions of a battery--storing energy and discharging it when needed--into separate physical structures.
Thu, 13 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800
The 2013 Mercedes E Class and E Class Estate get a facelift with updates to the styling and engines and higher levels of equipment. The restyling of the 2013 E-Class is surprisingly comprehensive for what amounts to a mid-life facelift, with new single headlights replacing the old split lights, new grill – with the choice of a traditional grill or a sporty version (think SLC grill) – new bumpers, new bonnet, smoother haunches and a crease line down the side all the way to the new LED tail lights. Inside, the new E Class gets two part trim the extends right across the dash in either wood (if you’re old) or aluminium (if you’re not), new analogue clock in the middle between the air vents, new instrument cluster, new air vents, new centre console and new steering wheel with a Direct Select lever and flappy paddles.