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1982 -1992 Ford Ranger 1990 -1992 Bronco Ll Window Deflectors Rain Guards on 2040-parts.com

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Billings, Montana, US

Billings, Montana, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Manufacturer Part Number:32071 Placement on Vehicle:Array Surface Finish:BLACK OVER STAINLESS STEEL Warranty:No

1 / PAIR -- BLACK  OVER STAINLESS FRONT DOOR WINDOW VENTSHADES.  MADE BY AUTO VENTSHADE # 32071  FIT 1982 - 1992 FORD RANGER OR BRONCO ll SMALL BRONCO--  COMPLETE WITH INSTAL CLIPS.

One lap of the Web: $52 million Ferrari 250 GTO, Alfa Romeo Montreal for sale and more bizarro engines

Mon, 07 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

-- Even as the hammer fell on Juan Manuel Fangio's $30 million Mercedes-Benz W196R, we knew that that car wasn't the most expensive one ever sold -- it was merely the most expensive car sold at auction. Other cars were reported to have traded for a bit more in private sales. But now we have word of a car that absolutely blows the sale price of Fangio's little Silver Arrow out of the water: a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO that sold to an undisclosed buyer for $52 million.

Ford Fiesta ST3 is the new range-topping ST

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The Ford Fiesta ST3 (pictured) launches The absence of an RS Ford at the moment means lovers of fast Fords have to settle for an ST, rather than a full-fat RS. But it seems that those who do opt for the ST versions of Ford’s cars are willing to pay more to get a bettered specced car, something Ford are happy to accommodate with the launch of a new Fiesta ST model – the Ford Fiesta ST3. Ford are already seeing the vast majority of Fiesta ST buyers opting for the ST2 version (9 out of ten choose the more expensive version) so they’re obviously hoping a big chunk of those buyers will instead now opt for the better equipped – and more expensive – Fiesta ST3.

DSA and VOSA to be merged and rebranded

Fri, 29 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

TWO MAJOR governmental organisations particularly familiar to motorists are to be merged and rebranded under plans to save money. In an attempt to boost service and cut costs, the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) and Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) are being turned into a single, new organisation. Transport Minister Robert Goodwill has confirmed the new, streamlined agency will be called the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency Mr Goodwill said that during a transition period to April 1 next year, references to the new DVSA would include a statement "incorporating DSA and VOSA".