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1986 Harley-davidson Evo Motor Engine Softail on 2040-parts.com

US $1,300.00
Location:

Letts, Iowa, United States

Letts, Iowa, United States

1986 stock, unmolested, 1340 evolution, 60,000 miles. engine stand not included, reserve the right to stop sell at any time as this motor is advertised for sale localy.

GM sells Suzuki shares to raise emergency funds

Mon, 17 Nov 2008 00:00:00 -0800

By Tim Pollard Motor Industry 17 November 2008 15:24 GM is flogging its entire stake in Suzuki to pump cash into its survival funds. The General owns a 3% holding in Suzuki Motor Corporation and will sell 16,413,000 shares on the open market tomorrow. Based on today’s values, GM will raise an estimated £154 million through the sale, although Suzuki will exercise an option to buy back an equivalent number of its own shares in treasury stock.

McLaren P1 production starts in Woking

Tue, 08 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

McLaren P1 production starts in Woking The Geneva Motor Show in March saw the arrival of the first production version of the new McLaren P1 (and its arch-rival, the LaFerrari). But it’s taken until now – seven months later – for McLaren to finish final testing of the P1 before pressing the button on their clinical assembly line to start customer P1s rolling out. In between the reveal at Geneva and production starting, McLaren have been having a bash at the Nurburgring (with mixed results) and doing some final hot weather testing on the P1, but now – apart from a few inevitable tweaks once the P1 gets out in to the real world – the P1 is ready for its customers.

Trevor’s Back! TVR sold to new British owner

Fri, 07 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700

TVR sold to a new British owner, Les Edgar TVR – once the pride of Blackpool – effectively disappeared from the car scene in 2006 when its Russian owner, Nikolai Smolensky, shuttered up TVR just two years after he bought it from Peter Wheeler and last yeare announced there would never be another TVR. But it now seems TVR has been sold to a British businessman, Les Edgar, who has bought the rights to the TVR name and the right to manufacture parts for existing cars. So far, the only evidence of a return is a new splash page on the TVR website (pictured above) which tells us that TVR are ‘Roaring Back’.