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1990 's Suzuki 9.9 Hp 2 Stroke Outboard Engine Top Cowl Hood Cover on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Watertown, Massachusetts, United States

Watertown, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:Used Brand:suzuki Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

used cover as shown with some scratches  removed from a 1995 9.9 hp  Suzuki 2 stroke

Jaguar C-X75 concept (2010) diesel electric supercar

Fri, 01 Oct 2010

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 01 October 2010 12:00 Jaguar delivered one of the surprises of the 2010 Paris motor show with the new C-X75 supercar concept car. The C-X75 is designed to showcase Jag’s new design direction now that the modern Ian Callum-led look has been rolled out across the Jag XF, XJ and XK sports cars.But the new Jaguar C-X75 (‘C’ for concept, ‘X’ for experimental, ’75’ to mark the brand’s 75th anniversary) is also a technological statement. Jag has spotted the kudos granted to Porsche for stealing the Geneva 2010 show with the 918 Spyder – and realises that its graceful, paceful cars require a green balance.

Hey Craig Jackson, how did the auction go?

Thu, 24 Jan 2013

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McLaren P1 back at the Nurburgring in attack mode

Sat, 19 Oct 2013

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