1995 Artic Cat Mountain Cat Wildcat 700 Efi Exhaust Muffler on 2040-parts.com
Payette, Idaho, United States
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I AM PARTING OUT A 1995 ARTIC CAT MOUNTAIN CAT 700 EFI. ALL OF THE PARTS I HAVE FOR THIS ARE LISTED.
THIS IS THE EXHAUST MUFFLER.
MUFFLER HAS NO CRACKS, WELDS, OR REPAIRS.
NO DINGS OR DENTS.
NO RUST HOLES OR VISIBLE RUST DAMAGE.
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Sun, 05 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
There was talk that VW needed at least three of its brands to take the BlueSport project in to production, and there was talk not just of a VW Bluesport but also a SEAT BlueSport, one from Skoda, another from Audi and even a Porsche BlueSport. But in the end, not a single part of VW’s vast group seemed enamoured enough with the BlueSport to take the project forward. But it now looks as though the idea of the BlueSport is far from dead, with VW’s design boss, Walter de Silva, declaring that he’s a big fan of the BlueSport project, and he’s far from the only one in the VW Group who feels the same.
Tue, 15 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Skoda Vision D at Geneva - Skoda's new design direction
It’s now got to the point with Skoda where the skip-on-wheels reputation of the ’70s and ’80s – and even the ‘Cheap’ VW tag of the ’90s and ’00s – has been completely eclipsed by the perception of Skoda as quite simply the maker of some crackingly good cars. Cars like the brilliant little Skoda Fabia vRS – which we’d take over the Polo GTI (much more character) – and the equally brilliant Skoda Yeti which, although it might not quite live up to Clarkson’s recent tongue-in-cheek assertion as the best car in the world is, nonetheless, exceptionally good. That change in perception is clear in the confident model range on offer from Skoda and the clever way in which it’s marketed.
Mon, 23 Mar 2009 00:00:00 -0700
To bring college students into Nissan dealerships to look at the quirky new Cube, Nissan North America has asked for a little help--from college students. Nissan has retained marketing classes at 10 large U.S. universities to create ad campaigns that will run on their campuses this spring.