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1996 96 Kawasaki 900 Zxi Jet Ski Wave 95 97 Triple Keihin Carburetor 3 Carbs on 2040-parts.com

US $45.00
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Dearing, Georgia, US

Dearing, Georgia, US
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Scrappage: US to get Cash for Clunkers

Wed, 10 Jun 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The US is to get their own Scrappage Scheme - Cash for Clunkers So even though our Scrappage Scheme is pretty flawed, it may well be having an impact – at least until the relatively modest amount set-aside for the scheme by the Government is exhausted. And now it’s the turn of the US to launch a Scrappage Schem – Cash for Clunkers. Cash for Clunkers legislation was passed yesterday in the US to try and kick-start US car sales, and give a boost to beleaguered car makers like GM and Chrysler.

Men & Motors goes Classic

Thu, 04 Dec 2008 00:00:00 -0800

Cars, that is. It seems unlikely we’ll get the BBC Philharmonic in Concert on the Men & Motors Channel. No, this is M&M announcing their first original commission for a programme for over three years.

Tata is leading JLR bidder

Thu, 03 Jan 2008 00:00:00 -0800

By Ben Pulman Motor Industry 03 January 2008 13:16 Ford looks set to sell Jaguar/Land Rover (JLR) to Tata. In a statement to JLR workers today, Ford of Europe chairman Lewis Booth said: ‘Ford is committed to focused negotiations at a more detailed level with Tata Motors concerning the potential sale of the combined Jaguar Land Rover business.’ This is the first time that Ford has publicly revealed the identity of any bidder for JLR.   JLR has been up for sale since June 2007, and other potential bidders include rival Indian vehicle maker Mahindra Group and private finance group One Equity fronted by former Ford CEO Jac Nasser. Tata itself already owns a few famous names, including Tetley Tea and Corus (formerly British Steel).