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2 Vtg South Coast #3 Swivel Snap Shackle Snatch Block Marine Boat Yacht Sailboat on 2040-parts.com

US $109.00
Location:

Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States

Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
Condition:Used Brand:SOUTH COAST Manufacturer Part Number:#3

PAIR OF SOUTH COAST #3 BLOCKS. PULLEYS ROLL FREELY. SWIVEL TURN FREELY.  SOLD AS IS AS SEEN IN PICTURES.

Ferrari F12 Berlinetta design story uncovered [w/video]

Wed, 14 Mar 2012

Ferrari has revealed the secrets behind the design and development of its new F12 Berlinetta in a short video. The renowned Italian supercar manufacturer released the video, which focuses purely on the design process behind the F12 Berlinetta, the successor to the 599 GTO. The video, released as one part of a series, charts the development of the Berlinetta, the fastest that Ferrari has ever created, from the original sketches through the digital and clay modeling phases to finally deliver the finished product. The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, one of the most hotly-anticipated cars of 2012, was officially unveiled at last week's Geneva motor show to crowds of fellow designers and members of the press as it appeared on both Ferrari and Pininfarina stands.

Volkswagen takes stake in Suzuki

Wed, 09 Dec 2009

VW takes a 19.9% stake in Suzuki We’re back on the co-operation and rationalisation path again, this time with Volkswagen and Suzuki, with the announcement that VW is to take a 19.9% stake in Suzuki, with Suzuki in turn re-investing up to half of the proceeds in to Volkswagen shares. This deal has been on the cards for some time but has obviously been pushed in to reality by the changing landscape for car manufacturers, where they seek to find a more secure future with takeovers, mergers and partnerships. Which is all very logical, even if it will inevitably lead to less choice for the car buyer in the long term.

Suzuki loses the American Dream, dies an unloved death on our shores

Tue, 06 Nov 2012

On Nov. 5, 2012, the American Suzuki Motor Corp.filed for bankruptcy and announced that no more Suzukis will be sold in America—not now, not ever. (Unless someone has the Bricklin-like foresight to import Wagon Rs to our advanced civilization in, say, 50 years.) And with that news, the Stateside automotive journalists filed their respective stories, drove home and sat on the couch to twiddle their thumbs.