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2002-07 Honda Aquatrax F-12 F-12x R-12 R-12x Pwc Steering Limit Switch Assembly on

US $16.24

Eustis, Florida, United States

Eustis, Florida, United States
2002-07 Honda Aquatrax F-12 F-12X R-12 R-12X PWC Steering Limit Switch Assembly, US $16.24, image 1
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Brand:Honda Part Type:Steering Limit Switch Assembly Manufacturer Part Number:35600-HW1-670 Warranty:No Part Brand:PWC

Ginetta G60 revealed with a Mustang engine in the middle

Wed, 05 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Ginetta G60 Ginetta don’t have the biggest profile in the car world, but they’ve been around – on and off – for over 50 years. Based until the late ’80s up the road from us in Witham, Ginetta was bought by a bunch of enthusiasts, relocated to Yorkshire and seems to be doing alright after a change of ownership in 2007. Alright enough to reveal the Ginetta G60 this week, anyway.

RAC to carry universal spare wheel

Thu, 16 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

The RAC believes call outs to cars with punctures but no spare wheel will reach 250,000 a year by 2015, so has decided to roll out its own universal spare wheel as a hassle-reducing solution. The universal spare wheel, which has already been successfully trialled, should become standard equipment for all RAC breakdown patrols by early February 2014. On Bing: see pictures of universal spare wheels Spare wheel solution from the RAC The RAC has taken this step as increasingly few modern cars are sold with a factory-fitted spare wheel as standard.

Volvo C30: now starts under £15k

Thu, 10 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0800

Volvo C30 ES 2.0 - now starts at £14,995 It’s been all change at Volvo in the last year, with the Swedish car maker going from being the last vestige of Ford’s ill-fated Premier Auto Group to the first high-profile car maker to fall to the Chinese resurgence as an economic force. Volvo also has a new boss in former VW man Stefan Jacoby, who has made it clear he doesn’t see Volvo as a ‘Premier’ marque. Not that he’s downplaying what Volvo has to offer, he’d just prefer us to think of Volvo as unique and Swedish rather than in competition with the likes of Mercedes and BMW.