2002 - 2005 Pontiac Grand Am - Olds Alero - 2.2 Ecotech - Flywheel on 2040-parts.com
Galion, Ohio, United States
Decent looking Flywheel for the 2002 to 2005 Grand Am and Olds Alero with the 2.2 Ecotech engine. Teeth still look good on the ring gear. Shows the normal wear. Needs a good cleaning. This came off a running engine. Check out my other auctions. Items may not be shipped from my location for up 5 days after payment has been made.
Flywheels, Flexplates, & Parts for Sale
Wed, 16 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0700
2012 BMW M5 - another teaser video
The tease for the 2012 BMW M5 started just ten days ago when we published BMW’s first M5 teaser video. Just the briefest of glances of the new M5 – still camouflaged – in a snowy, evocative landscape. But now we get what appears to be the same video only this time we get shots of the still camouflaged M5 cut in instead of cut out.
Sat, 12 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700
Official pictures of the MX-5 Superlight Concept have leaked out ahead of Frankfurt
We don’t think Mazda are intending building the MX-5 Superlight, it’s more a way of showcasing what can be achieved by radical weight saving. But don’t quote us on that. If Mazda gets big positive feedback they’ll probably turn it in to a production model despite their assertions it’s just a concept.
Fri, 09 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Bridgestone’s ‘I’ve been everywhere’ Road Trip
Flogging tyres isn’t the easiest job in the world; we all need them – at intervals far too regular than we’d like – but buyers tend to fall in to two camps – those who know a brand and ask for it by name, and those that have put on their car whatever the man at Kwik Fit is pushing this week. So ‘Brand Awareness’ is the name of the game (a game that can backfire – just ask Pirelli what’s going on in F1) and the more potential buyers a tyre brand can lodge its name in the brain of, the better. Which is why Bridgestone are running their We’ve been everywhere interactive campaign which very cleverly plots the escape of one man from office drudgery and showcases his journey out in to the proper world, all to a soundtrack of Johnny Cash’s ‘I’ve been everywhere’.