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2004 Mitsubishi Eclipse Oem Amplifier on 2040-parts.com

US $85.00
Location:

Clermont, Florida, United States

Clermont, Florida, United States
Condition:Used

This auction is for a  OEM AMPLIFIER MODEL # MR400692 OFF A 2004 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE .... The amplifier is in good working order....The amplifier should fit 2000 to 2005 models.......                           Please email or call 352 255 5754 with any questions before bidding.  Winning bid pays shipping and handling .   If paying by PAYPAL pay with a CONFIRMED ADDRESS.  UNCONFIRMED ADDRESSES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. SHIPPING RATE FOR WITHIN THE CONTIGUOUS US STATES ONLY!!!!! We do not ship to Puerto Rico, Alaska ,Hawaii OR US VIRVIN ISLANDS......

Liberal Petrolhead. Oxymoron? Not any more

Wed, 25 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Vince Cable gets behind the wheel of an Aston Martin DBS With the Liberal / Conservative coalition now in charge we seem to have got a Government where a big chunk of the ministers are Liberals (is there a Liberal MP without a portfolio of some description?). Which I suppose is the price we pay for allowing the Conservatives to become Labour Lite instead of having real conviction politicians. Still, it throws up some interesting conflicts.

Volvo C30 Performance Concept Prototype (2010) first pictures

Thu, 22 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0700

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Hyundai Veloster Turbo gets cheaper

Wed, 19 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Hyundai are set to launch an additional model of the Velsoter Turbo to sit below the Turbo SE for around £2 less. With the regular Hyundai Veloster starting at £18k and the Velsoter Turbo at £22k, Hyundai has worked out there’s a middle ground price point – can you guess what it is? So to fill that gap (yes, it’s a £20k entry point) Hyundai are to launch the bog-standard Veloster Turbo (without the SE badge) which will lose some of the equipment but, as far as we can see, keep the butch cosmetic bits on the exterior.