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2011-2013 Kia Optima Ex Oem Front & Rear Engine Camshaft on 2040-parts.com

US $200.00
Location:

Blythe, Georgia, United States

Blythe, Georgia, United States
used item , has wear
Manufacturer Part Number:N/A

2011-2013 KIA OPTIMA EX OEM FRONT & REAR ENGINE CAMSHAFT

has wear on camshafts but look at pictures for more detail

came from a totaled out car that had about 26,000 miles on it.

Behind the wheel of the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Coupe Black Series - video

Thu, 02 May 2013

Today I am going to lecture you about the benefits of slow, boring, electric-car transportation as it relates to V2G connectivity. Also, about the virtues of eating broccoli. Ha ha!

British restorer upgrades the Jaguar E-type with modern materials

Wed, 18 May 2011

Here's an item that caught our attention in light of the 50th anniversary of the Jaguar E-type. British company Eagle makes a business of selling and restoring E-types. Its latest project takes the classic sports car and upgrades it with some modern technology.

Jaguar Land Rover open new engineering test centre in Dubai

Sun, 12 May 2013

(adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Jaguar Land Rover are growing at a tremendous rate, and that means more and more testing of cars to make sure they can cope with the extremes of climate they’re subjected to by owners around the world. So as part of their growing test programme, JLR have extended their testing and engineering facilities in the Al Barsha area of Dubai so they can test durability, calibration and hot weather testing for heat and humidity as well as test the powertrains, chassis, HVAC and, as this is Dubai and it has plenty of sand, they can also give the Land Rover Terrain Response systems a proper workout. JLR has been hot weather testing in Dubai for more than 12 years – an area where temperatures can reach 50 degrees Celsius – and the new facility replaces a much smaller one in the same area, and joins Jaguar Land Rover’s other test facilities at the Nurburgring, Arjeplog in Sweden and Phoenix and International Falls in the States to ensure all JLR’s new cars get subjected to everything from extreme hot and cold to track work.