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Teaneck, New Jersey, United States

Teaneck, New Jersey, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:42602-47060

2012-2015 Toyota Prius 15"  Hub Cap Part No. 42602-47060

 

Used – good condition.  Has some scratches – see image.  Please contact me if you have any questions.  Thanks.

Mercedes accidentally publishes the first 2014 Mercedes S-Class photo

Wed, 01 May 2013

The image has since been removed, but not before it escaped in to the wild to give us our first official view of the new S Class, a car which has always set new standards in equipment and safety with each new launch, and the 2014 S Class will be no different. What will be different is the range of models we expect to arrive in the next few years, from standard and long wheelbase S Class through an S Class Coupe, S Class Convertible and a super-luxury S Class Pullman, which will effectively replace Mercedes’ failed Maybach adventure. The new S Class looks less bulbous than its current incarnation, with the bulging rear wheel arches gone and a slimmer look all round.

Vauxhall at the Paris motor show 2008

Thu, 02 Oct 2008

By Guy Bird Motor Shows 02 October 2008 16:31 The Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer bagged its world debut as an Opel-badged vehicle in Paris. Yet another well styled, curvaceous family estate in the vein of the Citroen C5, Ford Mondeo and Honda Accord, it begs the question: is the large boxy load-lugger now officially dead?   The curving roofline – with integrated rear spoiler to visually extend it even further – plus a much more shapely rear end consign the very square old Vectra estate to history. It also results in a decent-for-class 0.30 Cd drag coefficient.

Mustang cocreator Donald Frey dies

Tue, 23 Mar 2010

Donald Frey, a senior product planning manager at Ford Motor Co. in the 1960s who along with Hal Sperlich and Lee Iacocca developed the iconic Ford Mustang, died on March 5 in Evanston, Ill., from a stroke. He was 87 years old.