2017 Reprotint Pin Up Girl Calendar on 2040-parts.com
Toledo, Ohio, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
It Must Be Christmas Time Because the Reprotint Calendar is back and ready to be purchased for the year 2017. This is the most requested item I sell at the Vintage and Antique Outboard Motor Shows I attend every year. This is of course a calender with Pin-up girls posing with some of the sexiest Outboard Motors ever made. The captions are laden heavy with Double Entendre. It is a great nostalgia looking piece to hang in your Garage, Barn or Workshop. Makes an excellent Seasonal gift for the man who has everything. Limited Quantity, Buy Early and Buy Often, when they are Gone, they are gone. Brought to You By Reprotint, Manufacturers of Color Correct Matching Outboard Motor Paint for American Made Outboards built from 1908 to Date.
Memorabilia for Sale
Thu, 22 May 2008
By Ben Pulman
First Official Pictures
22 May 2008 11:55
Kia’s Soul is here, and looks nearly identical to the trio of concept cars that appeared in Geneva earlier in 2008. The faux-4x4 will be launched at the Paris Motor Show later this year, before going on sale in the UK in March 2009. Underpinning the Soul is an all-new platform but it will lift engines and transmissions from the Ceed hatch, led by 1.6 petrol and diesel engines.
Wed, 15 Jun 2011
Jimbo Paranada and Marc Paguirigan wore their leis made of lucky Hawaiian ti leaves, but it wasn't quite enough to give the Maui High School students the win in the 62nd-annual Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills national competition on June 14 at Ford World Headquarters in Dearborn, Mich. The Hawaiian duo finished second to the two-person team of Matthew Saunders and Drew Torrey from Vale High School in Vale, Ore. The Oregon pair won the title of "America's Best Student Auto Technicians," outscoring at field of state champions from all 50 states.
Tue, 19 Nov 2013
BICYCLE RIDERS need to take more responsibility for their own safety in the wake of a spate of cyclists' deaths, one of London's top police officers has said. Chief Superintendent Glyn Jones's comments came after launching a new initiative that will see 2,500 officers being asked to reinforce traffic rules in the capital's most notorious black spots from tomorrow. The initiative was in response to the worrying statistic that six cyclists have been killed on London's roads in two weeks.