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351m 400 Engine Driver Lh Side Exhaust Manifold Ford Original Oem on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Jewett City, Connecticut, United States

Jewett City, Connecticut, United States
GREAT CONDITION
Brand:FORD Placement on Vehicle:Left Manufacturer Part Number:D5AZ9431 , D5AE9431 Surface Finish:New Interchange Part Number:327-00905L Warranty:6 Month Other Part Number:5013C99-905 OE Spec or Performance/Custom:OE Spec

GREAT USED DRIVERS SIDE EXHAUST MANIFOLD IN PERFECT WORKING CONDITION REMOVED FROM A 1978 F150 400 ENGINE.

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Russia's Dartz Prombron creates a 2,000-hp armored yacht hauler

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Looking to make a statement at the yacht club? This will do it. Russian armored-vehicle manufacturer Dartz Prombron has teamed up with Eduard Gray of Swedish luxury-vehicle design firm Gray Design to create the 2012 Sportback, which is made to haul yachts and maybe scare small children.

Would you buy a Buick Park Avenue?

Mon, 05 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The last time we saw the Park Avenue stateside was in 2005, when the second-generation model departed Buick's U.S. lineup as a relic from the '90s. But just a couple years later the Park Avenue nameplate reappeared in the Chinese market to replace the Buick Royaum, an exceedingly long sedan based on an Australian-market Holden.

Bristol Cars sold to China. Possibly.

Fri, 01 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Bristol Cars - is it a Chinese Takeaway Earlier this month we reported the sad demise of the quirky and eccentric supercar maker that is Bristol cars, forced in to administration through a shortage of equally eccentric millionaires to buy their creations from another time. The good news is that they still look like a viable entity if they’re properly marketed, so we didn’t expect it to be too long before a buyer popped up and grabbed the Bristol Cars name, its Kensington showrooms and the handful of staff left. So we weren’t surprised to get an email this morning from China telling us the press there are reporting that the Xinjiang No1 Tractor Company – a State-owned maker of tractors (you’d never have guessed) – had snapped up Bristol Cars from the administrators.