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57-49043a1 Mercury Mercruiser V Belt - New Old Stock on 2040-parts.com

US $18.50
Location:

Oceanport, New Jersey, United States

Oceanport, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New

57-49043A1 MERCURY MERCRUISER V BELT - NEW OLD STOCK

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The Best (and worst!) of France and Italy

Mon, 05 Nov 2012

Call this the gathering of cars you're amazed even started. Yet, there were over 300 of them by 11:00 a.m., spread all over the lawn and under the trees in Woodley Park in Van Nuys, Calif. for the annual Best of France and Italy car show.

Spyker at Salon Prive 2013 with B6 Venator & C8 Aileron – and maybe the Venator Spyder

Wed, 19 Jun 2013

The Spyker B6 Venator (pictured) will be at Salon Prive this year Victor Muller rolled out his new plans for Spyker ahead of the Geneva Motor Show this year with the arrival of the very convincing Spyker B6 Venator and typically grandiose plans to build and sell so many Spyker would be back on top. But Victor’s plans didn’t stop there, and by April it was clear that Spyker were also planning on building a Venator Spyder too as Victor’s plans to take on the £100k plus sports car market grew. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});So with plans to make Spyker a force to be reckoned with, Spyker are off to this year’s garden party with cars – Salon Prive – in September with not just the B6 Venator but also the C8 Aileron.

'27% would drive into floodwater'

Wed, 27 Nov 2013

A DEVIL-MAY-CARE attitude amongst drivers is commonplace when it comes to flooded roads, according to a survey. Nearly 2% would ignore a road-closed sign, while 42% would blindly follow the vehicle in front if it managed to cross a flooded road successfully, the poll shows. Around a quarter of drivers (27%) would attempt to go through moving floodwater nearly 12in (30cm) deep, according to the Populus survey conducted for the Environment Agency and the AA.