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68 69 70 71 Galaxie R. Exhaust Manifold 8-390 C8ae9430 on

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New London, Minnesota, United States

New London, Minnesota, United States
Condition:Used Conditions & Options:C8AE9430 Mileage:0 Genuine OEM:Yes Model:GALAXIE Interchange Part Number:327-00577R Year:1968 Designation:Used Stock #:V17164 Placement:Passenger/Right GTIN:Does not apply PartNumber:327 Inventory ID:207093

New Porsche 911 GT3 (991) technical highlights (video)

Mon, 20 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Ahead of its arrival with customers, Porsche has delivered a new video of the GT3 designed to make it clear just how some of its technical highlights work to make the GT3 swifter and more nimble than ever before. Power is of course the key to the GT3 – 468bhp and 324lb/ft of torque – but the power is no good unless the GT3 can put that power down as efficiently as possible in all circumstances. Porsche assert that the GT3′s chassis is engineered for Motorsport, and key elements of the new GT3 make it even more able.

Renault Megane CC (2010) Teased

Wed, 06 Jan 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Renault are teasing the 2010 Megane CC ahead of a launch at Geneva in March We’ve got used over the last few years to car makers milking the launch of every new model, update, trim change and engine mod with a few judiciously ’Arty’ teaser photos to whet the appetites of prepect buyers. Although in truth they’re really providing stories for online news. We’re always hungry for stories and car makers know that.

Nissan Qazana unveiled at Geneva motor show 2009

Tue, 03 Mar 2009 00:00:00 -0800

By Ben Pulman First Official Pictures 03 March 2009 12:39 This funky little concept car is Nissan’s new Qazana, a preview of an all-new sub-Qashqai crossover that’ll be built at the company’s Sunderland plant in 2010. All of the concept’s real, from its suicide rear doors through to its 20-inch wheels, but don’t expect much of this to translate onto the production car. The fancy doors and big rims will disappear, but the real thing will still have the muscular yet curvaceous lines of the Qazana concept.