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8560552 8212522 Lower Cowl Seal For Mercury Mariner 25-125 Hp 4 Stroke on

US $28.80

Suamico, Wisconsin, United States

Suamico, Wisconsin, United States
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UPC:745061438286 MPN:856055 2 Color:Black Manufacturer Part Number:8560552 Brand:Mercury

2013 Subaru Forester revealed

Thu, 01 Nov 2012 00:00:00 -0700

The new Subaru Forester – a 2014 Forester for the US – has been revealed ahead of a debut at the Los Angeles Motor Show this month. The Forester still looks like a Forester although it is a bit longer, wider and taller and gets a longer wheelbase which, say Subaru, means more space in the back seats and more room ion the boot. There are cosmetic tweaks with a crease running down the flanks under the window line, a new grill and bumpers, new alloys and a more slick feel to the looks. There’s extra toys too with a new Infotainment centre with smartphone integration, SatNav with reversing camera and a nice upmarket Harmon Kardon sound system.

Gemballa Enzo MIG-U1 revealed

Tue, 22 Dec 2009 00:00:00 -0800

The Gemballa Enzo MIG-UI Update 12/1/2010: Gemballa have now sent us more details of the Gemballa MIG-U1 and a set of photos. Revealed is probably too strong a word, as it would appear that Gemballa are not overly keen to let anyone have any information on their Gemballa MIG-U1, a customised Ferrari Enzo created for the Gemballa Middle East Distributors the Illyas and Mustafa Galadari Group. Gemballa has taken Mustafa’s own Enzo and ‘Gemballa-ed’ it.

Exclusive: Joel Piaskowski to head Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design NA

Thu, 08 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800

Thanks to our contacts within the automotive design community, Car Design News can confirm that Joel Piaskowski, who resigned from his position as Chief Designer at Hyundai's North American design studios on December 19, 2008, will be taking over the position previously held by Gorden Wagener at Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design. He starts his new job on Monday, January 12. Mercedes-Benz has made a few changes to its design team since taking over the Carlsbad facility from Chrysler last year, notably the retirement of Prof.