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87-91 Ford Mustang Factory Stereo Radio Amplifier Behind Console W/ Bracket Amp on 2040-parts.com

US $20.00
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Allen Park, Michigan, United States

Allen Park, Michigan, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Ford OEM Model:FORD OEM

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Try a prestige car from Europcar before you buy. Or you could just go to a dealer.

Tue, 24 Sep 2013

You can hire a BMW 5-Series (pictured) from Europcar before you buy It’s always good to have a promotion to get punters through the door, but the latest PR promo from Hertz does seem to have a very visible flaw in its logic. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});According to Europcar – the leading car hire company in Europe, don’t you know – the best route for trying out a new prestige car before you buy is to give them a call and book a day or three in the cars of your choice. Europcar say you can have anything from a 4×4 to a luxury saloon and performance cars, with the suggestion you can pit a Mercedes SLK against an Audi TTS or check out the differences between a new E-Class or new 5-Series.

Porsche Cayenne based Eterniti Artemis production debut

Fri, 09 Nov 2012

The Eterniti Artemis – a titivated Porsche Cayenne – is shown in almost production-ready guise before a debut in Asia in 2013. But despite plenty of negatives about the Eterniti Artemis – not least of which are how it looks and how much it costs – Eterniti seem sure they have a market – certainly in Asia – and they’re now showing us what is pretty much the production-ready version of the Artemis (above). Power comes from the same V8 Turbo the Cayenne Turbo gets, but Eterniti have tweaked it to deliver 600bhp and 750Nm of torque, despite which it’s no quicker than the £107k Porsche Cayenne Turbo S.

Why is Jaguar stalking the world’s supercars?

Sun, 06 Mar 2011

Jaguar are stalking the world's hypercars (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); It’s all too common for car makers to buy product from their competitors. Either to benchmark an existing or future car. To find out just how it’s been put together.