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Antique Packard Car Ignition Starting Lighting Cable Tr. No. 344 7mm on 2040-parts.com

US $12.50
Location:

Hellertown, Pennsylvania, United States

Hellertown, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:For parts or not working

Not sure how many feet is left on spool.  Please email with any questions.

2013 Ford Mondeo launches in China. UK & Europe still waiting.

Thu, 04 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700

With the UK and Europe having to wait until 2014 to get the new Ford Mondeo, Ford has managed to launch the new Mondeo in China this week. Of course, as we reported last year, it’s entirely possible that with Mondeo sales now just half of what they were in 2008 that Ford may even move Mondeo production to Mexico to build it alongside the Ford Fusion, the US version of the Mondeo which has been on sale since summer 2012. But Ford are adamant the move to Spain for the Mondeo is happening and, once complete, will mean Ford finally rolling the new Mondeo off the production line by the end of 2013 for the UK and Europe.

Koenigsegg One:1 – first photo ahead of Geneva Motor Show debut

Fri, 07 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

The Koenigsegg One:1 (pictured) gets an enormous rear wing The Koenigsegg One:1 – Koenigsegg’s most powerful car ever – is heading for the Geneva Motor Show next month, ahead of which Keonigsegg has revealed the first photo of their new car (above). We reported just last week that the One:1 would make its debut at Geneva so, with a month to go before the Geneva Motor Show kicks off, Koenigsegg has decided it’s time to show some of what the One:1 is all about. Based on the Agera, the most dramatic difference between the two is the enormous rear wing on the back, so big it needs support from bars running in to the roof.

College Exhibition: IAAD - 'Italian Sportivity: The New Generation'

Fri, 19 Aug 2005 00:00:00 -0700

Demonstrating the development of new concepts for Alfa Romeo and Ducati, the Automobile Museum of Turin, Italy, has been hosting an exhibition entitled 'Italian Sportivity: The New Generation'. The work was produced by Transport Design students from Turin's Institute of Applied Arts and Design (IAAD). Working with designers from both companies, IAAD students were given a pair of options to chose from: two wheels or four; Ducati or Alfa Romeo.