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Auto Trans Flexplate Atp Fits 77-96 Ford E-350 Econoline Club Wagon 4.9l-l6 on 2040-parts.com

US $57.24
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Front Royal, Virginia, United States

Front Royal, Virginia, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Length:14.7500 [in] SKU:ATP:Z134 Width:14.7500 [in] Brand:ATP (Automatic Transmission Parts Inc.) Weight:6.3600 [pg] Manufacturer Part Number:Z-134 Height:1.0000 [in] Outer Diameter:14.25 Fitment Footnotes:Teeth 164;Outer Dia 14.23""; LineCode:ATP4 Quantity Needed:1; Teeth:164 Interchange Part Number:598, FY39, 4161078, 409304, FA26, F207 Pitch Flywheels:12 UPC:Does not apply

Nissan TeRRA Concept FCEV (+ video)

Wed, 12 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Nissan has revealed the TeRRA Concept – a 4WD hydrogen fuel cell electric car – heading for a debut at the Paris Motor Show. With the Paris Motor Show getting ever closer, the reveals are starting to come thick and fast. The Nissan TeRRA Concept is a hydrogen-powered SUV using electric motors from the LEAF with a chunk of its powertrain under the bonnet driving the front wheels and an an electric motor on each rear wheel, all powered bt a hydrogen fuel cell under the boot floor.

Return Of BRZ SE Reduces Entry-Level Price

Fri, 05 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

SUBARU has expanded its BRZ sports car range with the re-introduction of the entry level SE model. Priced at £22,495, the addition of the SE model comes after the original price reduction of £2,500 for the SE Lux variant in the summer. Customers now have the choice of four BRZ models: SE manual £22,495 SE auto £23,995 SE Lux manual £23,995 SE Lux auto £25,495 SE specification is said to be generous, with keyless entry and push-button start, dual-zone climate control, cruise control, sports seats, limited slip differential and front, side, curtain and knee airbags all standard fit.

Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4: The Commercial

Mon, 25 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 takes on the landscape There was a time in the dim and distant past (well, the 1980s) when advertising cars was easy – you just made them look as dramatic as possible and hoped viewers would think that buying the car being advertised would imbue them with endless cool. But then the world was made to feel guilt by a new religion which was even better than the Catholic Church at making its followers feel bad for anything in life that feels good – the ‘Global Warming’ believers. These descendants of the ‘Hole in the Ozone Layer’ brigade and the ‘New Ice Age’ predictors’ have managed to frighten a big chunk of the West’s population in to believing they are somehow to blame for our climate change, and in doing so have terrified car makers in to making anything other than fluffy-bunny adverts.