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Bronx, New York, United States
Auto Trans Oil Cooler Hose ACDelco GM Original Equipment 20793005, US $50.29, image 1
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Shape:Molded Assembly SKU:AC:20793005 Material:Rubber/Steel Brand:ACDelco GM Original Equipment Web Content Update Date:2016-07-21 Manufacturer Part Number:20793005 Interchange Part Number:20793005 Length:51.86 Color:Black/Silver Outside Diameter:15.90 Position:Outlet Inside Diameter:9.52 Quantity Needed:1; Original Equipment Replacement:Yes UPC:Does not apply

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Once there were Singers, and Jowetts and Rileys, then came the Mini--from the AutoWeek archives

Thu, 27 Aug 2009

Editor's note: As Mini celebrates its 50th birthday, it's the perfect time to revisit Kevin A. Wilson's insightful look at the fall of the British auto industry. This article was first published on March 8, 1993.

Alfa Romeo 159 Sportwagon TI is spotted in metro Detroit

Mon, 18 Jun 2012

It's tough to say what a metro Detroit sighting of this manufacturer-plated Alfa Romeo 159 TI Sportwagon portends for the Italian automaker's long-anticipated return to the American market--probably nothing. Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne's plan to bring Alfa Romeo back to the United States features the sporty, limited-edition 4C coupe, the subcompact MiTo and the midsize Giulia, but not the out-of-production 159. Still, a domestic sighting of a brand-new Alfa Romeo is a rare enough occurrence that we're happy to share these photos without further comment.

Is Chrysler still American? Yes, it is

Mon, 17 Mar 2014

Last week, we mentioned that the Secret Service was soliciting bids for a new presidential limousine. Among the criteria for a replacement for "The Beast" was the following: "This solicitation is restricted to Major Domestic U.S Automobile Manufacturers, who have their primary headquarters located in the United States of America." Well, with that came the suggestion that Chrysler -- now entirely underneath the banner of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles -- reports to somewhere far, far away from its nominal H.Q. in Auburn Hills, Mich.