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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Condition:Used

Soft Com 2 Place Intercom w/ Push-2-Talk

            ATC-2 Intercom with Push-2-Talk.  Custom dual battery switch so you can turn on and off both batteries independently to preserve battery life.  Only one battery needed at a time to make the unit work.

CarFest North & CarFest South 2013: Dates & Venues

Thu, 17 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Chris Evans’ CarFest North and CarFest South are back on again in 2013 with much motoring madness and a great day out for all the family. So much success in 2012 meant CarFest for 2013 was a given, and now we know that both outings are back once again this year with even more on offer than in 2012, and running over 3 days instead of two. Just like last year, CarFest South will take place at Laverstoke Park Farm -┬áJody Scheckter’s home – with an even bigger hillclimb and three evenings of live music, masses of food choices and, of course, cars galore.

Mercedes-Benz to use Maybach name for range-topping S-class

Wed, 15 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Mercedes-Benz will be bringing back the Maybach name for the extra-long-wheelbase S-class, which is expected to go on sale by the end of this year. This version of the S-class will be a third bodystyle (out of an eventual total of four), and will be positioned above the V12-powered S600 and its AMG siblings. The Maybach-branded Mercedes-Benz personal limousine will essentially be a replacement for the Maybach 62, and will feature an entirely reworked rear section with new rectangular rear doors and a new rear passenger compartment with first-class seating.

Plea for 'no drink if driving' this summer

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

AN APPEAL has been made to drivers in the UK not to touch a drop of alcohol if they are going to drive. The call comes as data from the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) shows that one in fifteen drivers breath-tested were over the legal limit. Road safety charity Brake has made the plea after figures released by ACPO shows that its national anti-drink-drive campaign in June carried out 63,688 breath tests and 4108 proved positive for excess alcohol or refused a breath test.