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Banshee Rear Hubs Hub Brake Rotor Rotors on 2040-parts.com

US $65.00
Location:

Casa Grande, Arizona, United States

Casa Grande, Arizona, United States
Condition:Used

Came off a 2004 . comes with brake rotors
All parts are in useable condition . sold as is . shipping provider may change depending on destination and feel free to ask any questions

Nissan 370Z Yellow – UK Limited Edition 370Z

Thu, 02 Jul 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The Limited Edition Nissan 370Z Yellow has been launched in the UK It must have taken a think-tank months to come up with the name. You can imagine the brief: We’ve got this tarted up 370Z with loud graphics and an even louder paint job we want to punt to UK 370Z buyers who’ve got the arse because we haven’t brought the Nismo to the UK. You need to come up with a name that encapsulates everything the car stands for.

New Honda CR-V: First new CR-V photos appear on Honda’s Japan site

Sun, 30 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Firts photo of the 2012 Honda CR-V We first got a proper look at the new Honda CR-V (the 2012 model) in concept form back in  July, and at the time Honda told us that they were planning a US release by the end of 2011, but no European release until Autumn of 2012. So the seemingly unheralded reveal of the new CR-V on Honda’s website in Japan is a bit of a surprise. The photo has suddenly appeared in a gallery of teaser photos of the new CR-V on Honda’s website and as far as we can see Honda has done nothing to trail it.

Mercedes A 45 AMG goes off-road in the Desert (video)

Mon, 27 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

The Mercedes A 45 AMG struts its stuff in the desert The Mercedes A 45 AMG is now starting to appear in small numbers on UK roads after buyers have been tempted to shell out nearly £40k for the quickest Mercedes A-Class there’s ever been. But it seems Mercedes don’t want us to think of the A 45 AMG as just a very hot hatch for the roads, but as a little hot hatch with some proper off-road pretensions. So they’ve taken the A 45 AMG off to West Africa to show it at play on the dirt tracks and sand dunes, and we have to say that Mercedes 4MATIC four wheel drive does seem to make a decent fist of coping with what’s thrown at it.