Bell 47 G3b1,lamb Electric,romec Rg9080h1 Fuel Pump on 2040-parts.com
Wellston, Oklahoma, United States
You are bidding on a Lamb electric fuel pump assembly for a bell 47 G3B1 helicopter and many others. It has a romec RG9080H1 pump. S/N 84578. It is serial# 17464 It is in as removed condition. It does power up and run. serviceability, if any, is to be determined by buyer. International bidders please contact me for a shipping quote.
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Tue, 18 Jun 2013
SAIC European Design Centre
Brands MG and Roewe
Established 2010 (in current guise)
Location Longbridge, UK
Studio leader Martin Uhlarik
SAIC's presence in Europe is limited at best through its MG brand, but if its sales are almost exclusively concentrated in its home Chinese market currently, MG's design roots are firmly planted in its spiritual British soil. All current Morris Garages cars – the MG6, 3 and 5 (in chronological order) as well as the CS concept shown at the Shanghai motor show in April – are products of SAIC's European Design Centre in Longbridge, near Birmingham in the English midlands, albeit finalized in Shanghai. The studio was opened in 2010 after a £5million investment in SAIC's UK Technical Centre but such are the ambitions of the company that it has already received a further £1.5million investment to almost double its size.
Mon, 12 Jan 2009
By Ben Pulman
12 January 2009 13:48
To rub salt into the wounds of the beleaguered Big Three, Korean manufacturer Kia unveiled its own version of the iconic American pick-up truck at the Detroit auto show. But rather than a ultilitarian flat-bed, the Soulster concept is something at the very other end of the scale, designed to drum up interest in the Soul (on which it's based) before the B-segment baby goes on sale later in 2009. The Soulster concept was penned at Kia’s LA design studio – where the original Soul concept was created – and while there are no current production plans, company insiders have said that the right reaction from American customers could see the Soulster become a reality.
Wed, 01 Sep 2010
Ford Motor Co.'s sale of Volvo to Geely in August leaves doubt about the Swedish company's product plans. For example, all of Volvo's current range except the 9-year-old XC90 crossover makes use of Ford vehicles and components. The XC90 is based on Volvo's P2 platform and was developed before Ford ownership.