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Blue Point- Intelligent Battery Charger 6/12v, 10/6/2a on

US $40.00

Stewartville, Minnesota, US

Stewartville, Minnesota, US
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Blue point Intelligent battery charger.
Just like new! Been used once or twice. Works perfectly,  6/12V 10/6/2A. Model #EEBC61210M..Charges all battery types.Over 150.00 dollars from snap on site.

Aston Martin Sale: Mahindra & Investindustrial front runners

Sun, 25 Nov 2012

It seems the battle to take a stake in Aston Martin has come down to a battle between Mahindra & Mahindra and Investindustrial. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});After reporting more than a year ago that Aston Martin urgently needed a new owner, or major investor, if it is to survive, it became clear earlier this month that Aston Martin was ready to acknowledge that need as the Kuwait Investment Dar starting seeking a buyer for the majority of its majority stake in AML. So far we’ve had Mahindra and Mahindra, Tata (owners of Jaguar Land Rover), Toyota and unnamed Chinese investors in the frame, but it seems the race to take a big chunk of Aston Martin Lagonda has come down to just two – Mahindra and Investindustrial.

Opel/Vauxhall Adam

Wed, 11 Jul 2012

The Opel/Vauxhall Adam is GM Europe's entry into the premium sub-compact hatchback segment. Following the success of the Citroen DS3, Mini, Audi A1, Fiat 500 et al. it aims to offer an extensively customizable A-segment car with the appeal (and subsequent profitability) of a premium product.

Documentary looks at history of Batmobiles

Tue, 17 Jul 2012

Not many cars are as recognizable as the Batmobile, even with its multiple iterations—from the George Barris concept to the Tumbler of the Christopher Nolan trilogy. An upcoming Warner Bros. documentary features interviews with directors of the unforgettable movies by Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan, and the wish-you-could-forget films of Joel Schumacher, all exploring the Batmobile.