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Bmw Acc Radar Cruise Control Distance Sensor Computer 663169870901 Oem on 2040-parts.com

US $999.00
Location:

Winamac, Indiana, United States

Winamac, Indiana, United States
Condition:Used Brand:BMW Surface Finish:2H5 Manufacturer Part Number:6631679870901 Placement on Vehicle:Front Other Part Number:110922035

Used part, in great working condition .

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One Lap of the Web: Scottsdale oddballs, a lost Morris and in-home car washes

Tue, 28 Jan 2014

A man in the UK purchased an old Morris Isis...then forgot about it in the back of his garage for 12 years. When he rediscovered the car and cleared all the trash off, he also learned it was one of the oldest of its kind in the world. While we have a few questions, not the least of which is "how does one forget a car parked in the garage," we're pleased to see that the owner has since restored the car and plans to strap a trailer on the back and take it to the beach later this summer.

Paris Motor Show 2012 – Trends and Overview

Wed, 31 Oct 2012

The 2012 Paris Mondial de l'Automobile will not be remembered as a classic. When the Big Book of the Paris Motor Show is published, 2012 may be consigned to no more than a side note as the show that marked what a dire situation the European car industry was once in. The most worrying aspect of the Paris show was the general lack of progression.

Saab: China’s Pang Da & Youngman to invest $7.5 billion. UPDATED

Mon, 31 Oct 2011

Saab: China to invest $7.5 billion Update: We have now been told by Saab that Pang Da and Youngman are to provide €50 million immediately and €600 million for short to medium finance. Funding for the revised business plan and provide long-term financial stability the new Chinese owners have also budgeted funding for the planned expansion of Saab Automobile’s portfolio and additional operations to be set up in China There will be a reduction of 500 in the employee numbers. Sales targets for 2012 of 35-55,000 cars and 2013 of 75-85,00 and long-term of 200,000 cars a year Interestingly, Saab says that ‘Saab Automobile has not received the funds from Pang Da and Youngman that have been committed for today.’ Oh, well. Although the deal which will see Saab sold to China’s Youngman and Pang Da is still subject to a raft of approvals – Swedish Debt Office, EIB, GM, Chinese Government… – it seems the Chinese have big plans to invest up to $7.5 billion in Saab in the coming years.