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Cadillac Deville Trunk Wreath Crest Ornament Emblem on 2040-parts.com

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Mustang, Oklahoma, United States

Mustang, Oklahoma, United States
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CADILLAC DEVILLE TRUNK WREARH CREST EMBLEM.GOOD CONDITION GOOD COLOR====NOTE*******PICTURE DESCRIBED ITEMS*******LOOK AT PICTURE.NOTE ===YOU GET ALL EMBLEMS IN PICTURE.SEE PICTURE IF YOUR OLD ONE LOOK LIKE IT. EMBLEMS ARE USED NOT NEW. MY SHADOW ARE ON SOME OF EMBLEMS. WILL COMBINED SHIPPING ON ITEMS.=====NOTE===ALL ITEMS MUST BE PAID FOR FIVE DAYS AFTER SALE OR I WILL RE-LIST THEM.NOTE====********************************************************************************************************************** IF YOU ARE NOT GOING TO PAY FOR ITEMS DO NOT BID..

Range Rover Autobiography Black 40th Anniversary Limited Edition Launched.

Sun, 20 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700

The Range Rover Autobiography Black - 40th Anniversary Limited Edition Fortunately, Land Rover has decided that they won’t stick a badge on the back of this new Limited Edition Range Rover which says ‘Range Rover Autobiography Black 40th Anniversary Limited Edition’. Because even the not exactly small Range Rover isn’t big enough to carry a badge of that size off with any degree of aplomb. So the badges – dotted around inside and out – simply say ‘Autobiography Black’.

Who's Where: Jason Castriota opens own design consultancy

Tue, 23 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Former Bertone and Pininfarina designer, Jason Castriota, has opened his own design consultancy based in New York and Turin. CDN recently caught up with Castriota - who is currently in New York - and discovered he's already working on a series of projects, despite having not yet officially launched the company. Castriota told us that it had always been his "dream to have my own consultancy in New York", yet what's clearly pleasing him most is the volume of work he's already accrued, without officially launching the firm.

Hiromu Naruse: ‘Godfather’ of the LFA ‘Not Famous Enough’

Fri, 11 Feb 2011 00:00:00 -0800

Hiromu Naruse & Lexus LFA Last year we reported the death of Hiromu Naruse, Toyota’s chief test driver and a man considered to be the ‘Godfather’ of the Japanese performance car, and particularly the Lexus LFA, a car which consumed the last decade of his life and became the final testament to his enormous skill. At 67, Naruse-san was still as involved as ever, and it was whilst driving a Lexus LFA with the Nurburgring Package he met his end on a public road near the Nurburgring. A track, incidentally, he had driven more than any other Japanese driver.