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Carburetor Kit Fits 1977-1979 Jeep Cherokee,cj5,cj7,j10 Cherokee,j10 Standard M on 2040-parts.com

US $49.62
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Union, New Jersey, United States

Union, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Quantity Needed:1; SKU:295:926 Interchange Part Number:5180F, 926, 2G1259, 96-348, CK536 Brand:Standard Product Description - Short - 20:Carburetor Kit Manufacturer Part Number:926 Engineering Name:Carburetor Repair Kit AAIA Part Type Description:5964 UPC:091769075613

Mercedes S-Class Convertible confirmed

Sun, 29 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The Mercedes S-Class Convertible will be based on the S-Class Coupe (pictured) The new Mercedes S-Class has already arrived, and we’ve also got the new S-Class Coupe (in concept form, at least) with the next variant of the new S-Class now looking likely to be the Mercedes S-Class Convertible. We’ve known since 2011 that Mercedes were planning to chop the top off the S-Class for the first time since the W111 S-Class in the 1960s, but this is the first time anyone from Mercedes has officially confirmed it. Thomas Weber, Mercedes’ product development boss, has told Automotive News that the S-Class Convertible is on the way and will be based on the new S-Class Coupe.

New VW Golf MK 7 goes on sale

Sat, 20 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700

The 2013 Volkswagen Golf – the Golf Mk 7 – is now on sale in the UK just weeks after its official debut at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Volkswagen has put the new Golf – the MK 7 version of the best-selling Golf – on sale in the UK already, with first customer cars due to arrive in January 2013 – although the range is still limited. On offer to order now in the UK is the Golf S, Golf SE and Golf GT, but if you want the new Golf GTI – or a BlueMotion of 4Motion Golf  Mk 7 – you’re going to have to wait until well in to 2013 to be able to place your order.

UK Car Scrappage scheme gets green light?

Tue, 14 Apr 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Mandy said NO to scrappage, but it looks like Alistair Darling will introduce a scheme in the next budget [ad#ad-1] After much to-ing and fro-ing, it has been claimed by most of the UK national press over the weekend that a UK version of the Car Scrappage Scheme will be introduced in the budget by Alistair Darling. The scheme aims to offer new car buyers a guaranteed trade-in against a new, cleaner car of £2,000. But it is being suggested that the Government will insist that car manufacturers chip in half this money, with the tax payer paying the other half.