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Cessna 182 Muffler on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Lincoln Park, Michigan, United States

Lincoln Park, Michigan, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Brand:Cessna Compatible Model:Cessna 182 Warranty:No Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Rebuilt Cessna 182 Muffler.
Fully Functional When Pulled From Aircraft.

Electric Cars now VAT free in Iceland

Tue, 10 Apr 2012

Electric Cars in Iceland now VAT free (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});The Icelandic Government has decided to remove VAT on electric cars to bring EV costs in line with ICE prices. We don’t believe that Governments should be promoting EVs and Hybrids by giving tax breaks to buyers. In a country like the UK – and most other countries – promoting EV cars at the taxpayers expense is a nonsense.

Bentley Blowers take on the 2013 Mille Miglia

Wed, 15 May 2013

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Pensioner rescued from sinking car

Wed, 13 Aug 2014

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