Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Cessna L-19 And/or 170b Elevator Trim Tab on 2040-parts.com

US $100.00
Location:

Williamson, Georgia, United States

Williamson, Georgia, United States

Cessna L-19 (possibly 170B) is used and has some slight hail damage. Part is in otherwise good condition. Please see pictures for measurements.

Please visit our eBay store, BSW for more unique aircraft items.

ATTN: If there are shipping costs you will be required to pay the actual shipping cost of the part(s) as the eBay calculator is not correct. For large items there will be a crating and packaging fee. Please contact me with your address and zip code for the charges. 

SEAT Ibiza ECOMOTIVE does 100mpg

Mon, 04 May 2009

Gerhard Plattner achieved almost 100mpg in a SEAT Ibiza ECOMOTIVE But when press release came in from SEAT this afternoon telling us that a SEAT Ibiza ECOMOTIVE has just achieved a run, on real roads from Barcelona to Germany, of 1,562km and used just 45.53 litres of fuel, we had to get our calculators out (we’re so old now we can only see the reality of the achievement in mpg!). By our reckoning the Ibiza managed just a shade under 100mpg. Astonishing.

Subaru Cross Sport Design and Viziv Evolution concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show 2013

Fri, 22 Nov 2013

Subaru showed two other concepts alongside the Levorg at the Tokyo Motor Show – both of which are interesting, neither of which came with very much information. The Subaru Viziv Evolution proposes a three-motor hybrid all-wheel drive system, similar to that under development by Honda, while the Subaru Cross Sport Design concept appears to be nothing less than a shooting brake estate version of the BRZ. Who says Audi is king of the hot estates?Please click the picture above to read more about the Subaru Cross Sport Design and Viziv Evolution concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show 2013

'Get tough on killer drivers' call

Fri, 21 Mar 2014

DRIVERS who cause death on the roads should be jailed for at least five years, according to the majority of motorists. Eighty-two per cent reckon sentences should be higher for those drivers who kill, a survey by road safety charity Brake and insurance company Direct Line found. Brake said the latest Government figures showed 62% of those convicted of killing someone through risky driving were jailed and only 9% got sentences of five years or more.