Chaparral Livewell Sliding Door Lid 33097-13-1619 Off White Marine Boat on 2040-parts.com
Franklin, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Manufacturer Part Number:33097-13-1619
UPC:Does not apply
I am selling a off white Chaparral Livewell sliding door lid, part number 33097-13-1619. It measures roughly 25" length x 10 1/4" width measured at the longest and widest points. The mounting holes measure roughly 7 3/4" (top), 24" (center) and 7 3/4" (bottom) apart center to center. It is new, out of package and is a little dirty and has some minor markings and residue on glass from storage. Hardware is not included. Comes as shown with only parts shown in pictures. For more information regarding this item please contact a dealer in your area. ( BM / 61D / 9052444 ) (4)
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Tue, 16 Jun 2009
Satoshi Wada, former Senior Designer at Audi AG and Nissan Design Japan, is set to open his own design studio. Called SWdesign TOKYO, his ambitious plan follows on from a growing line of design managers who have left successful OEMs to establish their own design practices. Wada, who resigned from Audi AG in Ingolstadt earlier this month, told CDN he is aiming "to create a new vision with my own independent design studio in Tokyo".
Thu, 27 Jun 2013
The new Mazda3 (pictured) arrives – and it looks good. The Mazda3 is already a better car than its sales would suggest, and the all new Mazda3 looks to be even more competition for the Ford Focus and VW Golf than ever before. Perhaps the only complaint about the Mazda3′s design is that it looks a bit too much like a shrunken Mazda6, but that’s a bit like moaning the DB9 looks like the Vanquish (well, the Mazda3′s not that good looking, but it makes the point).
Thu, 14 Oct 2010
BMW X4 Sketch
There’s been talk about producing a little brother for the BMW X6 since… well, since the BMW X6 turned from a ‘They’ll never build that’ to ‘The’y'll never sell that ‘ to ‘Blimey, that’s selling well’. And with the world seemingly obsessed by frugality, smaller versions of successful models are inevitable. We last brought news on the BMW X4 in April when our sources were telling us that BMW were close to signing off production of the X4.