Chris-craft, Century, Hackercraft Gar Wood Old Wood Boat Fender Cleats Speedboat on 2040-parts.com
McHenry, Illinois, United States
Condition:For parts or not working
Old used fender cleats. Lot of 6. Need restored or for decoration. 2"X 1" base.
Sales to US only. $7.00 shipping. If you win more than one set wait and I will send a combined invoice. As many as will fit in a small flat rate box for $7. Ask questions first as all sales are final.
Pickup or inspection in McHenry, IL 60050 always welcome.
Call 815 344-9663 to arrange
Memorabilia for Sale
Fri, 27 Feb 2009 00:00:00 -0800
By Glen Waddington
First Official Pictures
27 February 2009 12:00
As you may recall, there was a bit of a four-wheel drive thing going on in the 1980s. It was single-handedly started by Audi and copied by Porsche (959), Ford (Sierra XR4x4), VW (Rally Golf), even Citroën (BX GTi 4x4), all in the name of high-speed handling. Without them, and the rallying success story they ultimately spawned, there’d be no Subaru Impreza Turbo or Mitsubishi Lancer Evo today.
Thu, 07 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Jaguar recently gave a trio of clay modelers the task of deconstructing the original model of their carefully and lovingly sculpted XF sedan by handing them axes and sledgehammers in front of a camera crew. The modelers – dressed in black t-shirts and jeans – are shown taking apart the model piece by piece, perhaps taking out their frustration with designers who feel the need to get a little too hands-on with their artisan handiwork. Perhaps some other car manufacturers could using this as inspiration to destroy some of their cars, maybe – naming no names – before reaching production.
Mon, 06 Oct 2008 00:00:00 -0700
By Guy Bird
06 October 2008 09:13
The heavily revised Mitsubishi Colt was the biggest real-world news for the Japanese brand at Paris. It now gets the large signature jet fighter grille from its bigger Lancer brother, alongside a whole new front end, interior changes and a Ralliart version.
It’s not just a nose job, honest. The rear of the car gets smaller lights rather than the previous full-length ones, partly for ease of crash repair, and interior ergonomics have been improved – the rear seats now fold flat for instance.