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Chris-craft, Century, Hackercraft Gar Wood Old Wood Boat Fender Cleats Speedboat on 2040-parts.com

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McHenry, Illinois, United States

McHenry, Illinois, United States
Condition:For parts or not working

 Old used fender cleats. Lot of 5. Need restored or for decoration. 1 1/2"X 7/8" 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

BMW M4 gets noisy (2013): listen to the new M4’s turbo straight-six here

Tue, 13 Aug 2013

  With the unveiling of the new BMW M4 imminent, BMW’s excitement has got the better of it with the M Division releasing a video showing featuring the new M4’s engine note. The video might be called ‘BMW M is preparing something new’, but the engine isn’t really a fresh design. It’s actually a tweaked, twin-turbo version of the 435i’s 3.0-litre straight-six, making this the first M Division 3-series derivative to use forced induction.

Nissan 370Z Nismo vs Wingsuit – Nissan try to be Top Gear

Tue, 01 Oct 2013

Nissan 370Z Nismo Vs Wingsuit That was five years ago, so Nissan obviously feel enough time has passed to plagiarise Top Gear’s stunt without too much criticism, so they’ve decided to pit a man in a wingsuit – who isn’t Red Devils – against a man in a car that isn’t a Porsche. So we have Peter Pyzera - Germany’s 2012 Nissan GT Academy Champion – in a 370Z Nismo blatting his way down Switzerland’s Susten Pas as it falls 4,501 feet and BASE jumper Dave Barlia in a wingsuit doing the same. Peter Pyzera said after the stunt: That was absolutely amazing, I could see Dave up above me and I just had to concentrate and get in the zone to beat him down.

NADA asks U.S. to suspend clunkers program

Thu, 20 Aug 2009

National Automobile Dealers Association officials asked the government to suspend the cash-for-clunkers program because a survey by the group found that the $3 billion fund has been exhausted, NADA Chairman John McEleney said. "We asked them to put a halt to the program--I think we said 'very soon'--but a suspension at midnight tonight would make sense," McEleney said in an interview Wednesday. "Our survey opened the eyes of the Transportation Department." A suspension would allow dealers to submit all pending claims and permit the government to process them so that a precise determination could be made of how much money, if any, is left in the program, he said.