Cnc Engine Oil Fuel Filler Billet Cap Tank Cover Aluminum Red Transformer Emblem on 2040-parts.com
La Puente, California, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Front
Manufacturer Part Number:Fit For Toyota Screw-on Type Oil Cap
UPC:Does not apply
Condition: 100% brand new in box,never been used or installed.
Compatible: Most of Toyota Engine With Screw-Type Oil Caps
Material: Billet Aluminum,CNC Machined.
1 x Oil Cap
1 x Transfrormer Emblem
Easy to install,installation instructions not included.
Oil Filler Caps for Sale
Thu, 02 Sep 2010 00:00:00 -0700
RM Auctions may be best associated with high-end sales that feature fewer than 200 vehicles, but don't let its reputation fool you. Since being established in July, Auctions America by RM Auctions has secured more than 1,000 vehicles for its inaugural Auburn Fall Collector Car Auction, Sept. 2-5.
Fri, 28 Aug 2009 00:00:00 -0700
By Ben Pulman
First Official Pictures
28 August 2009 12:49
BMW has launched a teaser video for the Vision EfficientDynamics sports car concept that it will unveil at the 2009 Frankfurt motor show – and we've today published a new (sadly teaser again) photo of the green coupé from our friends over at IAAblog.com
Not a lot until the final few sequences when we get to see the rear of this eco-friendly concept car. It shows the back of the sports car with F1-inspired winglets and other body addendum, plus external rear lights. BMW announced the car at the same time it confirmed its withdrawal from F1, claiming the concept would ‘demonstrate how efficient a sports car can be’ and that it ‘will also prove that sustainability does not apply to the drive train alone, but to design and materials as well.’
There’s been no hint from Munich on the powertrain, but in line with the other cars BMW will reveal (the X6 and 7-series ActiveHybrids) the Vision EfficientDynamics concept will almost certainly feature hybrid drive.
Wed, 02 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700
TOYOTA has been talking garbage, with ambitious plans to turn waste gases from a landfill site into electricity for building low-emissions cars. The firm’s factory in the American town of Georgetown, Kentucky, will use the new method of harvesting power to both lower its own fuel bills and reduce the amount of harmful gases escaping into the atmosphere. With the system expected to be up and running within 12 months, Toyota has revealed how it is expected to work.