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Cornwell Msm300k Large Truck Cooling System Pressure Testor Kit Snapon Matco Mac on 2040-parts.com

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Bethlehem, Georgia, United States

Bethlehem, Georgia, United States

 This set of Cornwell large truck cooling system pressure testers with air compressor fed pressure pump is everything you need to get started making the big bucks on big truck cooling systems. Winter is coming and we all know that is prime radiator leak time. It contains the most popular cooling system adapters for large truck service. If you need more detailed info I included the application list from the manual in the pictures for this auction. Thanks, and happy bidding.

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Rowan Atkinson’s McLaren F1 cost nearly £1 million to fix

Fri, 08 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Rowan Atkinson pranged his McLaren F1 in 2011 in Cambridgeshire and now, after a repair bill of £910,00, it’s back. We all know what a petrolhead Black Adder and Mr Bean actor Rowan Atkinson is, and most of the car world knows he owns a McLaren F1, and that he had a nasty accident in it in 2011. Rowan lost control of his F1 in damp and unpleasant conditions on the A605 near Peterborough and ended up going backwards in to a tree.

2009 BMW 335d, the AutoWeek Drivers Log

Thu, 27 Aug 2009 00:00:00 -0700

MANAGING EDITOR ROGER HART: Anyone who thinks Americans won't warm up to a diesel car should drive one of these. I mean, 425 lb-ft of torque has a way of turning people's heads in a different direction. You'd be hard-pressed to find a more fun, more engaging commuter car, all things considered.

New NHTSA guidelines recommend vehicle systems disable text entry, videos while driving

Tue, 23 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Federal regulators, moving to curb distracted driving, issued final voluntary safety guidelines today that would disable certain in-vehicle functions such as manual texting, Web browsing and video phoning while driving. Automakers should do more to keep drivers' eyes on the road and hands on the wheel, U.S. auto regulators said as they released the latest guidelines meant to cut down on crashes caused by the use of electronic devices in cars.