Dock Line Double Braided Nylon 3/8" X 20' Black Rope Shoreline Sl75829 on 2040-parts.com
Merritt Island, Florida, United States
Type:Double Braid Dock Line
Manufacturer Part Number:SL75829
BRAND NEW SHORELINE DOUBLE BRAIDED NYLON DOCK LINE.
Professionally spliced eye on one end.
3/8" X 20 FEET
BLACKNote: Line may be shipped with out the retail plastic packaging to keep prices low.
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Mon, 02 Jun 2014
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The Mercedes SLS AMG - the UK Promo Video below
Now that things are finally starting to Rock ‘n’ Roll for the new Mercedes SLS AMG – Mercedes actually started building it in January – we’re getting some UK-specific stuff, which makes a change from Auto Bild telling the world the SLS AMG is the best looking car in existence. Mind you, it’s not bad looking. The video we have here – which is the first UK SLS AMG push we’ve seen – is nicely lit and edited (even if there is some CGI in there) and it certainly does the SLS no harm on the looks front.
Thu, 01 Aug 2013
Lotus is bouncing back from the five-car plan debacle that saw its CEO Dany Bahar dismissed for professional misconduct, and an ambitious plot to launch a Porsche-slaying five-car range go up in smoke without so much a test mule spy shot. The Norfolk-based outfit has announced today the creation of 103 new jobs to meet rising demand not just for its cars, but the brand’s legendary car set-up skills too. It follows a £100m investment from parent DRB-HICOM earlier in 2013.