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
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Anchoring, Docking for Sale
Tue, 12 Jan 2010
Motown may not have rediscovered its mojo but at least the car makers formerly known as the Big Three have regained a little bit of their old swagger since the misery of last year’s Detroit show. After all, it’s not every year that two out of three national car makers go bankrupt. The survivor, Ford, unsurprisingly looked the most confident at this year’s show, never mind that its star car was about as hometown as Bauhaus and bratwurst.
Fri, 11 May 2012
A garage fire last week in suburban Houston has been linked to a Fisker Karma plug-in hybrid, but the company quickly noted that the battery remained intact and unplugged -- and did not appear to be the cause. But if not the battery, then what? More likely, poor packaging in the engine compartment and exhaust routing generated excess heat.
Wed, 27 Jun 2007
Undergraduate students from Coventry University's Transportation Design program had their initial show in the end of May this year, but the range of projects was so vast that a selection of work from the annual degree show was then chosen and displayed in Coventry Transport Museum on June 15. Car Design News was there to see what had been selected. Inspired by the Alfa BT4B with which Niki Lauda won the Swedish Formula One Grand Prix in 1978, Stephan Everwin created a modern interpretation of the 'Fan Car'. Its rakish lines all culminate in a smooth aerodynamic shape that incorporates a huge fan between the rear wheels creating a massive vacuum under the car providing downforce at high speed.