Dock Line Double Braided Nylon 3/8" X 20' Gold & White Rope Shoreline Sl91401 on 2040-parts.com
Merritt Island, Florida, United States
Type:Double Braid Dock Line
Manufacturer Part Number:SL91401
BRAND NEW SHORELINE DOUBLE BRAIDED NYLON DOCK LINE.
Professionally spliced eye on one end.
3/8" X 20 FEET
GOLD & WHITENote: Line may be shipped with out the retail plastic packaging to keep prices low.
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Anchoring, Docking for Sale
Fri, 28 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700
The public debut of the slightly racy looking Hyundai i30 3-Door at the Paris 2012 shows it to be a convincing looking car. Sleeker and more sporty looking than its five door sibling, the 3-door i30 (we’ve said it before, it should be i30 Coupe) offers all the well-built, well thought out and decent looks of the 5-door version, but with a bit more panache. What it’s crying out for, though, is something a bit more interesting under the bonnet and the option of some nice alloys and a few subtle body modifications; perhaps a small spoiler at the back, some subtly bigger sills, more butch bumpers and a small ride height drop?
Wed, 18 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0700
The first official photos of the 2011 Mercedes CLS leak out
The Paris Motor Show beckons, and we are thankfully going to have far more going on in the world of cars than we have for the last month or so. And today’s leak of the 2011 Mercedes CLS in all its production ready glory – well, it’s Photoshop enhanced production ready glory, anyway – is doubtless the first of the Paris leaks to come over the next month or so. Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen the replacement for the Mercedes CLS.
Tue, 29 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Lotus Group chief executive officer Dany Bahar has been suspended and is facing an investigation following an undisclosed conduct complaint. While there is no official word on the nature of the complaint against Bahar, the The Daily Telegraph reports that it might be related to expenses claimed by Bahar or a legal dispute surrounding renovations on one of two Norwich, England, rental homes paid for by Lotus. Bahar's suspension has heightened the uncertainty surrounding the future of the Lotus Group.