Dock Line Double Braided Nylon Rope 3/8" X 15' Teal Seachoice 39771 on 2040-parts.com
Merritt Island, Florida, United States
Type:Dock Line Double Braided
Manufacturer Part Number:39771
BRAND NEW DOUBLE BRAIDED NYLON DOCK LINE.
Professionally spliced eye on one end.
3/8" X 15 FEET
SEACHOICE #39771Note: Line may be shipped with out the retail plastic packaging to keep prices low.
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Tue, 19 Aug 2014
A MAN who drove his girlfriend's car on to the former Formula 1 circuit at Brands Hatch during a race has been charged with causing a public nuisance. Jack Cottle, 21, was arrested on suspicion of false imprisonment in June after footage appeared on YouTube of a white Volkswagen Polo being driven into the middle of a Fun Cup race at the Kent circuit, police said. Cottle, of Durgates, Wadhurst, East Sussex, was charged when he answered bail at a Kent police station last night.
Wed, 04 Nov 2009
Galleria Ferrari opened the ‘Non solo Rosse' exhibition in Maranello last weekend, devoted to the fascinating subject of color in Ferrari's history and output. The show, which will remain open until April 30th 2010, tells the story of the evolution of the colors that have become signatures of both the Prancing Horse's road and competition models, using some very special cars, the works of painter Enzo Naso and in-depth information.
The very first Ferrari built in 1947, the 125 S, and the F2008 begin visitors' journey into the world of Ferrari Red. Their route takes them from the very first Rosso Granata of the 1950s, the official color of all Italian racing cars since the early 20th century, to the newest metallic variation sported by the F2007, via the various other shades of red - Rosso Cherry, Cina, Cordoba, Dino and Rubino - that have made Ferrari a international icon.
Thu, 19 Jun 2008
By Tim Pollard
First Official Pictures
19 June 2008 07:53
Vauxhall's new Insignia will be the first of a wave of cars to have a forward-facing camera that can read road signs. The optional kit will detect speed limit and no overtaking signs – and flash up a reminder to the driver on the dashboard.GM calls the tech, which will be launched in early 2009, Traffic Sign Recognition and it uses a small, wide-angled camera system supplied by Hella. It sits at the top of the windscreen near the rain sensors and rear-view mirror, scanning the road ahead taking 30 photos per second.It's 1984 all over again...With a range of 100 metres, the camera focuses on circular patterns and then interprets the numbers inside by contour comparison; if a match is found on the software's database, that road sign will be flashed up in the driver's binnacle.The front-facing camera is also used as a lane departure warning system, alerting the driver if they unintentionally swerve out of their lane on a motorway.Cars with cameras: a growing trendMore and more manufacturers are fitting cameras to their cars nowadays and you can expect a flood of systems like the Insignia's to be launched in 2009, including the new BMW 5-series.CAR tried out these new systems on Bosch prototypes in 2007.