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Dodge Ram Hood Ornament Emblem on 2040-parts.com

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Mustang, Oklahoma, United States

Mustang, Oklahoma, United States
Condition:Used Warranty:No

DODGE RAM HOOD ORNAMENT EMBLEM. GOOD CONDITION GOOD COLOR====NOTE*******PICTURE DESCRIBED ITEMS*******LOOK AT PICTURE.NOTE ===YOU GET ALL EMBLEMS IN PICTURE.SEE PICTURE IF YOUR OLD ONE LOOK LIKE IT. EMBLEMS ARE USED NOT NEW. MY SHADOW ARE ON SOME OF EMBLEMS. WILL COMBINED SHIPPING ON ITEMS.=====NOTE===ALL ITEMS MUST BE PAID FOR FIVE DAYS AFTER SALE OR I WILL RE-LIST THEM.NOTE====****************************************************** IF YOU ARE NOT GOING TO PAY FOR ITEMS DO NOT BID.

SPD Workshop with Chris Bangle

Thu, 10 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Famed designer Chris Bangle will be hosting a four-day workshop at the Scuola Politecnica di Design (SPD) in Milan, Italy this summer, following on from last year's successful workshop series. The university has announced that it will be holding the workshops from 9 July to 15 July, revolving around a theme entitled: 'An Endeavor in Discontinuity: Exterior Car Design of the Future'. The workshop is billed as a unique design experience, which will allow participants from all over the world to work in close contact with one of the most innovative designers of the current scene.

Can't afford a supercar? Rent one

Fri, 25 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

ALONGSIDE more mainstream offerings such as Fiestas and Astras, rental company Hertz is now offering a taste of the high life across Europe by adding a selection of high performance and luxury cars to its fleet. Arguably the most eye-catching additions are the McLaren 12C and the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, two cars costing in excess of £175,000 to purchase new and both capable of over 205mph. Other additions to the fleet include the Porsche Cayman sports coupe and the Cayenne SUV, plus luxury cars such as BMW X6 and Range Rover Sport.

'First Aid' penalty notice scrapped

Fri, 25 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

A MOTORIST who received a penalty ticket when a camera car spotted her in a loading bay in Bristol after pulling over to administer first aid to an injured cyclist has had it cancelled. Janet Young had gone to help the cyclist in Church Road, St George, after he clipped a pavement and came off his bike. Mrs Young, a receptionist from Bristol, said despite the ticket she would do the same thing again.