Draw Tite Activator (r) Iv Electronic Brake Control Dra5504 on 2040-parts.com
Hyannis, Massachusetts, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:DRA5504
Draw Tite Activator (R) IV Electronic Brake Control DRA5504
Part Number: DRA5504
- Activator(R) IV Electronic Brake Control
- For 1 To 4 Axle Trailers
- Time Actuated
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Those clever chaps over at Car Magazine have managed to get their hands on what they claim to be the first official images of the Aston Martin Rapide, the Aston Martin answer to the forthcoming Porsche Panamera. Not that you’d ever guess where they came from, with all those ‘Car Magazine’ watermarks plastered across the picture! The Aston Martin Rapide has been ‘Coming’ for what seems like forever.
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The McLaren P1 XP2R (pictured) caught at the Nurburgring
The McLaren P1 is pretty much out in the open, and has even had it’s dynamic debut – in the hands of Jenson Button – at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. So why is there a McLaren P1 blatting round the Nurburgring wearing a small badge that says ‘XP2R’? Is this a ‘special’ P1; perhaps the first hint that McLaren are going to produce an even more extreme P1?
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