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US $67.93

Warsaw, Kentucky, United States

Warsaw, Kentucky, United States
Condition:New Brand:Dorman - Autograde Package Contents:23 SKU/23 Pc Electrical Tech Tray Manufacturer Part Number:030-437 Product Length (inches):13.125 Country/Region of Manufacture:Taiwan Product Width (inches):2.3125 Package Quantity:23 Product Height (inches):9 UPC:019495149620

New Infiniti Q50 starts at £27,950 for the Q50 2.2d

Wed, 26 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Infiniti are pinning the new Q50′s sporting credibility on Sebastian Vettel (pictured) Infiniti are hanging their future sales on a name change that sounds like a James Bond reference – with all Infiniti models now getting the ‘Q’ prefix – and Sebastian Vettel’s input and endorsement of the brand – he’s Infiniti’s Director of Performance (well, there’s a price to pay for Infiniti’s Red Bull sponsorship). The first outing for Infiniti ‘Q’ in the UK is the new Infiniti Q50, which gets a four cylinder 2.2 litre turbo diesel as its entry-level, and it looks quite promising with 168bhp and 295lb/ft of torque and emissions of 115g/km, which should mean official economy around 65mpg. Standard features on the Q50 2.2d include Infiniti inTouch (so you can Tweet and Like on the go), Infiniti Drive Mode Selector, Stop-Start, rear view camera, Climate, 17″ alloys, Voice and Bluetooth.

‘Amis de la 2CV’ gathering later this month

Thu, 21 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

A record-breaking global gathering of Citroën 2CVs is set to take place from July 26-31 at the 19th International 'Amis de la 2CV', so we thought it was a good opportunity to showcase the now legendary model designed by Flaminio Bertoni. The biennial event is expected to attract over 6,000 examples of the iconic model, with participants from all over the world coming together to celebrate one of Citroën's biggest success stories. The 2011 event, involving many of Europe's 2CV owner's clubs, promises to be the biggest yet.

Wheel maker connects with exotic clientele via social media

Mon, 16 May 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Reaching potential buyers of custom wheels for exotic cars takes more than buying ads in magazines. Miami-based ADV.1 Wheels is building a business fueled by a social-media approach that includes car-forum interaction, photo shoots and short films on the Internet. The company launched a Facebook fan page in late March, has received more than 59,000 “likes” and aims for 100,000--at which point ADV.1 Wheels has promised to give away a set of the company’s Trakfunction wheels.