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Engine Master Rebuild Kit-rebuilder Master Rebuild Kit Mr Gasket 7103mrg on 2040-parts.com

US $126.25
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West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Country of Origin (Primary):US SKU:MRG:7103MRG Harmonized Tariff Code (Schedule B):8409915085 Brand:Mr Gasket MSDS Required Flag:N Manufacturer Part Number:7103MRG National Popularity Code:A National Popularity Description:Top 60% of Product Group Sales Value UPC:00084041071038 Emission Code:1 Fitment Footnotes:Incl All Gaskets Necessary For Eng Overhaul; NAFTA Preference Criterion Code:B Quantity Needed:1; Life Cycle Status Code:2

Mazda wins 2008 LA Design Challenge

Tue, 25 Nov 2008

The Mazda Kaan concept has won the fifth annual LA Design Challenge competition, part of the Design Los Angeles automobile designer's conference. The award was presented during the second press day of the 2008 Los Angeles Auto Show, following a designers' luncheon and keynote speech by Daniel Simon, visionary futurist and author of Cosmic Motors. As we reported last month, nine local Southern California design studios entered the competition to envisage how motor sport vehicles might be in the year 2025, answering the theme ‘Motorsports 2025'.

New York auto show 2012 review by Ben Oliver

Thu, 05 Apr 2012

New York is not a city in love with the automobile. The titans of Wall Street may have the money to buy Ferraris and Lamborghinis but you rarely see them on the street: if the city's appalling roads didn't break them, its appalling driving would. But maybe that's why New York's 112 year-old 'auto show' is still so popular.

Rain doesn't dampen spirits at Orphan Car Show

Wed, 28 Sep 2011

With rain falling as the show cars arrived, organizers worried that moving the 15th-annual Ypsilanti Orphan Car Show from its original June weekend to late September wasn't going to work out after all. It was rescheduled last year after heavy rain in June and participants voted to make the change permanent. Fortunately, the rain blew over before the gates opened to spectators and Sunday turned out to be as nice a day as Saturday, when more than 30 entrants enjoyed a tour to view the extensive Nash collection that Ken and Mary Ann Havekost have accumulated in Monroe, Mich.