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Engine Oil Pan Gasket Set Fits 1969-1991 Bmw 535i,735i 633csi,733i 735i on

US $23.39

Avon, Massachusetts, United States

Avon, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Other Part Number:215 06005 674, OS30313, 215 06005, OS 20051 C SKU:143:034-0638 Interchange Part Number:11 13 1 315 085, 30748, 71-22601-20, 414-188 Brand:Beck/Arnley NPS:C Manufacturer Part Number:034-0638 Product Description - Invoice - 40:OIL PAN GASKET SET Engineering Name:OIL PAN GASKET SET Quantity Needed:1; Product Description - Short - 20:OIL PAN GASKET SET UPC:Does not apply

Eterniti Artemis costs a whopping £252k

Mon, 23 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Eterniti Artemis - Hemera as was - costs £252k The Eterniti Artemis – formerly know as the Eterniti Hemera – has debuted at Beijing, goes on sale in the summer and costs £252k. In case you’re as confused as we were when we got the press releases, the Eterniti Artemis isn’t a new 911 Turbo based supercar from Eterniti but the new name for what was the Eterniti Hemera, the titivated Porsche Cayenne Turbo with a big price tag. Until the reveal of the production version of the Eterniti Artemis in Beijing today we didn’t know how much Eterniti would want for their pimped Cayenne, although we had speculated it would be the wrong side of £150k.

Ford recalls 144,000 F-150s for airbag fix

Wed, 23 Feb 2011 00:00:00 -0800

Ford is recalling 144,000 F-150 pickups from the 2005 and 2006 model years because of concerns that the airbags may deploy without warning, the automaker said on Tuesday. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration advised Ford to recall the F-150 after investigating 238 reports of accidental airbag deployment. Seventy-seven injuries have been reported, including chipped teeth, minor burns and cuts to the arms, hands and face.

2012 Porsche Boxster, 911 Turbo, 911 Targa, 911 Cabrio & new Cayman caught on video

Sun, 09 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Porsche's next generation cars caught on video There are umpteen people round the world who make a living from camping out in inhospitable terrain in the hope of snapping a new car before the car maker wants the world to know. And they make a decent living from flogging those snaps to car media round the world. So those poor guys must be spitting feathers when they see what one sleepy resident of San Franciscan found lining up on his street when he was awoken by the sound of a Porsche 911 or three outside his bedroom window.