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Ford 2004 Mustang Am Fm Cd Player Radio W Auxiliary Mp3 Ipod Input - Bolt Mount on

US $165.00

Richmond, Virginia, United States

Richmond, Virginia, United States
Professionally remanufactured in great condition in 100% working order with a 90 day warranty and free live techincal support! Free shipping to all 50 states!
Interchange Part Number:638-01992 Conditions and Options:Professionally Remanufactured w Aux Input Placement on Vehicle:Front Genuine OEM:YES Surface Finish:Black Country of Manufacture:Brazil Brand:Ford Motor Company Manufacturer Part Number:4L2T-18C815-EA

Jaguar C-X16 gets a name today (and it won’t be Jaguar XE)

Wed, 04 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700

The Jaguar C-X16 gets a production name today Jaguar will reveal the name for the C-X16 to day at the New York Auto Show  - and it won’t be XE - signalling the way forward for Jaguar nomenclature. Update: It’s the Jaguar F-Type! Last week Jaguar told us they had some exciting news to reveal at the New York Motor Show and, although we’d hope for a nice new Jaguar reveal, it looks like the news will be the production name for the Jaguar C-X16 and the news it will arrive in showrooms in 2013 first of all as a roadster.

GM continues work on fuel-saving engine technology

Wed, 20 May 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Sometime in the next decade, you might be able to enjoy some of the benefits of a diesel without driving one. A technology called HCCI improves fuel economy 15 percent and releases fewer emissions by using a combustion process similar to what is used in diesel powerplants. General Motors continues work on the project, which could be applied across a range of engine sizes and used with other advanced fuel-saving technologies to help the company comply with the proposed new mileage and emissions targets announced Tuesday by President Barack Obama.

CAR interviews Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa (2011)

Tue, 11 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700

This week CAR is publishing a string of interviews with Ferrari management. Today we speak to Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa, a trained engineer who now runs Ferrari day-to-day. CAR’s October 2011 issue – on sale now – contains a VIP tour of Ferrari and interviews with the company’s top brass: president di Montezemolo, Ferrari CEO and engineer Amedeo Felisa and design chief Flavio Manzoni.