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SOME SCRATCHES AND WEAR, WORKS GREAT
Brand:OEM FORD Warranty:No Warranty Manufacturer Part Number:NO.F75A-1A096-AC/BC Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Surface Finish:CHROME WITH HEAVY WEAR Placement on Vehicle:Right, Front, Rear

OEM FORD F150 / F250 CENTER RIM CAP,WITH SCRATCHES AND CHROME HAS SOME CRACKING, ALL MOUNTING TABS ARE GOOD.SEE PHOTOS FOR MORE DETAILS

Mercedes C-class (2007): first official pictures

Thu, 18 Jan 2007

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 18 January 2007 07:00 Mercedes-Benz C-class: the lowdown This is the most important launch in Merc's diary this year - the all-new C-class. It's charged with bringing the compact exec bang up to date and giving it (Mercedes hopes) the edge over the BMW 3-series that's snatched class honours in recent years. There's a sharp new look, that's definitely pilfered some design cues from the S-class limo, plus a raft of new engines and some pretty nifty gadgets.

Puegeot win at Le Mans – Audi third

Mon, 15 Jun 2009

Peugeot drivers celebrate their 1-2 at Le Mans The winning Peugeot (#9) was driven by Alexander Wurz, David Brabham and Marc Gene, whilst second place was taken by Sébastien Bourdais, Franck Montagny and Stéphane Sarrazinin in car #8, just one lap behind, and five laps in front of Audi’s #1 car driven by Allan McNish, Rinaldo Capello and Tom Kristensen. In fact, the Audi car #1 (the other Audi entries had fallen by the wayside) finished just one lap ahead of Lola Aston Martin’s #007 car. The usual racing excuses were out in full, with Audi claiming that the cancellation of the traditional testing day this year meant they were unable to set up the R15 TDI properly in time for the race (Peugeot seemed to manage to get the 908s ready!).

Vauxhall Cascada: Official

Wed, 17 Oct 2012

The new 2013 Vauxhall Cascada – a full size convertible and the modern version of the Astra Twin Top – has been revealed. For some reason best known to Vauxhall, they chose not to debut the Cascada at the Paris Motor Show – perhaps to give the new Adam its moment in the sun – but now we get Vauxhall’s latest model in its revised line-up. The Cascada is a proper full size, four seat convertible – it’s only a couple of inches shorter than a Mercedes E Class Cabriolet – and has its underpinnings based on elements from both the Insignia and Astra and comes with a folding fabric roof instead of the tin-top folding roof in the Twin Top which can be raised and lowered in 17 seconds at speeds of up to 30mph.