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Ford Naa Tractor Operators Manual Owners Book Original Rare!! on 2040-parts.com

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Carl Junction, Missouri, United States

Carl Junction, Missouri, United States
Condition:Used

UP FOR AUCTION WE HAVE AN ORIGINAL FORD NAA TRACTOR OWNERS MANUAL.  THIS MANUAL IN GOOD USED SHAPE.  PLEASE NOTE PICTURES FOR CONDITION AND FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS PRIOR TO BIDDING.  SHIPPING WILL BE $5.50 IN THE USA AND WILL INCLUDE A TRACKING NUMBER.  THANK YOU FOR LOOKING AND HAPPY BIDDING!!!!!!!!

HBH tunes an Aston Martin V12 Vantage into the Bulldog GT

Tue, 08 Nov 2011 00:00:00 -0800

We love one-off specials here at Autoweek almost as much as we love the supercars upon which they're based. And if you're a tuner trying to pick a good chassis, we can't think of a much better place to start than the Aston Martin V12 Vantage. That's what Danish company HBH did for its Bulldog GT.

Porsche 911 (2011) the leaked images of the 991

Thu, 18 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700

This is the new Porsche 911, and these images have been leaked ahead of the car’s official debut at the 2011 Frankfurt motor show in September. This Porsche 911 actually looks a little different to the current rear-engined icon… Codenamed 991, the new 911 is all-new, and while the silhouette is instantly recognisable (and we’d swear those doors are identical) the bow and stern are obviously altered. It’s the rear that’s changed the most, with ultra-slim LED lights and a much wider but more neatly integrated pop-up rear spoiler.

Ford teams up with Heinz for tomato car parts

Wed, 11 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Ford and Getty Images Forget carbonfibre, the new must-have material on your vehicle will soon be tomato fibre – or so Ford and food manufacturer Heinz are hoping. The American carmaker and the food giant have teamed up to "explore the use of tomato fibre to develop a sustainable bio-plastic material for vehicles," bringing environmentally friendly motoring to a whole new level. Ford and Heinz tomato car parts: how will they work?