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Ford V-8 Service Bulletins - 1932-1937 Complete on

US $29.00

Mechanicville, New York, United States

Mechanicville, New York, United States
Condition:Used Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

In nice shape. 4 pages were bent over at the bottom corner. Cover looks soiled but still nice.

GMC Granite concept (w/ Video)

Mon, 18 Jan 2010 00:00:00 -0800

The biggest surprise at the 2010 NAIAS was GMC's Granite concept - a design that expands (or rather contracts) the truck/crossover brand's 'professional grade' philosophy to a compact hatchback aimed at urban hipsters and early adopters. Conceived by Frank Saucedo's Advanced Design team in California and then built at GM's Design Center in Detroit, the Granite combines the basic proportions of the Nissan Cube and Scion xB with a military/industrial feel inspired by the current G-Star and Diesel fashion lines. Watch the videos to the left to see the young international design team present the rationale behind the new concept, and read our opinion of the Granite in our 2010 Detroit Auto Show Highlights.

New Mercedes ML63 AMG (2012) revealed UPDATED: ML63 AMG video

Mon, 14 Nov 2011 00:00:00 -0800

New Mercedes ML63 AMG (2012) revealed ahead of LA Show Just a five months on from the debut of the 2012 Mercedes M Class we now get the bonkers version revealed ahead of the 2011 Los Angeles Motor Show – the 202 Mercedes ML63 AMG. Teased last week on Mercedes’ Facebook page, the new ML63 is exactly what we expected from the quickest SUV Mercedes has ever produced. As expected the ML63 gets the new Mercedes twin-turbo 5.5 litre V8.In the ML63 it delivers 518bhp and 516lb/ft of torque enough, Mercedes say, to dispatch the 0-60mph sprint in a ridiculous 4.7 seconds and on to a limited 155mpoh top speed.

New Porsche 911 GT3 (991) technical highlights (video)

Mon, 20 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Ahead of its arrival with customers, Porsche has delivered a new video of the GT3 designed to make it clear just how some of its technical highlights work to make the GT3 swifter and more nimble than ever before. Power is of course the key to the GT3 – 468bhp and 324lb/ft of torque – but the power is no good unless the GT3 can put that power down as efficiently as possible in all circumstances. Porsche assert that the GT3′s chassis is engineered for Motorsport, and key elements of the new GT3 make it even more able.