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Four Winns 026-0683 Sealand Dometic Marine Boat Dtm12 Holding Tank Monitor Kit on 2040-parts.com

US $313.95
Location:

Racine, Wisconsin, United States

Racine, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New other (see details) UPC:0713814053024 Manufacturer Part Number:DTM12 Brand:Sealand / Dometic Boat Brand Part Number:DTM12 MPN:DTM12 Main Color:Black Material:Plastic Item_Condition:New Part Brand:Sealand / Dometic Type:Wastewater Level Indicator Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

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One Lap of the Web: Porsche flat-fours, hot rod artists and German car shows

Tue, 07 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

We spend a lot of time on the Internet -- pretty much whenever we're not driving, writing about or working on cars. Since there's more out there than we'd ever be able to cover, here's our daily digest of car stuff on the Web you may not otherwise have heard about. -- You've heard of watching paint dry, but NHTSA has a new hobby: watching Fords rust.

CAR Magazine's Fantasy League Formula 1

Tue, 23 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Ever cursed Ferrari or McLaren's tactics, felt sure some of F1's minnows could do better with their multi-million dollar budgets, or accurately predicted the F1 champs over the past ten seasons? Well now it's your chance to prove just how good your knowledge of F1 is, by joining CAR Online's new Fantasy League Formula 1 team. As a Fantasy League F1 manager your job is to select six real-life drivers and one constructor - from your $100m budget you can put all your money behind a big name, share the risk or use the lucky dip selector. Entry costs just £10 and there are plenty of prizes on offer after each GP race:   £5000 in cash and a luxury trip for two to the 201  Monaco Grand Prix for CAR's overall Fantasy League Formula 1 champion  £100 and a copy of the official F1 video game for every race winner  A racing experience at Brands Hatch for you and a friend  Cash prizes for managers finishing in 2nd to 10th place  And consolation entries into the 2011 game for managers finishing in 11th to 20th placePoints will be awarded after each race weekend, and prizes announced.

“Where is the sustainable vehicle design?”

Wed, 28 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0700

The notion of a 'new paradigm in car design' was a theme running through talks by five panelists at London's Royal College of Art last week, who debated "Seriously now, where is the sustainable vehicle design?" Despite disparate backgrounds, there was broad agreement that a truly sustainable form of personal transportation is unlikely to come from an established automotive firm any time soon. Panelist Rob Holdway of Giraffe Innovation was most vocal in his approach to the subject, saying "Frankly, I think the car is unacceptable - we hear a lot about the sustainable car, but I don't think there is such a thing as a sustainable car". The audience - made up mainly of RCA students - also heard from Nico Sergent of Riversimple about how the company's seven-point business model, and its open source strategy, incentivized the company to build a truly sustainable car and mobility package that the current auto model simply doesn't allow.