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Furuno Mu-170c Marine 17" Monitor Lcd Display on 2040-parts.com

US $499.00
Location:

Bradenton, Florida, United States

Bradenton, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Furuno Manufacturer Part Number:MU-170C

Good condition Furuno monitor. It has some slight discoloration on corners. See picture.

Land Rover Freelander 2 White & Black 2010 launched

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 00:00:00 -0800

Land Rover has launched a new entry-level model - The Land Rover Freelander 2 White & Black Another day, another new Freelander 2 model. Just like a bus; you wait ages for one and then two come along together. You might think that releasing two new models of the Freelander 2 in succession reeks a little of a desperate desire to shift some metal.

'American Nitro' is back!

Wed, 09 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

"Seventies drag-race mayhem is back!" bills "American Nitro," a schlocky drive-in exploitation film whose only quote of praise, from a dog-eared period issue of "Car Craft," reads, simply, "SPECTACULAR CRASHES!" Director Bill Kimberlin says that he made "American Nitro" in 1979 as a response to Tom Wolfe's influential 1965 essay, "The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby." "I was just getting out of high school in a small town in Northern California when Wolfe's book came out," he said. "Nitro came about as my response to the car culture I was exposed to in the small valley town of Boonville, Calif. Instead of 'American Graffiti,' I made 'American Nitro.'" A fitting comparison, in fact, considering Kimberlin later worked for George Lucas at ILM, starting with" Return of the Jedi." Now the movie is being released on DVD for the first time -- beware of bootlegs, warns the website -- and digitally remastered, while retaining the explosive charm and goofy narration of the 1979 original.

Lotus Esprit James Bond car up for auction

Sat, 29 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The Lotus Esprit Submarine (pictured) from the James Bond 007 film is up for auction James Bond and cars go together like bacon and eggs and, with the exception of the 007 Aston Martin DB5, the Lotus Esprit ‘Submarine’ car from the Spy Who Loved Me is probably the most iconic Bond car to have hit the big screen. Piloted in the film by Roger Moore – with Mrs Ringo Starr, Barbara Bach, at his side – the underwater version of the Esprit, one of six used in the film, was affectionately know to the crew as ‘Wet Nellie’ and actually piloted for the underwater scenes by former SEAL Don Griffin, who worked as a test pilot for the creators of the Esprit Submarine - Perry Oceanographic. After filming ended it was sent of to a storage unit in Long Island, ten years rent was paid upfront but, when the 10 year rent period ended, no one stepped forward to claim the contents at they were sold off for a song to a local couple.