Glomex Antenna Mount Gxv9124 Marine Grade Staineless Steel Mount on 2040-parts.com
Torrance, California, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:V9124
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GLOMEX GXV9124 Marine Stainless steel mount
V9124– MASTHEAD MOUNT IN STAINLESS STEEL FOR VT300 AND V9125/12
Stainless steel masthead mount (diameter 25 mm/1″) for V9114, VT300 and V9125/12.
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Fri, 15 Apr 2011
Federal regulators are investigating a motorist's report that the airbags in his 2008 Toyota Corolla failed to deploy when the vehicle hit a deer at 55 mph. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said this week that the airbag probe could affect as many as 170,000 vehicles. The Corolla has been Toyota's second-best selling model, after the Camry, in recent years.
Fri, 06 Oct 2006
Students of the Transportation Design course at Turin's Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) have been busy designing a new road-going McLaren sports car for the British brand. Third-year students developed 14 super cars for project sponsors McLaren as part of their final-year project for the 2005-2006 academic year. The brief was to come up with a sports car capable of speeds of over 320 km/h (200 mph), that would provide its owner with road-going F1 technology and unparalleled dynamic and aerodynamic performance.
Sat, 24 Apr 2010
The MG Zero Concept has been revealed at the Beijing Motor Show
It’s good to see a new MG. True, it may not be everyone’s idea of where MG should be, but at least Morris Garages lives to die another day and stays alive as a marque, which is more than you can say for Riley or Hillman or Humber or Triumph or Rover or Austin or Morris or Alvis or…
What this may be is the MG2 we snapped being loaded on to a trailer in China a few weeks ago, but there is so little detail from MG in the press release on the MG Zero concept they might just as well not have bothered. If we’re going to get treated to a new MG – concept or not – it would sort of help if we got some detail.