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Harley Davidson 103" Twin Cam Engine on 2040-parts.com

US $2,500.00
Location:

Mount Vernon, Illinois, United States

Mount Vernon, Illinois, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Harley-Davidson Surface Finish:chrome Manufacturer Part Number:19678-14 Warranty:No Placement on Vehicle:Front Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

New 103" complete Engine. Engine has 5 miles on it. Engine came out of a 2014 FLHX Street glide. Any question just email me. Retails for over 4500.00!! 

CAR interviews Ron Dennis on the McLaren MP4-12C (2009)

Fri, 23 Oct 2009 00:00:00 -0700

CAR interviewed McLaren Automotive chairman Ron Dennis for the November 2009 issue of CAR Magazine’s feature on the new McLaren MP4-12C supercar. Here are some of the out-takes from our interview – and video of Dennis talking us around McLaren’s new roadgoing supercar. ‘It’s understandable why people ask the question “why now”, but the answer to that question lies in the statistics of F1.

Buick wants to pay for your college education

Mon, 06 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Buick has been working with the General Motors Foundation to help fund its Buick Achievers Scholarship program for its fourth consecutive year. The scholarships are awarded to students who have excelled not only in the classroom, but also in their efforts to help the community. The program was created in 2011 and has awarded $16.5 million to deserving students across the nation thus far.

Porsche 911 Sport Classic introduced

Wed, 02 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Porsche has announced a Limited Edition Porsche 911 that will launch at Frankfurt - The Porsche 911 Sport Classic Porsche has plundered its history to build in to the 911 Sport Classic styling cues from the past. The Sport Classic gets a ‘Duck-Tail’ rear spoiler (thank you, 1973 Carrera RS 2.7) and ‘Fuchs-Style’ alloys (ditto – at least in terms of chronology).  You can also throw in to the mix a double-bubble roof (Carrera GT et al) and black surrounds to the headlights, which is evocative of the 1970s Porsche racers. So having thrown every design cue that fits from its history, what else does the 911 SC get?