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Harley Davidson Flt/c 1980-1982 Clutch Cable on 2040-parts.com

US $26.21
Location:

Speculator, New York, United States

Speculator, New York, United States
Condition:New Brand:bikers choice Manufacturer Part Number:066004

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BLACK CASING CABLE

CASING LENGTH IS 55.25 INCHES

OVERALL LENGTH IS PICTURED  ABOUT 59  INCHES

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OUR NEW TECH LINE NUMBER IS 518 548 4495
OUR NEW TECH LINE NUMBER  IS 518 548 4495

Mercedes SLS David Coulthard Golf Ball catch – now on video

Thu, 21 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700

The recent golf ball catching Guinness world record set by David Coulthard and Jake Shepherd finally turns up on video. In another of those ‘We didn’t know there was a world record for that’ stories, we reported earlier this month that a new Guinness World Record had been set for the furthest golf shot caught in a car. A Mercedes SLS AMG driven by David Coulthard had managed to catch a golf ball driven down the runway at Dunsfold by professional golfer Jake Shepherd.

2012 Lexus GS Spy Video

Wed, 27 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

2012 Lexus GS on track at Toyota's huge proving ground in Belgium We’ve managed to churn out a number of stories on the 2012 Lexus GS over the last few weeks as Lexus ramps up the interest in their new GS ahead of its debut at Pebble Beach in August. It all started with the Lexus LF-Gh concept at Geneva in the spring – the new GS in Concept guise –  since when our spy photographers have managed to grab shots of a disguised GS out ploughing round the Nurburgring and we’ve had a Lexus boss musing the likelihood of a Lexus GS Coupe – and an official announcement that the GS 350 will arrive at Pebble. Now we get one of the oxymorons of car PR in the internet age – the ‘Official’ Spy Video.

£1,000 reward to shop drink drivers

Tue, 03 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

CASH REWARDS of up to £1,000 are being offered to Christmas and New Year revellers who report drink-drivers to the police. Derbyshire Constabulary and West Midlands Police are promoting the rewards to help catch drivers who are over the alcohol limit or under the influence of drugs. Running until New Year's Day, the scheme will see posters placed in pubs and clubs urging drinkers to report those flouting the law to the Crimestoppers hotline.