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Honda Cb450 Black Bomber Clutch Cable New Cl450 on

US $14.99

Carson, California, US

Carson, California, US

Here is a new Honda CB450 Black Bomber Clutch Cable. Also fits the CL450 Scrambler. This cable does have the Grey housing so is correct on a restoration. The cable is 10 inches longer But will work as is or you can shorten the cable at any motorcycle shop. This cable does have the later fitting on the lower end of the cable along with the protective sleeve so you would remove it and reinstall the rubber sleeve and it will thread onto you case fitting with no problem. I own a Black Bomber and have done it. This cable is also for the 5 speed that would still use the grey cables thru 1969 or so. Sorry but the only other cable I have is the Speedo cable which is also 10 inches longer. E Mail me if you have any questions. Buyer pays for shipping. I accept PayPal.

Chevrolet Trax: Price from £15,495

Fri, 01 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The Chevrolet Trax – the Chevrolet version of the Vauxhall and Opel Mokka – will cost from £15,495 in the UK. First cars in July 2013. With a Chevy makeover that adds new front and back ends and Chevrolet badges, the Trax looks a decent urban crossover come SUV effort from Chevrolet and offers an alternative for those who fancy a Mokka but want to stand out from the crowd (and spend less money).

First Sight: Volkswagen Iroc concept

Mon, 28 Aug 2006 00:00:00 -0700

The Iroc is a show car preview of a production coupe to be launched next year that will fill a gap in the Volkswagen model line up left by the demise of the Corrado 11 years ago. Volkswagen describe the Iroc as "transferring the globally successful Scirocco idea into the future" - the Scirocco Mk1 by Giugiaro being produced from 1974-1982, the Mk2 from 1982-1992. Like the Scirocco, the Iroc is a front wheel drive coupe with four seats - as opposed to the 2+2 seating arrangement of the only other sports coupe from Volkswagen Group: the Audi TT.

Formula One: PR strikes at Austin City Hall

Thu, 23 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Free Formula One gear is good, right? That’s what those in charge of F1 public relations seem to think ahead of the Austin City Council’s vote on the Austin Grand Prix racetrack project on Thursday. Formula One baseball caps, water bottles and bumper stickers were handed out at the Austin City Hall as part of a public-relations campaign, according to KUT News.