Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Honda Shadow Spirit Vt1100c Rear Wheel Axle #15 04 on 2040-parts.com

US $14.95
Location:

Parkersburg, West Virginia, United States

Parkersburg, West Virginia, United States
This listing is for a USED Rear Wheel Axle we removed from a 2004 VT1100C.
Fits:VT1100C SKU:99372 Compatible Make:Honda Location:A2M6D2B Compatible Model:VT1100C

AutoWeek Design Forum: Johnson Controls designer styles the future

Thu, 13 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800

What is inspiration? Johnson Controls design vice president Michael Warsaw pondered that and other style themes on Thursday morning at the AutoWeek Design Forum in Detroit. "It's about having a vision--it's about having that vision be your guidepost," he said.

Concept Car of the Week: Cadillac Voyage (1988)

Fri, 11 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Once a symbol of America's most luxurious automobiles, Cadillac's image had begun to wane by the mid-1980s, and not even the Pininfarina-designed and built two-seater Allante was enough to excavate the brand's long gone leadership. In an effort to take Cadillac onto the global stage, engineers and the team of designers led by Chuck Jordan began working on the Voyage concept, a rolling laboratory with visionary styling and innovative technology. It was unveiled in 1988 at a technological exhibition in New York thus highlighting that rather than a stylist's dream come true, it was a very serious study towards aerodynamic, performance, handling, comfort and efficiency in an age when automated superhighways would allow fast, safe inter-State travel.

Jaguar XJ Diesel – The Swansong plaudit

Wed, 17 Jun 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The Jaguar XJ 2.7 Diesel has won the 'Greenest Luxury Car' Award And although one of the strengths of Jaguar has been its heritage it has, to a degree, also become its Achilles Heel. The first Jaguar XJs were a triumph when they were launched in 1968, and put Jaguar leaps and bounds ahead of the German competition, in the same way Jaguar had taken the world by storm with the E-Type a few years before. But things started to fall apart for Jaguar in the ’70s with the fiasco that was British Leyland, and by trying to emulate Porsche by making each iteration of the XJ an evolution of the original all they managed to do was cement in the public mindset the failings of the XJ.