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Iveco/magirus 8220 Diesel Cylinder Heads,gaskets, Rod & Main Brngs on 2040-parts.com

US $1,300.00
Location:

Corpus Christi, Texas, United States

Corpus Christi, Texas, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Brand:Iveco / Magirus Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:8220 Country/Region of Manufacture:Italy

A pair of Iveco/Magirus 8220 diesel engine cylinder heads (2-3CYL HEADS) ready to install & new std rod & main bearings with a gasket set included. These can be used on an Iveco/Megirus I-6 truck engine.

SSC Tuatara revealed in Shanghai

Sat, 13 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Jerod Shelby reveals the SSC Tuatara in Shanghai We finally discovered last month that Shelby Supercars wouldn’t be calling their new Veyron-bashing hypercar the Ultimate Aero II (which seemed logical) but has instead taken a leaf out of Pagani’s ‘Book of obscure names for Supercars’ and decided on SSC Tuatara. Yep, SSC has named their hypercar after the Maori name for a lizard, a lizard with the fastest evolving DNA of any creature (doubtless the motivation for Jerod nicking the name for his car). Interestingly, a comment on the story we ran about the new SSC getting the Tuatara moniker said that as well as having the fastest evolving DNA of any creature, the Tuatara “…puts a tortoise to shame in the slow moving stakes, and is also regarded as a living link to the dinosaurs” which, for Jerod Shelby’s benefit, we should probably gloss over.

British Grand Prix Silverstone 2008 Race Report | CAR Magazine Online

Wed, 25 Jun 2008 00:00:00 -0700

By Tim Pollard Motor Shows 25 June 2008 09:30 We could have done some crystal ball gazing, but no – we haven’t written our review of the 2008 British Grand Prix yet. However, once the race is over on 6 July 2008, our F1 correspondent will scribble his report as quickly as Mssrs Microsoft and Yahoo will allow. Click here to read Tom Clarksons Race report  

Call for stronger penalties for texting drivers

Tue, 17 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700

DRIVERS convicted of causing death by dangerous driving should be given stronger and more consistent penalties, according to road safety charity the Institute of Advanced Motorists has said. An IAM analysis of eleven recent prosecutions involving mobile and smartphone use revealed that the average sentence for causing death by dangerous driving is four-and-a-half years in prison and a disqualification from driving for seven years. In all of the cases analysed, the convicted drivers were found to have lost their concentration due to using their mobile phone.