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Kent-moore J-41229 4t40e Transmission Pin Installer on 2040-parts.com

US $25.19
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Westmoreland, Tennessee, US

Westmoreland, Tennessee, US
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Dodge Viper operations draw limited interest

Thu, 28 May 2009

Chrysler LLC's Viper sports car business has drawn only limited interest from buyers, according to court statements filed in connection with the automaker's bankruptcy hearing. Chrysler recently offered to sell the entire Conner Avenue plant in Detroit, which builds the Dodge Viper sports car, for $10 million, Chrysler Chairman Bob Nardelli said in a statement. "We received no purchaser interest," he said.

Mini paints Rocketman concept, celebrates Britain ahead of Olympics

Thu, 14 Jun 2012

Mini has updated the 2011 Geneva motor show Rocketman concept to celebrate the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. The Rocketman concept couldn't make the leap to production status, we reported in January. For those interested in all the “changes” the one-off concept received to celebrate the Games, the full press release is reproduced below: Munich/Oxford/London.

Williams F1 sells Williams Hybrid Power to GKN for £8 million

Mon, 07 Apr 2014

GKN have bought williams Hybrid Power in an £8 deal Back in 2010 we reported on a flywheel developed by Williams F1 that recoups energy from braking, and was fitted to a Porsche 911 GT3 to give an extra boost of power. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Williams F1 developed the Flywheel technology with a start-up company, which it bought out for £1.5 million in 2010, and now that company – which became Williams Hybrid Power – has been sold to GKN in a deal worth £8 million – and a share of sales revenue going forward – and is being renamed GKN Hybrid Power. The plan is to use the flywheel technology to reduce fuel consumption of transport that is constantly stopping and starting – it’s currently being used on a bus operating in London – and  Williams expect it could cut fuel use by up to 30 per cent.