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Keyless Remote Case Replacement - Fits Ford, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercury on 2040-parts.com

US $13.79
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Rancho Cordova, California, United States

Rancho Cordova, California, United States
Condition:New Other Part Number:2L3T-15K601-AA, 2L3T-15K601-AB Brand:Dorman Interchange Part Number:INT1851 Manufacturer Part Number:13625 Warranty:Yes

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Ford once planned to race fiberglass-bodied Mustang touring cars

Mon, 31 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Tucked away on page nine of the May 9, 1964 issue of Competition Press and Autoweek is an intriguing little story: “FIA Rejects Ford Bid for Homolgation [sic].” At the time, the Mustang had just made its world debut, but Ford was already scheming to fold the car into its “Total Performance” campaign. The automaker apparently proposed to do so with a fleet of crazy fiberglass-bodied touring cars. According to Competition Press, Ford tried to get the new Mustang classified as a touring car for international racing.

UK electric car sales hit record high

Tue, 12 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

While electric cars may not have taken off as quickly as the likes of Renault and Nissan had hoped, the latest figures from the government’s £5,000 electric car grant scheme show that sales have leapt 25% in the last quarter. A total of 1,149 electric cars were registered in Q3, not only a 25% improvement over Q2, but the most successful quarter since the government scheme began back in January 2011, indicating that consumers are starting to understand the technology and its limitations rather better. On Bing: see pictures of electric cars in the UK Find out how much an electric car costs on Auto Trader This news comes as the Renault-Nissan alliance has been forced to admit it is not going to reach its self-imposed target of 1.5 million electric car sales by 2016.

Lamborghini LP620 YarroW

Sat, 31 Oct 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The Lamborghini LP620 YarroW by Wheelsandmore The Lamborghini LP560-4 is a very good car. Not as barking mad as we like our Lambos – you can thank Audi for that – but a damn fine car nonetheless. Its stunning V10 makes one of the best noises on the planet and – unlike most chop-tops – the Spyder is as good as the coupe.