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Krc Power Steering Pump Asphalt Dirt Late Model Modified Race Car Scca Nasa on 2040-parts.com

US $350.00
Location:

Mooresville, North Carolina, United States

Mooresville, North Carolina, United States
Used in Excellent Condition!
Brand:KRC

Very Nice Used KRC Power Steering Pump from local Late Model Team. We have a huge selection of new & Used Parts & Equipment from the top teams of Nascar. Thanks for looking! Please call 704-662-9570 or message with any questions or stop by our store in Mooresville, NC.

John Pope Special: the Vauxhall with an Aston Martin engine for sale

Tue, 08 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The eBay description says it all: "Vauxhall Magnum with an Aston Martin DBS V8 twin turbo engine fitted. DBS running gear, raced between 1973 and 1981." If that doesn't get the high octane petrol running through your veins, nothing will. It's called the John Pope Special and it started life as two cars - an accident damaged Aston Martin DBS V8 and a Vauxhall Magnum donated by Vauxhall.

Geely Englon TXN (w/ Gallery)

Tue, 13 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Geely is poised to show 39 new vehicles at the forthcoming Auto China 2010 motor show in Beijing, among them will be this new TXN taxi. While most of the new cars on show won't be built around entirely new sheet metal - some will feature new powertrains, for example - the Englon TXN is indeed all-new. Sitting in Geely's Englon range, a sub-brand initially created for the taxicab, the TXN is intended as a replacement for the aging TX4 built by British automaker LTI (as well as at Geely's Shanghai Maples factory).

Audi's new A8 (2010): the first teaser photos

Tue, 21 Jul 2009 00:00:00 -0700

By Ben Pulman First Official Pictures 21 July 2009 17:34 Audi has released a teaser picture and sketch of its new A8 limo. Buried amongst the press material for Ingolstadt’s 100th anniversary were the two teaser images: the sketch reveals the headlight and grille design; the picture shows the A8 hidden beneath a black Audi-branded dustsheet.The A8 is currently in the final stages of testing, but Audi promises an unveil in ‘the late autumn of 2009’ – the new aluminium limo isn’t expected at the Frankfurt motor show this September, so we should see it in LA later in the year. Audi claims its ‘new flagship offers an impressive palette of innovative technologies and will redefine the benchmark for luxury saloons.’  A typically bullish claim – how will Audi match its boasts?The basic tech remains the same, with an aluminium chassis – which will also underpin the next Bentley Continental – that contributes to a significant weight saving.