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Led Black Smoke Amber Turn Signal Light For Mb W463 G55/g500 G-wagon Sport Line on


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Condition:New Brand:Euro-customtuning Surface Finish:Black tint smoke Manufacturer Part Number:LED Black Darker Smoke Amber Turn Signal Light Years:from 1990 to 2012 Interchange Part Number:for MB W463 G-Wagon Sport Line, Amber Position Lamp in each side 2 LEDs Car make:Mercedes W463 G-Class G500/G55 Other Part Number:Amber/ Corner Lamp in front 8 LEDs UPC:708478757999 Placement on Vehicle:Front, Left, Right

Alfa Romeo reveals new 1.8 litre turbo engine with up to 300bhp

Mon, 03 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700

New Alfa Romeo 1.8 litre turbo engine - destined for the Alfa 4C Alfa Romeo are on something of a push to make themselves seem a viable part of the Fiat setup, with a plan to push hard in to America (although that keeps getting delayed) and new product on the horizon. One of those new products is the Alfa 4C which we expected to get a version of the existing Alf 1750 lump with around 250bhp. But it looks like that’s not going to be the case after all.

BMW reveals Zagato Roadster at Pebble Beach

Fri, 17 Aug 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Earlier this week, we snuck a peak at the BMW Zagato roadster in dark photos sent from BMW. After its reveal on the lawn at Pebble Beach on Friday, we’ve found out a bit more about the one-off drop top. It only took six weeks to go from drawing to finished concept, according to BMW.

Families spending less on transport - new figures revealed

Thu, 12 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

THE LATEST Family Spending data shows that UK households spent £489 on average per week in 2012, according to the Office for National Statistics. Once inflation is taken into account, average spending has decreased since 2006 when households spent £526.40. Transport has seen the biggest spending reduction taking inflation into account, falling from £87.10 per week in 2001/2002 to £64.10 in 2012 despite the price of petrol increasing substantially over this period.