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Longacre Coil Spring Tester on 2040-parts.com

US $795.00
Location:

Killeen, Texas, United States

Killeen, Texas, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Longacre Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:Lng-73505

This is a digital Longacre coil spring tester. Used twice. Like new.

College Exhibition: Umea Institute of Design Degree Show 2004

Wed, 11 Aug 2004 00:00:00 -0700

Students at Sweden's Ume? University Institute of Design presented their work in the annual Degree Show in June, which included work from the Masters programmes in Transportation Design, Advanced Product Design, and Interaction Design along with the final thesis projects from the Bachelor level graduates. Go to Photo Gallery250 photos The degree students from the three year bachelor programme showed their 10 week final degree projects in Industrial Design, and the two year Masters Programmes presented their 20 week final degree works.

BMW X3 facelift (2014) first official pictures

Wed, 05 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

By Ollie Kew First Official Pictures 05 February 2014 23:00 The revised BMW X3 plays spot-the-difference with, on the outside at least, BMW having done a pretty convincing job of turning it into an X5 lookalike. The new X3 goes on sale in June 2014, costing from £31k. The X3 has an all-diesel line-up, teamed with either a six-speed manual gearbox or an eight-speed automatic.

Watch the sad, final moments of a crusher-bound heap

Mon, 07 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Automotive wrecking yards are good places to reflect on the real-world values of heavily depreciated vehicles versus global current scrap-metal prices, and to see which cars have suddenly had the fix-it-versus-total-it line moved by insurance companies (the early-21st-century Subaru Legacy Outback, for example, appeared in large numbers in high-turnover wrecking yards just during the last year, as fairly minor collision damage on these cars is no longer worth fixing). You'll see the things that a car's last owner does in a desperate attempt to sell (or at least live with) an increasingly decrepit heap (as we learned in "Repo Man," you really will find a Little Tree in every car). During a recent trip to a San Jose, Calif., yard, I encountered this sad yet strangely compelling scene.