Marine Circulating Pump - Sbc 350 V8 & V6 - Brass - New - on 2040-parts.com
Punta Gorda, Florida, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:18-3599
All Sierra pumps are bidirectional and can be installed on reverse rotation engines.These marine water pumps have corrosion-resistant brass impellers, stainless steel backing plates and brass plugs. The pumps are also powder coated for additional protection. All new Pump body casting, not rebuilt units.
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Mon, 06 Oct 2008 00:00:00 -0700
By Guy Bird
06 October 2008 09:13
The heavily revised Mitsubishi Colt was the biggest real-world news for the Japanese brand at Paris. It now gets the large signature jet fighter grille from its bigger Lancer brother, alongside a whole new front end, interior changes and a Ralliart version.
It’s not just a nose job, honest. The rear of the car gets smaller lights rather than the previous full-length ones, partly for ease of crash repair, and interior ergonomics have been improved – the rear seats now fold flat for instance.
Wed, 22 Aug 2012 00:00:00 -0700
With the new Bentley Continental GT Speed about to get its public debut at the Moscow Motor Show we have new video of the GT Speed hitting 205mph. We had the news this morning that the Bentley Continental GT and GTC are both getting the new 8-speed ZF gearbox to make them both quicker and more economical, a new feature for the W12 engined Bentleys that’s also shared by the new Continental GT Speed. The GT Speed is due to get its public debut at the Moscow Motor Show next week, and as a bit of a PR trailer for its public debut Bentley has released new video of the GT Speed doing what it does very well – going quickly.
Thu, 28 May 2009 00:00:00 -0700
The New Ford Capri due to arrive at Frankfurt in 2010
The iconic Ford Capri was, at its peak, a huge success for Ford. The stylish, quick (in big-engined guise), 2-door coupe brought a certain dash to the products from Dagenham, even when it was powered by an asthmatic 1.3 litre engine putting out about 12bhp! But it was the big-engined variants that are most fondly remembered – the early 3.0 litre and the later 2.8 Injection (and let’s not forget the RS3100).