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Mazda Protege Wagon 5 2002-2003 Brand New Rear Spoiler Grey Painted on

C $99.95

Mirabel, QC, Canada

Mirabel, QC, Canada
Condition:Neuf Marque:Ans État:Neuf Placement sur le véhicule:Arrière Finition de surface:Painted color:Grey Garantie:Oui

Mazda Protege wagon 5 2002-2003 Brand New Rear Spoiler Grey painted. Perfect Quality Dupont Paint, We sell low for bulding ours customer thrust and reputation. Thanks for buying from us. Picture show of the Mazda is for reference.  

Malaysian Grand Prix (2014): RESULT

Sun, 30 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Malaysian Grand Prix (2014): RESULT The opening Grand Prix of 2014 in Australia could have been a demonstration of Mercedes’ apparent superiority with the new F1 engines, but Lewis Hamilton’s car let him down leaving Nico Rosberg to take the win for Mercedes. But at the Sepang Track in Malaysia this morning, Lewis Hamilton had no such problems and was ahead of the pack from lights to flag to take a convincing win for Mercedes, 17.3 seconds ahead of his team mate Nico Rosberg in second place with reigning champion Sebastian Vettel trailing in third. An impressive Mercedes one-two in Kuala Lumpur.

Volvo creates Inflatable Child Seat

Mon, 14 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Volvo is a brand famously associated with safety, so let’s hope its latest effort doesn’t turn out to be a load of hot air: the Swedish brand has come up with a concept for an inflatable children’s car seat. Called the Volvo Inflatable Child Seat Concept, this does exactly what it says on the tin – it’s a child seat that instead of being made of rigid material can be deflated and folded away for easy carriage when not required. On Bing: see pictures of the Volvo Inflatable Child Seat Concept Find out how much a used Volvo costs on Auto Trader Noting that “children’s car seats are historically bulky, hard to move and tedious to mount,” Volvo says its new rear-facing inflatable alternative weighs just 5kg – half the weight of an equivalent conventional model.

Ford streamlines design process with latest 3D technologies

Thu, 16 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Ford has released details of its use of new digital technologies in streamlining its design process. Designers use what they call the 3D CAVE – Computer Automated Virtual Environment – to recreate a car's interior by projecting images onto the large white walls and roof. 3D polarizing glasses framed with motion sensors are used to transport them into the car's virtual interior.