Mercruiser Ehaust Riser Extension Block 3" on 2040-parts.com
Sandusky, Ohio, United States
Listed is a Mercruiser exhaust riser extension block 3". Used in fresh water only and good condition.
Marine Discounters (used parts division) buys salvage and unwanted boats and parts them out. I only buy boats here on lake Erie, as such only good/saleable FRESH WATER parts will be found. Credit Cards taken over the phone. Additional handling charges apply to international shipments. Any item purchased, and not picked up within 30 days (paid or unpaid) will be resold. Feel free to ask about these or any other used parts you may need from deck cleats to entire engines. Marine Discounters 419-625-0605. Check out our new parts web site by adding dot com to our name or our retail store located at 1027 First St. Sandusky Ohio 44870.
Exhaust System for Sale
Fri, 23 Sep 2011
Before Wednesday, the only wheelchair-accessible vehicles available to the public were aftermarket conversions that generally came with structural modifications and a price tag ranging from $50,000 to $80,000. Now, a startup company called the Vehicle Production Group (VPG) has released the first vehicle specifically assembled to accommodate people in wheelchairs, with an MSRP of $39,950. The vehicle is called the MV-1, which stands for Mobility Vehicle 1, and it was built for the disabled community.
Sun, 29 Mar 2009
General Motors chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner has agreed to "step aside" after pressure from the Obama administration last week, ending his eight-year tenure at the helm as the company seeks additional federal aid. He's been replaced by GM President and COO Fritz Henderson, effective immediately. GM confirmed the moves shortly after midnight Monday.
Sat, 19 Feb 2011
Jaguar moves its advertising to Spark44
Advertising in the car world – actually, any world – is moving faster than it ever has. The Interweb has changed the established dynamic so much that traditional advertising - and traditional advertising agencies – struggle to know how to operate. Print advertising for car makers makes much less sense than it ever did, even though many cling to it like a comfort blanket.