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Mercury 100 Hp on 2040-parts.com

US $400.00
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Ferndale, Washington, United States

Ferndale, Washington, United States
USED GOOD CONDITION. SOLD AS IS. EMAIL WITH QUESTIONS.
Brand:Mercury Manufacturer Part Number:9191A24 Engine(HP):100 Stroke:2-Stroke

REBUILDABLE POWERHEAD FOR A MERCURY 100 HP FOUR CYLINDER.  SERIAL NUMBER 0D028442. WILL COME WITH ALL PARTS SHOWN IN PHOTO BUT WILL REMOVE PARTS UNDER A NEGOTIABLE PRICE.  EMAIL WITH ANY QUESTIONS. HAVE OTHER PARTS AVAILABLE AS WELL.
$400 OBO!!

Porsche Design creates Shisha pipe

Mon, 25 Jul 2011

Porsche has designed a Shisha pipe as part of their Porsche Design World Collection. The Shisha will be the latest addition to the collection, which already ranges from chopsticks to a tea and soup set as well as fashion items such as a polo shirt, a jacket and a silk scarf. The pipe, made in Germany, stands at 55cm tall and is made up of materials such as glass, aluminum and stainless steel.

Bentley Continental GTC V8 Convertible at Geneva

Mon, 05 Mar 2012

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Video: Classic Car TV looks at Pebble Beach and the Triumph Spitfire

Tue, 30 Aug 2011

If you haven't yet seen an episode of Classic Car TV, this new production from the car nuts at Hagerty Insurance provides a weekly rundown of news, events and fun stuff in the world of old rides. The show is still in its infancy, but as this second episode proves, it's starting to find a rhythm. Here, Matt Richmond and the gang take a closer look at some of the auction results and concours cars from Pebble Beach.