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Sunrise Beach, Missouri, United States

Sunrise Beach, Missouri, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Mercury Mercruiser Quicksilver Manufacturer Part Number:Mercury Mercruiser Bravo 3

This is a used but in perfect shape bravo 3 drive top bearing cap fresh water 

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Ferrari 250 GTO sets new world record with £32 million sale

Fri, 04 Oct 2013

The Ferrari 250 GTO was already the most expensive car in the world ever sold: now, it has cemented its position as reports emerge of an example selling for a staggering £32 million ($50.3m). That’s an increase of almost 50% on the selling price of the former record-setting 250 GTO, an example built for Sir Stirling Moss and sold in 2012. The latest deal is a private transaction and both the identity of the new owner and the location of the car are being kept secret.

Bentley Continental GT V8 S (& GTC V8 S) revealed

Tue, 03 Sep 2013

The Bentley Continental GT V8 S (pictured) has been revealed The Bentley Continental GT V8 has only been around for eighteen months, but it has garnered accolades in that time as a more focused Continental GT, despite its loss of power (and cylinders) compared to the original W12 engine. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});But now Bentley are capitalising on the V8′s favourable feedback with a more powerful version – the Bentley Continental GT V8 S – to add an even more sporty note to the GT’s offerings. The V8 S still keeps the twin-turbo V8 it shares with Audi, but it now gets a boost in power to deliver 521bhp and 502lb/ft of torque.

Honda's FCEV concept previewed ahead of LA show

Mon, 11 Nov 2013

Honda has announced its FCEV concept will be making its world debut at the upcoming Los Angeles auto show. The carmaker is remaining fairly tight-lipped about the concept, although it has released this artful render. Honda also says the FCEV concept previews a potential design direction for its next-generation fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV) launching in the U.S and Japan in 2015 and later in Europe.