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Mercury University Technicians Guide Outboard Fourstroke I on

US $29.00

Versailles, Kentucky, United States

Versailles, Kentucky, United States
Condition:Used Boat & Watercraft Type:Outboard Motors Make:Mercury

Manual has 7 Sections  1 - General Information
                                      2 - Powerheads
                                      3 - Electrical Systems
                                      4 - Fuel Systems
                                      5 - Timing and Synchronizing
                                      6 - Service Bulletins
                                      7 - Tool Suppliers

Some handwritten notes and smudge marks, otherwise very good.

Aston Martin Rapide S arrives with 550 horses

Wed, 23 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Aston Martin is replacing the four-door Rapide with the Rapide S, which gets minor styling tweaks and extra power. Just as they did with the new DB9, Aston Martin has made the new Rapide S a more aggressive car, with small styling tweaks like a new grill and a small spoiler at the back, some minor trim tweaks with the addition of Piano Black trim and a new duotone black and red leather trim, and an optional carbon fibre pack for exterior highlights. Under the skin, the Rapide S is still based on Aston’s VH platform, but it does get the latest Gen 4 tweaks including new adaptive dampers with Normal, Sport and Track modes, tweaked dynamic stability control (DSC) and the latest AM11 engine dropped by 19mm for a lower centre of gravity.

GM's Henderson: Corvette's future is secure

Wed, 06 May 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The future of the Chevrolet Corvette is secure, General Motors CEO Fritz Henderson says, even as GM dramatically slashes its size and costs. In an exclusive interview with AutoWeek, Henderson says that not only is the Corvette's current platform undergoing continual development, but the future seventh-generation car, dubbed the C7, also is on track. He would not specify when the C7 Vette would hit showrooms.

Fiat to make Chryslers at former Bertone plant

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Fiat will produce Chryslers at a recently acquired former Carrozzeria Bertone plant in Italy, Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said. Marchionne, who said that Chrysler's new, five-year post-bankruptcy business plan will be released in November, declined to reveal what cars will be built at the plant, in Grugliasco, near Turin, or when production will start. Sources in Turin said the factory could resume production in late 2011.