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Mgtd Tf Exhaust Manifold on 2040-parts.com

US $125.00
Location:

Acton, Massachusetts, United States

Acton, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:Used

MGTD TF exhaust manifold with new studs & brass nuts. Refinished in high temp silver paint. Excellent used condition, no cracks welds, or repairs.

2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster video hits the Web

Tue, 31 May 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Last week we showed you fresh photos of the 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster. In this morning's edition of car porn, we give you a video of the two-door convertible that shows interior details and an action shot of the soft top dropping while the car moves along at 31 mph. That's all great but, with 563 hp under the hood, we just want to see this thing go fast.

Caterham CSR 175 – Tokyo Catchup

Fri, 23 Oct 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The CAterham CSR 175 revealed at Tokyo We reported a few weeks ago that with the economic crisis still enveloping car makers round the world the Tokyo Motor Show was going to be almost exclusively domestic. Just Lotus – who brought the limited edition Lotus Scura – and Alpina – who brought the LWB B7 – were expected to be there to represent the rest of the world. But Caterham – inheritors of Colin Chapman’s Lotus 7  heritage – took advantage of some cheap floor space and turned up with a new car – the Caterham CSR 175./p> The CSR is Caterham’s top of the range, and this CSR 175 slots in as the bottom of the top – if that makes sense.

The next presidential limousine might look like this

Tue, 18 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700

A few days ago, the United States Secret Service posted the bid requirements for a new presidential limousine, which is set to debut during the 2017 inauguration of our nation's 45th chief executive. It's hard to believe that the General Motors-built Cadillac dubbed "The Beast" is already due for replacement, but the fleet of presidential limousines is cycled every four or eight years, with bids accepted from any American automaker. We'll spoil the show for you: the odds of a company other than General Motors winning the bid is pretty slim.