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Minn Kota Em42 Electric 12v Marine Boat Trolling Motor on 2040-parts.com

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Capistrano Beach, California, United States

Capistrano Beach, California, United States
THIS IS A USED TROLLING MOTOR.
Brand:MINN KOTA Stroke:ELECTRIC Manufacturer Part Number:EM42

HI AND THANK YOU FOR LOOKING HERE IS A ( MINN KOTA EM42 MARINE ELECTRIC MOTOR, IS MISSING THE HAND CONTROLLER WHAT YOU SE EIN THE PICTURES IS WHAT IS INCLUDED, THIS IS A USED TROLLING MOTOR IT HAS NORMAL WEAR AND WORKS DO TO THE MISSING PART IT WILL BE SOLD AS IS, YOU CAN GET A REPLACEMENT, IT COST OVER $500 IS A HEAVY ONE, NO RESERVE. ) YOU ARE BIDDING ON A USED MINN KOTA TROLLING MOTOR IF YOU ARE NOT SURE ABOUT THIS ITEM PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS BEFORE PLACING YOUR BID, GOOD LUCK BIDDING.  

Radical Cup comes to North America

Wed, 06 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The 2013 Radical Cup USA schedule was announced on Wednesday. The brand new gentleman-racer series will host 12 events over six weekends, beginning in March at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah and is set to wrap up in September at the Monticello Motor Club in New York. The 270-hp Radical SR3 and 460-hp Radical SR8 already compete in one-make series’ in Europe, Australia and the Middle East.

Win a copy of Just My Type book

Wed, 17 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700

In the new September 2011 issue of CAR Magazine, we've set typography expert and author Simon Garfield a task to critique modern car badges. The typeface used on the rump of your car - and the script on the dials, brochures and adverts - speaks volumes about your choice of wheels. So we asked Garfield, author of Just My Type: A Book About Fonts, to lend an expert eye.

Aston Martin launches Centenary Editions of DB9, Vantage, Vanquish & Rapide

Tue, 15 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Aston Martin celebrates its centenary with Centenary Edition versions of their entire range featuring special paint finish and bespoke interiors. One hundred years ago today, Aston Martin arrived as Bamford & Martin as Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford formed the company which would, just a year later, become Aston Martin, and to celebrate the centenary Aston Martin is creating 100 Centenary Editions of each of its model range (although not, it seems, the Cygnet). All the centenary Edition cars (V8 Vantage, DB9, Rapide and Vanquish) will feature a unique graduated paint finish and get adorned with solid sterling silver wing badges (don’t park your Centenary Edition Aston Martin in a public car park with the current price of silver) with tailored ‘Trans Flux’ enamel inlay.