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Mitsubishi Mirage 1994 Fuel Tank(contact Us For Better Price) [5729100] on 2040-parts.com

US $589.00
Location:

Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Condition:Used

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Hyundai Veloster (New Hyundai Coupe) Detroit debut +video

Tue, 11 Jan 2011

The Hyundai Veloster Detroit - Hyundai's new 'Utility Coupe' (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); As we said when we ran the tease for the Hyundai Veloster last week, this here Hyundai Veloster has been a long time coming. Two years after the Hyundai Coupe stopped being made, and more than a year after we ran spy shots of the Veloster, Hyundai finally manage to get a production version of the Veloster on a show stand. With its funky urban looks – like a squashed coupe version of the Hyundai Curb – the Veloster, complete with asymmetrical doors, promises to be at least as much fun as its progenitor – the Hyndai Coupe – was.

BMW supercar stars in CAR’s new issue

Mon, 26 May 2008

By Phil McNamara First Official Pictures 26 May 2008 11:16 BMW is preparing the M1 Hommage concept for production, the new issue of CAR reveals. ‘We have the know-how, we have the right engine, we even have the infrastructure to build such a car,’ vows BMW board member Herbert Diess. The supercar was shot exclusively for CAR, and following interviews with BMW executives, our July issue reveals key project details including:• The timetable for production• The three-strong powertrain line-up• The lightweight body construction• The plan for ‘heron-wing’ doors, and a driver-focused, multi-layered interior • And why BMW’s new supercar won’t be called M1 Read the story in the July issue of CAR, on sale Wednesday 28 May.

Jail warning for drive ban killers

Tue, 06 May 2014

DISQUALIFIED drivers who kill while behind the wheel will face longer jail terms under tougher sentences announced by Justice Secretary Chris Grayling. Offenders who defy driving bans will be hit with up to 10 years in prison if they cause death and up to four years for serious injuries under the law reforms, which will be introduced next year. Mr Grayling said the changes would send a clear message to drivers who flout bans and "go on to destroy innocent lives".