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Motion Pro Clutch Cable Fits Kawasaki Kz 750n 1982-1983 on 2040-parts.com

US $24.12
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Grand Rapids, Michigan, US

Grand Rapids, Michigan, US
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Faurecia Pin-spiration calls for premium pinboards

Fri, 27 Jul 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Faurecia has launched its ‘Faurecia Pin-spiration' contest, with a brand new 64GB iPad up for grabs. Tier supplier Faurecia is using online sharing community Pinterest to host a new competition to create a pinboard named ‘Faurecia Pin-spiration' – categorized under ‘Cars and Motorcycles' – and filled with things that reflect the meaning of ‘premium’ that could also be used in automotive design. To enter into the contest send an email to FaureciaNA@Faurecia.com with the link to the board along with your name, email address and phone number by 31 July, and Faurecia judges will then choose the winner.

Mercedes MLC: Coupe M-Class coming in 2015

Sun, 24 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

The 2015 Mercedes MLC - a coupe Mercedes ML You didn’t think Mercedes could ignore the unexpected success of the BMW X6, did you? Well, they can’t, so they’re planning a coupe version of the ML for 2015 – the Mercedes MLC. Big car news in the U.S – and jobs news, too – is that Mercedes are investing a not insignificant $2 billion in their production facility in Spartanburg, South Carolina, to up production of Mercedes for the North American market.

New Kia K9 revealed

Tue, 28 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800

The Kia K9 arrives for Korea The new Kia K9 has been revealed as Kia’s new range-topping saloon for the Korean market. The K9 is a production version of the KH Concept. The Kia KH was teased a couple of weeks ago as Kia’s new flagship car for its home market, and this morning, to no ones surprise, the KH has been revealed as the new Kia K9, a moniker that won’t be used in overseas markets for obvious reasons (woof, woof).