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Motion Pro Throttle Cable Push Fits Honda Xr600r 1986-1987 on 2040-parts.com

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Grand Rapids, Michigan, US
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Me and My Car: Eric Bauer and his Nissan Skyline

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Here at Car Design News we're big fans of Depth of Speed: the combination of great cinematography, beautiful cars and interesting people makes for compelling viewing. Its latest video, ‘Taking the Plunge', features Eric Bauer, a digital modeler, Art Center instructor and CDN contributor and his glorious 1970 Nissan Skyline. Eric has been a professional digital modeler for over 10 years, having worked for BMW DesignWorks USA, GM (CA & MI), KIA, Porsche AG, Volvo Concept & Monitoring Center, and VW/Audi Design Center California.

VW Scirocco and Passat CC (2011): low CO2 tech

Tue, 23 Nov 2010 00:00:00 -0800

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Road funding must increase, say MPs

Wed, 07 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700

THERE needs to be a big increase in Government funding and a change of approach for England's major road network if predicted traffic increases are correct, according to MPs. But any move towards using road charging to pay for the extra funding couldn't be achieved without broad agreement among politicians and motorists, said the House of Commons Transport Committee. In a report the committee added that it was "not convinced" by the case for establishing the Highways Agency, the body responsible for England's motorways and major A-roads, as a Government-owned company.