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Motor Trend 2 In 1 Air Compressor Inflator/deflator on 2040-parts.com

US $15.00
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Coventry, Rhode Island, United States

Coventry, Rhode Island, United States

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Mecum auctions classic muscle cars in Florida

Wed, 25 Jan 2012

The action is over in Arizona but the Mecum auction in Kissimmee, Fla., is just heating up. Day one is done, with total sales passing $4 million. More than 70 percent of the lots that crossed the block were sold.

College Exhibition: Pforzheim University Summer Show 2009

Fri, 07 Aug 2009

Germany's Pforzheim University recently held its summer degree show at the city's Congress Center for students in the school's Transportation Design program. The exhibition included work from nine graduating Masters' students and 13 Diploma students, as well as a Mercedes-Benz-sponsored project by MA students, a Renault-sponsored project by undergraduates in their 4th and 6th semesters and three Volkswagen-sponsored projects. Projects from the graduating MA students included: Porsche P'5200 Stephan Everwin Named after Porsche's product matrix - 5000 being the category for sport and 200 representing water - the Porsche Design sailing yacht considers the holistic sailing experience rather than just the product itself, "It's not about speed, but the experience," Everwin told CDN.

Online driving licence to reduce insurance costs

Thu, 09 Jan 2014

First the tax disc, now your driving licence, as government plans to put driving records online are set to make the paper counterpart licence obsolete – reducing your car insurance premium in the process. By creating an online record that insurance companies can easily check, ministers and the Driver and Vehicle Licencing Agency (DVLA) expect insurance costs to fall, as insurers will be able to exactly analyse risk rather than hedging their bets. On Bing: see pictures of the counterpart driving licence Tax disc to be scrapped after 93 years At present it’s tediously time consuming for car insurance companies to check motorists’ driving records with the DVLA, which means most take people at their word about the number of penalty points they have.