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US $225.00
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Hadlyme, Connecticut, United States

Hadlyme, Connecticut, United States
Condition:New Brand:Suzuki

This is all new old stock bike parts Honda OEM gasket kits Yamaha top end kits YZ250 92-94 CR 125 top end kits Cr80 gaskets/Complete clutch kit for LT250 Quad/RM250/87-92 FMF packs of exhaust Orings There is 20 other packages of new parts I cant list them all there is 600.00$ alone in gaskets.And im throwing in some more exhaust springs I found to in a other box. I don't know that much about motocross parts but email me if you need any info. Just trying to dump this stuff thanks

Toyota’s new Avensis (2008): more photos and details

Wed, 10 Sep 2008 00:00:00 -0700

By Nick Eaton First Official Pictures 10 September 2008 12:30 Two weeks ago, Toyota showed a solitary rear three-quarters photograph of the new Avensis. Today, it has released a slew of new photos to show how the saloon and estate will look from all angles. Toyota’s new Mondeo rival arrives at the 2008 Paris motor show, but here are our first impressions of the new Avensis ahead of its French debut.

Kia Provo upsets Northern Ireland

Thu, 07 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The Kia Provo Concept for a funky urban car has run in to trouble in Northern Ireland as its name evokes the Troubles. Looking like a Kia take on the Juke – although we think Kia see it more as a take on the MINi Countryman / MINI Paceman – it looks like a perfect direction for Kia to take with a ready market for butch little cars for blatting round town growing all the time. But you can’t please all the people all the time, and Kia has run in to trouble with the Provo already, as Unionist MPs in Northern Ireland have taken exception to the name.

50 Jaguar E-Types in convoy through London

Mon, 06 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700

The E-Type Convoy through London - in the rain This isn’t the first story we’ve run this year with ’50′ and Jaguar E-Type in the headline, and it’s a safe bet won’t be the last either. Unless you’ve been in Motoring purdah for the whole of 2011, you’ll know that this year is the 50th anniversary of the debut of the Jaguar E-Type at the Geneva Motor Show in 1961, and Jaguar are making the most of the anniversary at every step. But this time it’s not Jaguar who are making the most of the E-Type’s birthday, it’s the organisers of the 2011 Motorexpo in Canary Wharf, who’ve teamed up with the Jaguar’s Driving Club to drive fifty E-Types across London and out to Canary Wharf to kick of this year’s show.