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New Honda Oem 98-00 Accord Trunk Lid-emblem Badge 75701s2aa00 on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

Woodland, California, United States

Woodland, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Honda Item Name:Emblem Manufacturer Part Number:75701S2AA00 Quantity Needed:1 Other Part Number:75701-S84-A00, 75701-SK7-040 Category 1:Body Hardware Genuine OEM:Yes Category 2:Trunk Lid Quantity Sold:sold individually Category 3:Exterior Trim SKU:1:75701-S2A-A00 Part Ref# on Diagram:ONLY PART REFERENCE #1 ON THE DIAGRAM IS INCLUDED

NEW 1998-2000 HONDA ACCORD TRUNK EMBLEM, NEW FACTORY EMBLEM IN ORIGINAL PACKING, NEVER MOUNTED

McLaren celebrates 50th birthday with special edition 12C supercar (2013)

Fri, 24 May 2013

McLaren will build 100 special edition 12C supercars to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2013: 50 coupes and 50 folding hard-top Spiders. The birthday edition cars get bespoke lightweight components from McLaren Special Operations (MSO) and extra accessories, as well as a hefty price bump. You'll pay £196,000 for a hard-top McLaren 50 12C, and £215,500 for the McLaren 50 12C Spider – a hefty £20,000 rise over the standard cars' price tags.

50,000 new drivers lose licence within two years

Sat, 30 Nov 2013

Under current legislation, any new driver who receives six (or more) penalty points within two years of passing their test automatically has their licence revoked. Swiftcover.com has been sifting through the official data, and found that almost 50,000 new drivers have been banned in this fashion in the last four years. On Bing: see pictures of new drivers Find out how much a first car costs on Auto Trader The data, which comes from the Drive and Vehicle Licencing Agency (DVLA), reveals that 48,983 drivers have had their licence revoked under the 1995 Road Traffic (New Drivers) Act since 2009.

NHRA driver Herbert brings teen driver training program to California

Fri, 05 Mar 2010

Simple question: How many of you have teenagers in the Southern California area who can benefit from free driver's training? Yes, you read that correctly. The National Hot Rod Association will host 12 sessions of the B.R.A.K.E.S.