New Nos Original Volkswagen Exhaust 147 251 157 Van / Transporter / Campmobile on 2040-parts.com
Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut, United States
This is a Brand New NOS Original EXHAUST for VW Transporter / Campmobile of 1963-71 1.5 liter. As pictured with clamps. Part # 147 251 157. Use this number to confirm your application. It was sitting in the attic of an old sports car shop for many years. SEE My Other Listings for more classic VW parts. Thanks for looking.
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Wed, 20 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Toyota will premiere its new, origami-inspired global stand design at the upcoming Geneva motor show. The new design, dubbed ‘The Wave', is inspired by the traditional Japanese craft, previewed by this paper maquette. The stand will use curves to convey simplicity and "strength and vibrancy, and at the same time warmth and familiarity", according to Toyota.
Fri, 26 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0700
The SEAT Leon Cupra R gets launched in the UK
It was August last year that SEAT sent us a pile of bumph on the Leon Cupra R - the quickest SEAT to date – including a Cupra R press release we put up. We then had the Cupra R launch proper at Frankfurt in September, but it’s taken a further six months for SEAT to open up the order book in the UK (officially from 1st April) and no doubt a month or three more until the first UK customer gets to go and play. So was it worth the wait, this SEAT Leon Cupra R?
Fri, 15 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800
BMW has revealed its new i8 petrol-electric range-extender supercar will cost from £99,895 – and dealers are already taking pre-orders for the 155mph, 113mpg coupe. The high-performance i8 will be the second BMW i car to go on sale, following the launch of the i3 electric city car which goes on sale in BMW dealers this weekend. BMW i8 stars at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show
BMW i8 review (2013 prototype)
The near-£100,000 price tag for the 362hp car means it costs nearly £6,000 more than the 560hp BMW M6 Coupe – although as it is a 2+2, comparisons can also be drawn with the BMW M6 Gran Coupe: the i8 costs just over £2,000 more.