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US $35.00
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Sequim, Washington, United States

Sequim, Washington, United States
In very good condition! Works great!
Brand:EVINRUDE Manufacturer Part Number:582900

This item is I believe new. It has some wear marks on it from being moved around. I promise you will be happy with it. Thanks for looking!

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Porsche confirms four-cylinder Macan

Wed, 11 Dec 2013

Porsche has said that its new Macan SUV will come with four-cylinder engines – making it the first four-pot Porsche since 1995. Porsche engineer Antoon Janssen told MSN Cars: “There will be four-cylinder engines added to the range shortly. You will find out more details soon, but I can’t tell you any more.” On Bing: see pictures of the Porsche Macan New 2014 Porsche Macan revealed in LA The engines are likely to be both petrol and diesel, and from within the Volkswagen group.

GM product chief Bob Lutz to retire

Mon, 09 Feb 2009

GM boss Bob Lutz Retires By Ben Whitworth Motor Industry 09 February 2009 17:41 GM boss Bob Lutz will retire at the end of the year. The vice chairman of global product development – who has been at the centre of the automotive industry for the last 46 years – will be replaced by Tom Stephens, GM’s current veepee for global powertrain and global quality. Lutz, 76, will continue to report to GM boss Rick Wagoner throughout 2009 in his new role as GM vice chairman and senior advisor, before bowing out at the end of December.

Honda HR-V small SUV debut at Paris Motor Show

Thu, 11 Sep 2014

The Honda HR-V small SUV (pictured) debuts at Paris 2014 If the Honda HR-V name sounds familiar, that’s because Honda has already made an HR-V – a small supermini SUV – which arrived in 1999-  but disappeared a few years later before the world fell in love with small, funky SUVs like the Nissan Juke and MINI Countryman. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});So having been in the small SUV market ahead of the curve – and dropping out again before the market took off – Honda has decided it’s time to bag a share of the seemingly ever-growing small SUV market – a market worth getting on for 100,000 sales a year in the UK – which means only one thing – an all new Honda HR-V. Due to be revealed at the Paris Motor Show next month, Honda are billing the HR-V as a concept, but as far as we can see it’s pretty much production ready, and will arrive in Honda’s UK showrooms in summer 2015.