New Quarter Midget Tires Dunlop Karting on 2040-parts.com
Red Rock, Arizona, United States
Set of 4 brand new Dunlop tires for quarter midget or kart racing. The set includes 2 each of the following sizes: 11.5x7.10-6 and 11x5.00-6. These are QMA right side legal. These are not old tires. They were recently purchased for a major event that was unfortunately cancelled. We are selling them to purchase Hoosier tires for our local USAC quarter midget track.
These are also listed locally, so the auction may end early.
Please ask questions prior to purchase.
Quarter Midget/Micro Stock for Sale
Fri, 11 May 2007 00:00:00 -0700
By Ben Whitworth
First Official Pictures
11 May 2007 02:48
Hmm, a Hyundai that looks like a Peugeot
Yes, as expected, Hyundai has pulled the wraps off the estate version of its new i30 hatch. Styled at the Korean giant’s European Design Centre in Frankfurt, the estate will be built at a new production plant in the Czech republic. 'Designed and built in Europe for Europeans," as the Koreans are bound to say at its official debut at the Frankfurt motorshow later this year.
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This single-seat, V10-powered sportscar – with Alessandro Dambrisio responsible for its exterior design and Stefan Sielaff its interior – is an extreme interpretation of the faceted aesthetic introduced by the 2007 Reventón and last seen on the Veneno shown earlier this year at the Geneva motor show.
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Lamborghini Murcielago on Fire
We don’t do the whole ‘Wrecked Exotic’ here on Cars UK. There’s something a bit unedifying about publishing pictures of the misfortunes of others, be they accidents or fires. Seems a bit ghoulish to us, although I’m sure we’d get even more traffic through the site if we did.