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Nos Delco Remy Clutch D2003 1932188 Starter Clutch Drive Gm on 2040-parts.com

US $19.99
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Utica, New York, United States

Utica, New York, United States
NOS DELCO REMY CLUTCH D2003 1932188 STARTER CLUTCH DRIVE GM, US $19.99, image 1
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Brand:GM/DELCO Warranty:No Warranty Manufacturer Part Number:D2003 Interchange Part Number:1932188

VW Golf R and VW Scirocco R – UK Details

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Woken up to snow? Go grab a new Land Rover Freelander!

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Land Rover want you to know that if you’ve woken up to snow – and you want a 4×4 now – the Freelander 2 Black & White is a stock car. There are times of the year when it’s cheaper to buy certain types of cars, and times of the year when they get a bit pricey. The height of the summer is the best time to grab an SUV and the depths of a snowy winter the best time to grab a soft top.

“Where is the sustainable vehicle design?”

Wed, 28 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0700

The notion of a 'new paradigm in car design' was a theme running through talks by five panelists at London's Royal College of Art last week, who debated "Seriously now, where is the sustainable vehicle design?" Despite disparate backgrounds, there was broad agreement that a truly sustainable form of personal transportation is unlikely to come from an established automotive firm any time soon. Panelist Rob Holdway of Giraffe Innovation was most vocal in his approach to the subject, saying "Frankly, I think the car is unacceptable - we hear a lot about the sustainable car, but I don't think there is such a thing as a sustainable car". The audience - made up mainly of RCA students - also heard from Nico Sergent of Riversimple about how the company's seven-point business model, and its open source strategy, incentivized the company to build a truly sustainable car and mobility package that the current auto model simply doesn't allow.