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Dracut, Massachusetts, United States

Dracut, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:1243122 Surface Finish:CHROME,RED+BLACK PAINT Brand:GM Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front Interchange Part Number:70-74 BUICK GS 455 GRAN SPORT Warranty:Yes Other Part Number:GR.8.147 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

PAIR NOS BUICK GS "455" FRONT FENDER EMBLEMS FOR 70-72 GS 455 & 73-74 CENTURY GRAN SPORT 455 MODELS. PART #1243122 IN GR.8.147 WITH SPEED NUTS AS SHOWN. CHECK PICS WELL BEFORE BIDDING. THANKS FOR LOOKING!!

Lamborghini Jota spied testing

Fri, 15 Jan 2010 00:00:00 -0800

The Lamborghini Jota caught cold weather testing (via WCF - copyright CarPix) The Murcielago range of Lamborghinis is coming to the end of their shelf life and we have in store the replacement – The Lamborghini Jota - which will be with us in the next year or so. So it’s not a big surprise that Lamborghini have been out testing the new Jota in the Arctic Circle. As we can see from the spy shots, the Jota is going to be similar in size to the Murcielago (which is far too wide for comfort around town) but thanks to a new aluminium space frame will be an awful lot lighter than the Murcielago.

35,000 Toyotas recalled over safety concerns

Wed, 09 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

A total of 35,124 Toyotas in the UK are being recalled following safety concerns over the airbag modules, seat rails and steering columns. Toyota Airbag could fail to go off Some 24,785 UK-registered Toyota RAV4 and Hilux models are being recalled following a possible issue with the spiral cable assembly in the airbag module. Due to the position of a retainer in the system, Toyota admits “there may be a risk when the steering wheel is turned of damage to certain circuits that provide connectivity to the airbag.” This would prevent the airbag from working in a crash, and would illuminate a warning light on the dashboard.

Insurance group lists its Top Safety Picks

Wed, 22 Dec 2010 00:00:00 -0800

After increasing its standards for 2011 models, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says that 66 vehicles--more than double the 2010 total--rate as best in the industry at protecting passengers from front, side, rollover and rear crashes. Only 27 vehicles qualified last year after the group, funded by the insurance industry, required that vehicles pass a roof-strength test to earn a good rating, claiming that stronger roofs would reduce the risk of serious or fatal injury by 50 percent in a rollover accident. The most mentioned carmakers on the 2011 list are Hyundai/Kia and Volkswagen/Audi, both with nine vehicles to get the Top Safety Pick designation.