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US $349.00
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Jakarta, Indonesia
Condition:New Brand:FRAM Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:F3-P Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

RARE Vintage FRAM F3-P Filcron New in Original Box. It will fit VW, Porsche, Jeep and many other cars.

Audi preps S3 Cabriolet for Geneva

Wed, 19 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Audi revealed the S3 Cabriolet on Wednesday, before its Geneva motor show debut. The go-fast version of the small A3 Cab shares the same widespread MQB architecture as the rest of the 3 range, but it gets a hotter engine, a lower stance and, of course, a rag top. It’ll arrive in Germany this summer, and possibly here sometime after the S3 sedan in early 2015.

New Lexus IS UK debut

Fri, 15 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The 2013 Lexus IS – revealed at the Detroit Motor Show – gets its UK public debut at the Ideal Home Show at Earls Court. The Ideal Home Show may not seem the obvious place for Lexus to show the new IS, but Lexus are the headline motor sponsors for the event and you can’t argue with the footfall; footfall that is probably predominantly bang on the Lexus target demographic. And the target demographic for Lexus may be a bit surprised that the new IS is a chunk more dynamic looking than its predecessor, with statement looks – taking cues from the LF-CC Concept – that make the new IS a far more appealing prospect.

Electric Kia Soul planned for 2014

Fri, 05 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Kia has revealed that they will offer a battery electric version of the next generation Kia Soul when it arrives in 2014. Hyundai may have seen the light and decided the future for cars lies with hydrogen fuel cell cars and not battery electric cars, but sister company Kia thinks differently. It seems an odd polarity for the Korean siblings to take different routes to the future of powertrains for cars, but perhaps it’s just a case of hedging bets rather than an inability by Kia to see how impractical the BEV is as a replacement for a normal ICE car?