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Offers On Wet Jet Duo Brut Engine And Parts Ask For Anything I Will List It on

US $299.00

Walker, Minnesota, US

Walker, Minnesota, US

Ask for any part

Make an offer on multiple items
Like offer 15 for the lanyard and red clip and wires .

Offer 40 for the whole handle bars and body parts cables switches etc .

Go bulk
I will sell cheap and ship cheap
I have 3 all torn down with many pictures available

I can ship 70 pounds maximum for cheap

Engine in a box bad crankshaft exterior issue
No flywheel or stator just cylinders un opened block With all internals heads still on "unopened " make an offer shipping is probably 70.00.

Also I have another brut engine with a good crankshaft . Same deal as the other just minimum wrenching and motor out to a box ready to go lot's of attachments . Make offer

Electronic handlebar switches and safety switches.
Make offer shipping switches costs about 8

Body tops and hulls plastics foam gastank oil res.

Etc .

Make an offer on any parts

New Jaguar XJ (2010): reaction from around the world

Thu, 09 Jul 2009 00:00:00 -0700

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 09 July 2009 20:30 You’ll have seen the new Jaguar XJ (2010) by now. And no doubt been shocked by what you’ve seen. We’ve asked CAR’s team of experts, and other independent critics, for their verdicts on the new X351 XJ.

Aston Martin Rapide ‘S’ spied

Thu, 26 May 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Aston Martin Rapide S - at a rather steep £200k, we expect It took AM slightly longer to get the Aston Martin Rapide from concept to production than the career of the Spice Girls, although the final product is a bit more appealing. Well, depending on circumstances. But now, just a year since the Rapide became a production model, Aston Martin are gearing up to bring us a Rapide with a bit more grunt – the Aston Martin Rapide S.

Hyundai releases second-generation Genesis renders

Thu, 24 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Hyundai's second-generation Genesis has been previewed in new renders ahead of its full reveal in Korea later this year. The Genesis, which will hit the carmaker's stand at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in January, is the first model developed with Hyundai's new ‘Fluidic Sculpture 2.0' design language. It features several cues seen on the HCD-14 Genesis concept, unveiled at this year's NAIAS, such as the sharp shoulder line and the single-frame hexagonal grille design. In fact, it's nearly unchanged from the beltline up. At the rear, the sweeping roofline flows to a short trunk lid while the rear lamps wrap around from the tailgate into the rear-quarter panels.