Pair Yanmar 6ly 6lya 6ly2a 440hp Marine Diesel Engines Complete on 2040-parts.com
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Core Charge:4000 per engine
Yanmar 6LY 440HP
6 Cylinder, Turbocharged Intercooled
Marine Diesel Engine
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Wed, 04 Nov 2009 00:00:00 -0800
Huge gallery of Aston Martin Rapide Photos
It took Aston Martin an age to bring the Aston Martin Rapide from concept to the road. And it seems to have taken them almost as long to get round to doing some decent pictures of the Rapide. But they’ve finally got round to doing it, and have sent us a huge gallery of images of the new 4-door coupe.
Thu, 02 Oct 2008 00:00:00 -0700
By Ben Pulman
02 October 2008 22:27
Welcome to CAR's Paris motor show 2008 coverage – with news, photos, galleries, blogs and interviews filed straight from the Mondial de l'Automobile on 2 and 3 October. Read our coverage of each press conference blogged as they happen or – if you prefer a more traditional A-Z show report, click here for CAR's A-Z review guide to every new car launched at the 2008 Paris motor show.
5.40pm: Booted outSecurity guards are starting to round people up and it's time to leave (we're an hour ahead of the UK, don't forget). Looks like I'll have to round up the last few stands I missed today on the second media day on Friday.
Wed, 22 Oct 2008 00:00:00 -0700
By Ben Pulman
22 October 2008 14:15
Lexus has officially confirmed it will build a BMW 1-series rival. Speaking to the German media, European company MD Tadashi Arashima told reporters: 'We will offer a Lexus in the compact class'. He explained that Lexus needed 'smaller and more efficient vehicles' in the face of European CO2 regulations.