One right front lens with housing,One left front housing,One rear hatch housing,Talmu 447972,One rear hatch housing, Talmu 447971,One left rear housing.
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A glimpse of the new Porsche Macan’s interior. There won’t be very much we don’t know about the new Porsche Macan – the ‘baby’ Cayenne – by the time it’s revealed next week. We’ve already had teases for the Macan in both photos and video, and Porsche has released yet another teaser video today of the new Macan on the track at Weissach .Fri, 02 Dec 2011 00:00:00 -0800
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The 60-plus-year history of Saab may come to an inglorious end in the next few days if General Motors and Dutch supercar maker Spyker--or perhaps a dark-horse bidder--fail to reach an agreement to save the iconic Swedish maker of premium cars. But the potential death of yet another GM brand raised some voices of dissension--and passion--as a crowd of about 30 Saab enthusiasts braved temperatures in the 20s and snow flurries to show their support for Saab at a gathering near GM's global headquarters in downtown Detroit. The event was organized by the Ryan Emge, editor of a Saab.History.com, and was part car show, part rally and part family gathering.