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Part For Harley Davidson Curly Letter 3d Metal Chrome Tank Fender Emblem on

US $15.00

Siti Jubaedah, Jakarta Coi, Indonesia

Siti Jubaedah, Jakarta Coi, Indonesia

Part For Harley Davidson Straight Letter 3D Metal Chrome Tank Fender Emblem

Part For Harley Davidson Sportster,Dyna,Softail Willie G Skull Chrome Metal Tank Fender Badge Emblem

Fits For 
  • F150,F250,F350 and all car / trucks
  • Sportster
  • Dyna
  • Softail
  • V-Rod
  • Street Glide
  • Fat Boy
  • Road Glide
  • Road King
Size : See Picture Above
Material : Metal ( Stiff Material )
Adhesive tape include ( just stick it to your vehicle )
Shipping time : 21 - 35 days ( economy shipping )

Note : You can leave your phone number for shipping detail

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Porsche celebrates 2 million Facebook fans with museum car

Wed, 18 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Porsche hit 2 million friends on Facebook this week, and to celebrate, the company dedicated a car to all of them. The new Porsche Cayman S got a coat of white paint before each friend's profile picture was digitally added to the surface. They're all tinted in red, giving the car a candy-coated look, and the front-plate area reads "100% Porsche, 100% you." Fans also were asked to vote for their favorite historic racing livery.

Ford dropping Ranger pickup from U.S. lineup after 2011

Tue, 21 Sep 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Ford Motor Co., as expected, is dropping the venerable Ranger compact pickup from its U.S. lineup after the 2011 model year. Ford is consolidating its global pickup truck platforms from three to two with the introduction of an all-new Ranger to be sold outside North America starting next year.

2015 Hyundai Genesis to be compatible with Google Glass

Fri, 03 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

It seems that at least one automaker is ready to embrace wearable computer technology before it become as ubiquitous as a cell phone, as Hyundai has just announced that its new 2015 Hyundai Genesis sedan will be compatible with Google Glass. The wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display is becoming more and more common, and Hyundai engineers have teamed up with Google to make it interact with the car's Blue Link infotainment system. Users will need to download a Blue Link Glassware app to manage a number of the car's functions, such as remote start, remote locking, and a vehicle finder.