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Polaris Rmk Pro 800 Gauge Cluster Speedometer Odometer on 2040-parts.com

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Portland, Oregon, United States

Portland, Oregon, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Polaris

Works great, between 6,000-7,000 miles on it, some light surface scratches but no cracks or other damage.

Canadian Grand Prix: Vettel takes pole ahead of Hamilton

Sat, 08 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Hamilton’s Mercedes (pictured) is in 2nd place for tomorrow’s Canadian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton may have managed to make it four front rows in a succession, but it’s Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel who has taken pole position in a rain soaked Montreal for tomorrow’s 2013 F1 Canadian Grand Prix. Early on in qualifying Hamilton and Rosberg dominated in the Mercedes, but the Red Bulls started to show their pace and in Q2 they were at the top of the leaderboard. Felipe Massa managed to crash in Q2 and Button, held up in the pit lane whilst the accident was cleared, couldn’t manage to get across the start-finish line in time to do another lap, crashing out in Q2 and 12th palce on tomorrow’s grid.

Who's Where: Jason Castriota opens own design consultancy

Tue, 23 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Former Bertone and Pininfarina designer, Jason Castriota, has opened his own design consultancy based in New York and Turin. CDN recently caught up with Castriota - who is currently in New York - and discovered he's already working on a series of projects, despite having not yet officially launched the company. Castriota told us that it had always been his "dream to have my own consultancy in New York", yet what's clearly pleasing him most is the volume of work he's already accrued, without officially launching the firm.

JLR Factory plans on track – Sunday Times story rejected

Mon, 19 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0700

JLR's UK restructuring is on track despite the stories in this weekend's press Back in September, JLR (Jaguar Land Rover) announced that it intended closing one of its Midlands factories as part of a long-term plan to breathe new life in to the future of JLR. We dutifully reported that but confess we took the easy ‘Bad News’ tack on the story. It was obvious; JLR are closing a factory ergo bad news.