Polish Eagle Movable Winged Wheel Motorcycle Ring Sterling Silver Gold Alloy on 2040-parts.com
Rego Park, New York, United States
Country of Manufacture:United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Brand Spankin' New!!!! This Awesome ring is the BEST ENGINEERED flying wheel ring !! Sterling Silver.925/*Gold alloy "Free-Spinning" wheel .... .. DETAILED * Gold wing (2) .... Side Skull accent ,.... Motorcycle wheel,..and it turns>>>>>...... 18Karat *Goldtone finished wings on silver Comfort fit shank ............State your finger size,(9-14).....otherwise comes size 12 .....Over size 14,add $9.00............ Heavybuilt / USA .......... Artisan made/signed .......... Also available in ALL silver version:(add $17.00) ........ A KICKASS Road WARRIOR collectible for yer Scoot. : An Original Ring Design Custom Club rings made to order.
*Gold alloy is similar to brass with the color of Karat gold.
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Wed, 04 May 2011
General Motors is spending $131 million on its Bowling Green, Ky., assembly plant to prepare it to build the next-generation Corvette. The plant will spend the money on manufacturing equipment, specialized tooling and plant updates, said Mark Reuss, GM's president of North America. The plant will add about 250 jobs, which will boost its workforce by about 50 percent, to about 750 workers.
Thu, 01 Aug 2013
Lotus is bouncing back from the five-car plan debacle that saw its CEO Dany Bahar dismissed for professional misconduct, and an ambitious plot to launch a Porsche-slaying five-car range go up in smoke without so much a test mule spy shot. The Norfolk-based outfit has announced today the creation of 103 new jobs to meet rising demand not just for its cars, but the brand’s legendary car set-up skills too. It follows a £100m investment from parent DRB-HICOM earlier in 2013.
Thu, 19 Feb 2009
The Rolls Royce EX200 Concept unveiled ahead of its Geneva debut
Well, this was supposed to be embargoed until tomorrow, but if the Daily Telegraph are prepared to jump the gun, I suppose we may as well jump on their coach and run it as well! After more spy shots of the Rolls Royce RR4 than I care to remember, and teaser images and trickles of details, we finally have some concrete information, and some images, to put meat on the bones of the new Baby Rolls Royce. But apparently we shouldn’t call it the ‘Baby’ RR, as Rolls Royce insists that the new car, which will be almost exactly the same as this concept, will be built to the same exacting standards as the flagship Phantom.