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Radio Cd Player 11-14 Ford F250sd Pickup 396886 on 2040-parts.com

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Hillsboro, Ohio, United States

Hillsboro, Ohio, United States
Condition:Used Conditions & Options:RECEIVER, AM-FM-CD-MP3 SINGLE DISC PartNumber:638 Genuine OEM:Yes Mileage:48000 Interchange Part Number:638-03766 Model:F350SD Inventory ID:396886 Year:2012 Designation:Used GTIN:Does not apply Stock #:160526

Gemballa Mistrale Porsche Panamera revealed

Fri, 14 Aug 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Gemballa has released information on the Porsche Panamera Gemballa Mistrale But there might be an answer to that quandary – turn your attention to the Porsche Panamera. Gemballa has just released preliminary details on the Gemballa Mistrale, a Porsche Panamera conversion which throws a bit of Gemballa madness at Stuttgart’s latest offering. Details are still a bit limited – and we don’t have any info yet on what Gemballa has done with the oily bits – but we do have the picture you see here, which shows the cosmetic stuff.

Koenigsegg at Geneva Motor Show: Koenigsegg Agera +video

Tue, 02 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0800

The Koenigsegg Agera hits the floor at Geneva We managed to uncover¬†information on the Koenigsegg Agera early on, following on from the chat we had with Koenigsegg when they told us they would be bringing ‘Something New’ to the Geneva Motor Show. And I think we were a bit ungracious. Maybe it was disappointment that theAgera wasn’t perhaps as radical as we hoped from a new Koenigsegg, or it could just have been a long day.

Great Americans: 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T

Thu, 04 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The classic Dodge Challenger's most famous movie role was the 1971 box-office success "Vanishing Point." A pastiche of man vs. society, a legendary staple in classic narrative -- as exemplified by such works as "1984," "Fahrenheit 451," "Charlotte's Web," Idiocracy -- "Vanishing Point" was a movie made by those who commonly styled themselves as "auteurs," making a "film" for the corporate overlords at Warner Brothers, who just happened to land themselves some brand-new Chrysler products and ultimately went on to create, as the DVD reissue box art that I found in the $5 movie bin at Wal-Mart claims, "the ultimate car chase movie!" The movie is rife for philosophical introspection, performed as it is by Philosophy 132 majors needing to pass their Humanities requirement and who couldn't find any more copies of "American Beauty" at their local Best Buy. So, ignore the movie.