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Riverside, California, United States

Riverside, California, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Country Of Manufacture:Germany Brand:BMW Warranty:Yes Ships Fast From:Riverside, California Placement on Vehicle:Front Machine Bonded Repair Service:Highest Quality Repair Available On Ebay

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McLaren P1 will smash Nurburgring & Top Gear lap records

Thu, 07 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Ron Dennis has said that the new McLaren P1 will smash lap records at the Nurburgring and at the Top Gear track at Dunsfold. But that’s as much about the run-up to Geneva as the Motor Show itself as Ferrari had managed to keep LaFerrari under warps until just a few hours before it debuted. So interest and excitement were high and LaFerrari did little to disappoint.

New Jaguar XJC – the Coupe

Tue, 14 Jul 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Jaguar already has a new Jaguar XJC on the drawing board – a coupe version of the new Jaguar XJ The last Jaguar XJC was in the ’70s, and was built on the SWB version of the Series II Jaguar XJ.  In fact – by the time Jaguar got round to launching the XJC on to the market in 1975 – it was the only XJ that had the SWB, as all XJ saloons had moved over to the LWB as standard. A glorious-looking car – especially in ‘New Avengers’ guise as driven by Steed – it was plagued by the problems that beset British Leyland at the time.

Essex boost for car loving home buyers

Sun, 31 May 2009 00:00:00 -0700

An Essex council is to make garages and drives bigger on new homes For most of the last decade the UK Government has waged a war on the motorist. Endless speed cameras, which are in reality just tax-raising  machines and have little to do with road safety; never-ending fuel tax rises; congestion charging; spiralling parking charges; road-charging schemes and the only coppers you see have a speed gun so non-speeding untaxed and uninsured drivers never get caught -  pushing up costs for the rest of us. But one of the most stupid, head-in-the-sand policies was the idea that new houses should encourage people to forsake their cars by making garages too small and off-street parking almost non-existent.