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Condition:Used Brand:Rule Size:500 GPH Manufacturer Part Number:25S Type:Automatic Bilge Pump Country/Region of Manufacture:United States UPC:042237083135 Model:Model 25S Part Number:25S

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The Petersen Museum's proposed new exterior

Mon, 22 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

This is not Architectureweek and granted, the Petersen Automotive Museum really does have to do something to its drab, Ohrbach's department store exterior to let people know there's a car museum inside. Shown here is what they're planning to do. The Petersen museum released this drawing of its planned exterior revision.

New Jaguar XJ snapped at the Nurburgring

Wed, 29 Apr 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Spy shots of the new Jaguar XJ - caught testing at the Nurburgring The new Jaguar XJ is a huge deal for Jaguar. Jaguar has set the benchmark very high with its hugely successful, and widely acclaimed, Jaguar XF, and expectations for the new XJ are riding high. And rumour has it that the XJ will be an even more radical departure for Jaguar than the XF was.

Video: Jaguar's Julian Thomson on the importance of design values

Tue, 30 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Jaguar's Head of Advanced Design, Julian Thomson, appeared at this month's PSFK Conference in London giving a talk on design values. Thomson's talk, ‘Concepting Dreams, Making Reality Happen', dealt with questions of creating a design story as well as how Jaguar uses the value of its heritage while keeping things original and new. Thomson – the man behind the 2010 C-X75 and the recently revealed F-Type – said, "You can't get a good design story if you don't look at your heritage, where you came from, where your values came from." He went on to discuss the ‘sad years of Jaguar', from around 1968 to 2004 where Jaguar was too timid to develop and "essentially made the same-looking car." He put this down to a reluctance on Jaguar's part to move too far away from its successful models and, quite interestingly, because "not only did we start doing market research, we started asking Americans what they wanted." Watch the full video on the left.