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Rv Diesel Generator Kubota 21kw on 2040-parts.com

US $4,700.00
Location:

Merritt, North Carolina, United States

Merritt, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used

KUBOTA, 21KW, RV DIESEL GENERATOR, SELF CONTAINED UNDER 700 HRS, WITH REMOTE PANEL, TURBO CHARGED,1800 RPM, RADIATOR COOLED,QUIET AND SMOOTH HAS 20 GALLON TANK IT SITS ON EASILY REMOVED WITH 4 BOLTS, IF DESIRED, NO PAYPAL CASH ONLY CAN SHIP IF NEEDED OR COME AND RUN IT   CALL WITH QUESTIONS 252 751 8661   NO PAYPAL

BMW teases 2 Series Coupé with new video [w/Video]

Mon, 21 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

BMW's 2 Series Coupé has been previewed in a video ahead of its reveal later this month. The teaser video – produced in the dramatic style favored by most carmakers – outlines the 2 Series' silhouette and from what we can see it's much sleeker and rounder than its predecessor while generally retaining the same proportions. Although the car – which is the second generation of the 1 Series Coupé – is debuting on 25 October, we won't see it on show stands until next January's North American International Auto Show.

One Lap of the Web: The Internet celebrates the Mustang

Tue, 15 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Fifty years ago, Muhammad Ali became the heavyweight champion of the world, "Jeopardy!" debuted, Lockheed went 2,000 mph with the YF-12 and a mop-topped band went on a television show to promote what would be shameless nostalgia for the next 50 years, even while it was happening. Oh, and Ford introduced the Mustang, an event that would be Lee Iacocca's Second Greatest Shining Moment, behind introducing Chrysler's TC by Maserati as the prettiest Italian to arrive stateside since his mother. The World's Fair was 50 years ago this week, and the Internet remembers what it was like when the Mustang came out.

Frankfurt 2011:Rimac Concept One – an Electric Supercar

Sun, 18 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Rimac One Concept - an electric hypercar at Frankfurt Our antipathy towards electric cars – and the seeming futility of pursuing a technology that has made little progress in a century – is well known. But we do see electric cars as a fun toy for the better-off, and 23 year-old Croatian Mate Rimac has impressed Frankfurt with his Rimac Concept One electric supercar, which is perhaps the ultimate electric toy for the better-off. Perhaps, in the case of the Rimac One, we should consider it a toy for the seriously well-off, rather than just the better-off, as it’s expected to cost a quite substantial £650k for each of the 88 cars Mate intends making.