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S10 Exhaust Manifold 4.3 V6 Right on 2040-parts.com

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Ashburnham, Massachusetts, United States

Ashburnham, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:Used Warranty:No

USED but GOOD CONDITION exhaust manifold from 2000 Diamond Edition Jimmy. 4.3 V6 right side.

No cracks. All studs intact & in good condition.

UK new car registrations: 20 months of growth

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

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has once again increased its new car forecast for 2013. The news comes off the back of the 20th consecutive month of growth, with new car registrations up 4% in October. Last month’s total of 157,314 registrations brings the total to 1,952,238 in 2013 so far, leading the SMMT to up its forecast from 2.22 million to 2.25 million.

The Hongqi L5 is the most expensive Chinese car you can buy

Tue, 22 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

China's oldest car company rolled out its first vehicle on Aug. 1, 1958; it was a chrome-lined black sedan designed -- like the pastiche of 1950s cars it resembled, including the Packard-esque Chaika -- to strike equal amounts of fear and inspiration into the revolutionaries. In Chinese, "Hongqi" in means "red flag," the most potent symbol of the Chinese Communist Party, making it a fitting name for a company that supplied the apparatchik.

Reuss: GM considering 'something really fun' for Buick

Mon, 06 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Buick dealers still salivating over the Riviera concept that General Motors unveiled at last month's Shanghai auto show should take a deep breath: There's little chance that the flashy coupe will ever grace a Buick showroom. But they should view the Riviera -- which GM says points to the brand's design direction -- as a signal that GM is serious about adding pizazz to the Buick lineup now that the 110-year-old brand, which barely survived GM's bankruptcy four years ago, is getting comfortable in its born-again skin. "We've very carefully built Buick back to a brand that has respect," GM North America President Mark Reuss told Automotive News.