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Saab 93 9-3 Rh Passenger Side Corner Turn Signal Lamp Light Marker Oem 99-02 on 2040-parts.com

US $39.50
Location:

Cedar, Minnesota, United States

Cedar, Minnesota, United States
Condition:Used Placement on Vehicle:Right, Front

Oem RH passenger side turn signal,good used condition no damage,removed from saab  9 3 2door 2000,works for 99-02,if you have question email me.Thanks

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Lotus sues Dany Bahar for £2.5 million

Sat, 01 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Lotus are suing ousted CEO Dany Bahar for £2.5 million to recover the cost of his expensive lifestyle billed to Lotus. It seems DBR-HiCom, new owners of Proton (which own Lotus), took one look at the mess in Hethel and dumped Bahar, replacing him with engineer Aslam Farikullah to try and re-focus Lotus on its core products and engineering instead of pursuing Bahar’s fantasy of churning out the biggest range of luxury supercars of any car maker on the planet. That ousting led to Bahar issuing proceedings against Lotus for £6.7 million in August for wrongful dismissal (which gives you some idea of Bahar’s estimate of his own worth).

Audi Quattro concept (2010): the 21st century ur-Quattro

Thu, 30 Sep 2010 00:00:00 -0700

By Ben Pulman First Official Pictures 30 September 2010 22:29 This is the new Audi Quattro concept, just unveiled by Ingolstadt at the VW Group party on the eve of the 2010 Paris motor show. Built to celebrate 30 years of Quattro, it’s based on a shortened Audi RS5 platform (but built from aluminium and carbon) and features a tuned engine from the TT RS.This new Audi Quattro concept looks rather like a beefed-up Audi E-tron concept – is it? Nope, it’s actually based on the Audi RS5.

Lamborghini Aventador drives record Lamborghini sales in 2013

Wed, 12 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Record Aventador sales drive Lamborghini’s turnover It would not have been unreasonable to think that Lamborghini’s turnover for 2013 would be less than 2012, especially as the Gallardo was about to be consigned to the history books to make way for the Huracan. But nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, despite the Gallardo’s demise at the end of 2013, Lamborghini managed to increase its turnover in 2013 to €508 million – up €39 million on 2012 – and break records for V12 sales in the process.