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Safety Sport Dog Horn Hand Held Air Horn 1.8oz on 2040-parts.com

US $9.99
Location:

Littleton, Colorado, United States

Littleton, Colorado, United States
Condition:New Type:Hand Held Air Horn Accessories & Gear Type:Safety Gear Brand:LPI

AIR HORN FOR SAFETY USE/TRAINING

2014 MINi Countryman gets a facelift to bring it closer to the new MINI Hatch

Wed, 16 Apr 2014

The 2014 MINI Countryman (pictured) gets a facelift The MINI that’s far from mini – the MINI Countryman – is getting a bit of a refresh for 2014 with a minor facelift to take it through to an all-new MINi Countryman in 2016. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});So no, the 2014 Countryman isn’t the big version of the new MINI Hatch, it’s a refreshed version of the current Countryman with some minor tweaks to keep it current. It’s the usual facelift fodder for the Countryman with a new nose incorporating a new grill with big lower scoop, red ‘S’ badges for the quicker models, LED fog lights, new alloys and underbody guards for the All4 4WD versions.

LaFerrari commanding £1 MILLION premium – and the McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder attracting premiums too

Mon, 04 Aug 2014

LaFerrari commanding £1 MILLION premium Being at the top of the new owners list for a very desirable, and scarce, car can yield big benefits, and none more so recently than for Ferrari’s hypercar – the LaFerrari. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Oracle Finance has been busy looking at the premiums being charged for desirable cars (and, presumably, willing to finance to premium too) and have discovered that those not on Ferrari’s VIP list – and therefore not invited to buy a LaFerrari from Maranello – are willing to pay a premium of £1 million to get their hands on Ferrari’s replacement for the Enzo. But it’s not just LaFerrari that’s commanding hefty premiums.

One Lap of the Web: Scottsdale oddballs, a lost Morris and in-home car washes

Tue, 28 Jan 2014

A man in the UK purchased an old Morris Isis...then forgot about it in the back of his garage for 12 years. When he rediscovered the car and cleared all the trash off, he also learned it was one of the oldest of its kind in the world. While we have a few questions, not the least of which is "how does one forget a car parked in the garage," we're pleased to see that the owner has since restored the car and plans to strap a trailer on the back and take it to the beach later this summer.