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Condition:Used Conditions & Options:3.5,efi SATELLITE RADIO 12245459 Model:PACIFICA Genuine OEM:Yes Year:2005 Interchange Part Number:638-01783 Stock #:160113 Designation:Used GTIN:Does not apply PartNumber:638 Inventory ID:260755 Mileage:115000

Nissan backs radical DeltaWing racecar program

Wed, 14 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Nissan has announced its involvement in a radical new motorsport project, dubbed the DeltaWing, which will race at the Le Mans 24 Hours this summer using Nissan power. The car is the work of Ben Bowlby who originally designed the car as a proposal for the 2012 IndyCar racer, which has since found the attention of Nissan after its rejection by the American race championship. The headlines of the design are that it's half the weight and has half the aerodynamic drag of a conventional racer and is therefore far more efficient.

McLaren F1: Ron Dennis considered building more orginal F1s to rake in cash

Sun, 18 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700

McLaren F1 - Ron Dennis mulled producing more cars McLaren boss Ron Dennis has confessed he considered cashing in on the current price of the original McLaren F1 by building more. The price of an original McLaren F1 is nothing short of stratospheric. Prices of £3 million, £4 million and more have been paid for one of the 64 F1 cars McLaren made in the 1990s.

Porsche Museum opens in Stuttgart

Fri, 30 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800

Porsche will open the doors to its new museum in Stuttgart tomorrow, January 31. With a collection of 80 vehicles and three exhibit areas spanning the periods before and after 1948, the Porsche Museum includes an array of iconic vehicles and celebrates the outstanding technical achievements of Professor Ferdinand Porsche during the early 20th century. Located in the Stuttgart suburb of Zuffenhausen, where Porsche produces the 911 model series and all of its engines, the new museum was designed by Vienna-based architectural firm Delugan Meissl - which beat 170 other firms in a race to design the building in 2004.