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Si-tex 12ci Hydraulic Gear Pump - 12v - 6-9ci Cylinder on 2040-parts.com

US $350.00
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Bayville, New Jersey, United States

Bayville, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:OCTAFG0612 Brand:Si-Tex UPC:Does not apply

Concept Car of the Week: Peugeot Proxima (1986)

Fri, 25 Apr 2014

Presented at the 1986 Paris Motor Show, the Proxima concept was the ultimate vision of '80s futurism, both in terms of its design and engineering. To assert its blue-sky vision, Peugeot named its creation after Proxima Centauri, the closest star to the sun. The exterior design was directed by Gérard Welter, and featured a long wheelbase, mid-mounted engine and very small overhangs, putting the accent on power and performance.

Fuel magazine films Ford designer Craig Metros in his Melbourne workshop

Tue, 06 Sep 2011

Australian auto culture magazine, Fuel, has created this beautiful short film, Factory 6, featuring an interview with Melbourne-based, Detroit-raised Ford Chief Designer, Craig Metros. The film explores the shared Melbourne workshop space in which Metros and five other designers work on a number of automotive and art projects in their spare time. It offers a great insight into his inspirations, his feelings on making the jump from Detroit to Melbourne and how it feels to have fulfilled a childhood dream.

SEAT SUV confirmed for 2016

Wed, 26 Mar 2014

SEAT Compact SUV gets a green light for 2016 (SEAT IBX Concept pictured) SEAT has been threatening to build a compact SUV for years, and back in 2011 it revealed the IBX Concept (pictured above) which was the SEAT take on the Audi Q3. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Now, finally, it seems VW has signed-off on SEAT’s compact SUV and the new compact SUV will hit the market in 2016, hopefully giving SEAT’s poor sales a real boost. Expected to be based on the VW MQB platform, the SEAT SUV should enable SEAT to properly compete in Europe and tap in to a market that has grown by 40 per cent in the last few years whilst SEAT’s existing market for its cars has shrunk and been compromised by a weak economy in Europe where the vast majority of SEAT’s sales are made.