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Ski Doo 03-08 Rev Snowmobile Wrap Sticker Decal Kit Plasma Oval on


Ransomville, New York, United States

Ransomville, New York, United States
Condition:New Brand:Ski-Doo Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Warranty:No

This wrap is for a Ski Doo Rev 03-08 a customer ordered it and then didn't want it. There is nothing wrong with this kit, also nothing can be change as it is already printed and ready to ship. Any questions feel free to contact us.

Better Place Electric Car visitor centre opens

Tue, 09 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Better Place have opened a visitor centre in Israel to demonstrate their battery swap technology for electric cars Last October we wrote about a start-up company in Israel – Better Place – that had a new way forward for electric cars by taking the purchase of battery packs out of the equation, and was developing a system for ‘Battery Swap’ stations where electric car owners could drive in and swap their battery pack for a fully-charged one in a few minutes. That story first brought to our attention our favourite quote of last year – by Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn – who said “A hybrid is like a mermaid: if you want a fish, you get a woman; if you want a woman, you get a fish.” Which probably explained why Nissan – and its partner Renault – got involved with Better Place. Better Place aims to address the main concerns of electric car drivers by making the battery packs in electric cars ‘swappable’.

Lotus Exige Sprint (2008): first official pictures

Tue, 22 Jan 2008 00:00:00 -0800

By Ben Pulman First Official Pictures 22 January 2008 10:35 Another day, another new Lotus special edition. This is the Exige Sprint, recreating the colour scheme of the Elan Sprint built between 1971 and 1973. The limited edition Exige, of which just 40 will be built, will come with the lower portion of the body painted in white, the upper part in yellow or blue, and with a gold stripe separating the two sections.

1961 car - with 20 miles on the clock

Mon, 23 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700

A 52-YEAR-OLD classic car with one careful lady owner and only 20 miles on the clock is expected to fetch thousands at auction in Norfolk. The rare Triumph Herald is virtually brand new and still has its original 1961 tax disc, costing £15, on its windscreen. Auctioneer Tristram Belemore-Smith said: "The car dealer sold the Triumph Herald to a lady customer in 1961 and it was delivered to her home on a trailer.