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Ssi Can Am Ds450 Partial Graphics Sticker Kit Gncc Chris Bithell Holz Itp Dwt on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

Auburn, Pennsylvania, United States

Auburn, Pennsylvania, United States
THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE KIT YOU ONLY GET WHAT YOU SEE NEW OLD STOCK. SEE PHOTOS. Sticker has crease in it; price reflects this.
Brand:SSI Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right Manufacturer Part Number:DS450

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Englon TXN from Geely. The new London Taxi? No Chance.

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Englon TXN by Geely - supposedly on Tower Bridge A couple of weeks ago we regaled you with the sorry story of the London Cab falling in to Chinese hands. It wasn’t the most shocking story considering how feeble the London Cab has become in comparison to newer offerings like the Mercedes Taxi – which is taking a big chunk of sales from the traditional cab – but still sad to see the iconic London Taxi end up this way. London Taxis International already sourced most of the parts for the TX4 from China and just bolted them together here.

A look at Chrysler future products

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Jaguar Crossover could be the Q-Type or XQ

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