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Sti Hd6 14" Wheels Blue/black 32" Kanati Mongrel Tires Suzuki Kingquad on 2040-parts.com

US $1,047.92
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Middleport, New York, United States

Middleport, New York, United States
Condition:New Brand:STI Wheels / GBC Tires Wheel Diameter:14" Manufacturer Part Number:STHD6RBK14x7+32KM1 Wheel Finish:Radiant Blue/Black Wheel Widths (F/R):7" / 7" Wheel Bolt Pattern:4/110 Wheel Offsets (F/R):5+2 / 5+2 Tire Height:32" Tire Widths (F/R):10" Tire Rating:8 Ply DOT Approved:Yes Tire Tread Depth:0.59" Tire Construction:Radial Wheel Type:Non-Beadlock

Who's Where: Ken Okuyama parts company with Pininfarina

Fri, 15 Sep 2006 00:00:00 -0700

Pininfarina, the Turin, Italy-based automotive styling house, has announced that its design director, Ken Okuyama, has left the company. In a tersely-worded statement Pininfarina said, "The Company's decision comes as a result of the various external activities Ken Okuyama was carrying out beyond his responsibilities within Pininfarina." Ken Okuyama had been Design Director at Pininfarina since July 2005. During this time, Okuyama's most high-profile work was the Maserati Birdcage prototype, created to celebrate 75th anniversary of the Italian styling house.

Mercedes McLaren SLR Stirling Moss unveiled

Mon, 22 Dec 2008 00:00:00 -0800

By Ben Pulman First Official Pictures 22 December 2008 10:46 Mercedes has ignored the credit crunch – and the plethora of other special edition SLRs – and launched the €750,000 (c. £710k) SLR Stirling Moss speedster as a farewell tribute to its McMerc supercar. Just 75 will be built and each will pack 641bhp.

McLaren P1 (2013) CAR's race-speed Goodwood ride

Tue, 05 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The McLaren P1 leaves the startline like a shard of shrapnel riding the percussion wave of an explosion. It needs high-definition slow-mo to describe it, like those films of a bullet shattering an apple, or the slow-motion shots of an F1 car skipping over a kerb, front wing flexing, tyres deflecting, all that physics captured in beautiful, drowsy detail. In my mind, when I re-live the first moments of my ride up the Goodwood hillclimb in McLaren’s new hypercar, I see the release of energy in the same 1500-frames-per-second style.