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Sunnen, Goodson Cr-25 Chamfering Tool Chamfers Journal Rods on 2040-parts.com

US $40.00
Location:

Cape Girardeau, Missouri, US

Cape Girardeau, Missouri, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:SUNNEN Manufacturer Part Number:CR-25 Warranty:No

SELLING SUNNEN CR-25 CHAMFERING TOOL FOR CHAMFERING JOURNAL END OF CON-RODS..

Ferrari 550 Barchetta Zagato GTZ sells at Bonhams

Wed, 08 Dec 2010 00:00:00 -0800

The Ferrari 550 Barchetta Zagato GTZ - fetched £350k at Bonhams Regular readers may remember that we exclusively reported that Zagato were working on five Ferrari 550 Barchettas to create the Ferrari 550 GTZ just over a year ago. That report caused all sorts of grief as Zagato and their photographer threatened us with all manner of hellfire and brimstone for spoiling their secret. The resulting grief meant we had to take down their photos, but our story stood.

How Lumiscaphe software delivers for Eagle Ottawa

Mon, 14 Nov 2011 00:00:00 -0800

Real-time visualization software is transforming the speed and ease with which design teams can develop interior proposals, saving time and money in the process, as Lumiscaphe's visualization designer and Eagle Ottawa China's Design Director of the Asia Pacific region discussed with Car Design News. "Until very recently we relied purely on flat and trimmed leather samples and photography when visiting clients," explains Erik Vogas, Eagle Ottawa China's Director of Design, Marketing and Innovation in Shanghai. "Physical samples are always the most compelling, but we are also impacted by the timing and cost constraints of creating those samples.

Ford to triple production of EcoBoost engines by 2015

Fri, 11 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Ford EcoBoost Engine production to increase In another clear sign of engine downsizing by car makers Ford has announced it will triple production of its EcoBoost engines in Europe by 2015. The petrol engine is fighting back against hybrids and diesels with downsizing and forced induction creating petrol engines that work more pleasingly than  diesels – and with lower particulate emissions – whilst delivering proper performance and levels of economy that would have been unthinkable just a few years ago. Ford is in the vanguard of this mainstream push to make petrol engines relevant even in a car world dictated by government CO2 targets (which aren’t really CO2 targets , they’re official economy targets) and they’re planning to triple production of their very good range of EcoBoost engines in Europe over the next three years.