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Suzuki S10 Sl125 K125 Yamaha Ya6 Kawasaki B1 Front Wheel White Wall Tire 3.00-16 on 2040-parts.com

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Bangyai, Nontaburi, Thailand

Bangyai, Nontaburi, Thailand
Condition:Remanufactured Brand:Suzuki Manufacturer Part Number:3.00-16

Suzuki S10 SL125 K125 Yamaha YA6 Kawasaki B1 Front Wheel White Wall Tire 3.00-16

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Mercedes E300 BlueTEC (2011/2012) revealed

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The Mercedes E300 BlueTEC - 70mpg and on sale late 2011 Just like every other car maker, Mercedes is trying to push ever more fuel efficient and low emitting cars to the market. The range of BlueEfficiency C Class and E Class are a good example, which should be a huge success. And they no doubt will be if Mercedes can solve the problems of the high-tech injectors giving up the ghost after a month or two.

Brief 5 – Sculpting: CDN–GM Interactive Design Competition

Fri, 15 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The Car Design News and General Motors Interactive Design Competition is now open. It offers you the choice of five briefs, each set by GM's design teams, and entries are invited at http://www.cardesigncontest.com/ Sculpting, the fifth and final brief, is new for this year's running of the design competition. The challenge is to explore automotive sculpting; the fundamental principles of line, form, proportion and scale.

Councils to cut roadworks red tape

Tue, 19 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

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