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Twin Commander Jack Pads on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Yukon, Oklahoma, United States

Yukon, Oklahoma, United States
Condition:Used

I was issued these when I worked at a Twin comm. Service center.  I don't need them anymore and would like to sell them to someone who could use them. The part number for them is 170017-7 and they do come as a pair. Thanks for looking.

Concept Car of the Week: Honda Unibox (2001)

Fri, 27 Sep 2013

The Tokyo motor show is famous for unusual concepts and the 2001 edition didn't disappoint, featuring some of the weirdest yet. Nissan unveiled the Nails, Toyota its Pod and Isuzu the Zen, but Honda had arguably the most intelligent concept there – the Unibox. With its square shape, truss aluminum frame, wooden floor and flat, glazed walls the Unibox sits on the fence between automobile and architecture.

Scrappage helps UK car sales in October

Thu, 05 Nov 2009

Scrappage Scheme sales accounted for 20% of sales in October Despite our reservations about the Scrappage Scheme, it does seem that it has inspired buyers in to showrooms in the last few months. And October has recorded a year on year increase of 31.6%, although total car sales are still down over 12% on 2008 figures. October saw a big rise in new cars sales to private buyers with sales rocketing by 86%, and there were rises in the fleet and business market.

Fiat Panda 4×4 Antarctica celebrates 30 years and 500,000 Pandas

Wed, 22 Jan 2014

Fiat Panda 4×4 Antarctica (pictured) celebrates 30 years and 500,000 Pandas If you’ve never driven a Fiat Panda – especially the Panda 100hp or Panda 4×4 – you’re missing out on a whole heap of fun; as an urban warrior and nippy little runaround there’s little to beat it still. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});So with Fiat are celebrating 30 years of the Panda – and 500,000 sales – with a new limited edition Fiat Panda 4×4 Antarctica – which comes with extra kit and a choice of engines – now could b e a good time to grab yourself a bit of budget Italian fun. With a name like Antarctica it’s no surprise the only choice of colour for this special edition Panda 4×4 is white, although you do get a black roof, orange detailing and 15″ alloys to break up the white body.