Used Original 1973-1973 Ford Mustang Front Valence Gravel Pan on 2040-parts.com
Lebanon, Tennessee, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Front
Up for bid is a good used front valence gravel pan removed from a 1973 Mustang Grande. This piece connects between the bottoms of the front fenders. Pan is in good shape and will need very little prep before installation. If you are looking to replace your damaged pan with original, non reproduction sheet metal, this piece is for you. Include $39.95 S/H
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Thu, 20 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800
The real product news from Chrysler wasn't on the stand at the Detroit auto show; it came from the mouth of CEO Sergio Marchionne. Marchionne ditched the standard industry maxim of not discussing future products during a series of interviews during the Detroit show. Here's a roundup of the details:
-- The replacement for the Dodge Caliber arrives late this year.
Fri, 12 Jun 2009 00:00:00 -0700
Volkswagen has announced the VW Touareg BlueMotion for the UK
Offering improved economy and lower emissions, the Touareg BlueMotion manages to drop in to a lower Co2 band by emitting 219g/km (a reduction from 244g/km on the V6 TDi) and it delivers 34mpg as opposed to 30.4mpg on the V7 TDi. These improvements have been achieved by the usual ECU tweaking, low rolling resistance tyres, some aerodynamic tweaks and a lower ride height (exactly the same sort of stuff that Ford has done on the EConetic range). And the penalty for the lower emissions and better economy is very slight, with the Touareg BlueMotion still managing the 0-60mph in 8.5 seconds and a top speed of 126mph.
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Mercedes S-Class production increased
We’ve reported recently on the strong sales Mercedes is enjoying with the new A-Class (and its swoopy-coupe sibling CLA), but it’s not just Mercedes compact cars that are flying out of showrooms. Mercedes has revealed it’s having to increase production at its plant in Sindelfingen by prolonging shifts by 74 minutes (after increasing them by 30 minutes earlier this year) in order to churn out enough S-Class cars to meet strong demand. But it’s not just the S-Class (as well as the A-Class cars) that are selling strongly, Mercedes are also upping production at Bremen to build more GLK and C-Class models.