Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Vintage 1981 Orbex Mug-buoy Coaster-buoy Boat Camper Drink Holder Model 500 on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Duluth, Minnesota, United States

Duluth, Minnesota, United States
Box is worn, scuffed, bent. Has some soiling of the Coaster-Buoy.
Brand:Bar-Buoy Orbex Manufacturer Part Number:500 UPC:026337005006

I am offering a vintage 1981 Orbex Mug-Buoy/Coaster-Buoy.     Model 500.    For use in boat/camper to keep drink level.    Box is worn, scuffed, bent.    Has some soiling/staining on the Coaster-Buoy.  

Free shipping and handling in the United States.  

I try to ship within one business day after payment is received, so shipping is usually FAST!

I have many, many other great items listed, so please check them out and consider adding me as one of your favorite sellers!!

Thanks for looking and happy bidding!!

Koenigsegg teases Agera One:1 hypercar with 1,340hp

Mon, 10 Feb 2014

Koenigsegg has released the first official image of its new Agera One:1 hypercar, set to make its world debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show next month. Based on the Swedish firm’s Agera R model, the One:1 concept produces a whopping 1,340hp and weighs 1,340kg, meaning the car has a power-to-weight ratio of 1,000hp per tonne. That’s a lot.

One Lap of the Web: Bonneville Salt Flats, Suzuki concepts and Porsches for all

Fri, 25 Oct 2013

Petrolicious is hanging with Bob Sirna, Bonneville Salt Flats competitor, and his Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing. Sirna has been coming to Bonneville for the last 12 years with his SL, which is probably more suited to a museum stand. Sirna likes to say, “Enjoy your toys,” but we hope he has a nice coat of Rustoleum on there.

Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo on the move (video)

Tue, 11 Dec 2012

As a clear sign that the Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo is heading for production, we have a new video of the Sport Turismo in detail. That view is reinforced with the arrival from Porsche of video of the Panamera Sport Turismo on the move and input from a pair of talking heads – Advanced Design Style man Mitja Borkert and Michael Mauer, head of the Porsche Design Studio – giving us an insight in to the thinking behind the Sport Turismo. ‘Good design is important, because everyone loves beautiful things’, says Mitja Borkert, although some would say that function has been more important than form for Porsche in the past.