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Vintage Chevrolet Chevy Pickup Truck Car Gm Delco Am Push Button Radio 16002110 on

US $20.00

Medfield, Massachusetts, United States

Medfield, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:Used Brand:GM Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:16002110 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Placement on Vehicle:Front Return Number:995989 Surface Finish:METAL SERIAL NUMBER:1019189

2009 Mini Convertible Springs In

Fri, 28 Nov 2008 00:00:00 -0800

It’s been a bit of a ‘Mini-Fest’ this week, what with the Mini E in Berlin and the news that the Mini is the least depreciating car in the UK. And now we have the first official images of the new Mini Convertible, due to hit showrooms in Spring 2009. Based of course on the latest Mini, the convertible keeps the familiar face, but has a raised shoulder line to accommodate the soft-top.

Renault buys Caterham out of the joint Alpine sports car venture

Tue, 10 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Renault buys Caterham out of the joint Alpine sports car venture It’s more than eighteen months since Renault and Caterham joined forces to create a new breed of sports cars around the Alpine brand. Renault say the arrangement is a mutual one and officially brings to an end the joint venture, and that the business will be renamed Société des Automobiles Alpine this month, although Renault aren’t excluding further ventures with Caterham in the future. The split means that the Alpine project will now be a purely Renault one, and Renault are planning to get their Alpine to market by 2016.

CDR Insight Quarterly – Q1 2013

Wed, 23 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Car Design Research Insight Quarterly – Q1 2013 Independent consultancy, Car Design Research's 'Insight Quarterly' looks at the latest trends in the automotive design world and beyond, four times each year. Currently distributed to a handful of their design contacts in the industry, we'll be running these quarterlies to highlight the latest trends and insights from a firm who work regularly and closely with the design groups of many major OEMs. In this year's first Insight Quarterly, the team highlight the notion of 'designing for export'.