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Vintage Rac 524 Timing Light In Package on 2040-parts.com

US $12.00
Location:

Sullivan, Ohio, US

Sullivan, Ohio, US
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 Nice vintage timing light in package.  I have no way to test but appears to be in very nice shape.  Please ask questions prior to bidding.

Porsche 911 testing in the extreme: Video

Mon, 05 Dec 2011

The new Porsche Carrera 911 might not look much different from the last-generation car. It might not even look much different from the first generation. That doesn't mean the company just flips a switch and the new version is born.

2014 Mercedes C-Class: OFFICIAL – and it looks like a proper baby S-Class

Mon, 16 Dec 2013

The 2014 Mercedes C-Class (pictured) looks like a proper baby S-Class The 2014 (or 2015 if you’re in the US) Mercedes C-Class has finally been officially revealed ahead of its debut at the Detroit Auto Show next month, and it looks to be a convincing take on a proper scaled-down S-Class. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});With Mercedes launching a more credible range of compact cars beneath the C-Class – with the new A-Class and CLA – targeting younger, funkier buyers, Mercedes has taken the C-Class from the ‘entry-’level’ real Mercedes to become a properly grwon up luxury saloon, just smaller than its E-Class and S-Class siblings. The new C-Class is wider, longer and has a longer wheelbase – with most of the extra 3 inches in the wheelbase benefiting the rear passengers – yet it’s lighter and more dynamic than the model it replaces, thanks in no small part to an aluminium hybrid body that now has up to 50 per cent aluminium in its panels.

Fiat 500C Prices announced – and the UK gets it first!

Fri, 27 Mar 2009

Fiat has announced UK Car Prices for the 500C - and the UK is the first in Europe to get the 500C [ad#ad-1] Fiat, on something of a roll at the moment, revealed the latest version of the terrific Fiat 500 – the convertible Fiat 500C – at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this month, and has now revealed prices for the UK. The Fiat 500C will be on the roads by the Summer in the UK – ahead of anywhere in Europe, including Italy – and will no doubt prove to be as successful as its tin-topped siblings. Starting point for the 500C is £11,300, rising to £14,100 for the high-spec ‘Lounge’ version.