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Vintage Suzuki Samurai Transfer Case Transmission Dune Buggy 4x4 Sand Rail Mud on 2040-parts.com

C $400.00
Location:

Montreal, Canada

Montreal, Canada
Condition:Used Brand:Suzuki Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:Samurai

Vintage Suzuki Samurai transfer case in very good condition. I have clean it up for inspection. This will be ship with no oil. Shipping is for lower 48 states and Canada only. Thank you.

MG TF – finally built at Longbridge. Plus mystery MG

Mon, 02 Jun 2008 00:00:00 -0700

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 02 June 2008 12:18 After a series of twists, turns, delays and wildly ambitious claims more akin to a Miss Marple whodunnit, MG has finally built its first TFs at the Longbridge plant in the West Midlands. We've seen the first TF LE500 models at Longbridge and we hear they will be in dealers soon, priced at around £16,000.  What's changed since the last 2005 cars? These early pre-prototypes look virtually unchanged, but now come with a body-coloured hard-top, leather seats, air-con and improved interior plastics as standard.The cars pictured here have the new standard-fit glass rear screen, wind deflector, 16in alloys in shadow chrome or satin-black finish and the new piano black interior trim and revised dials.

1966 Austin Healey BJ8 joins Sports & Muscle lineup at Monterey

Wed, 06 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

A 1966 Austin Healey 3000 Mark 111 BJ8 is set to cross the block during the 11th-annual Russo and Steele Sports & Muscle Monterey Auction Event, Aug. 18-20. The BJ8 has been through a total body restoration via Kurt Tanner Restorations.

Swedish raincoat company teases Volvo Concept Estate

Fri, 21 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Volvo has brought the station wagon back to America; one small slice of the automotive continuum has been set to right. But the new V60 is a rather slinky, sporty thing, far removed from the box-plus-box-equals-box machines of the wagon's Stateside heyday. If this glimpse of the Swedish brand's new Concept Estate is any indication, do not expect a reversion to angularity when the next generation of cars arrives.