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Vintage Yamaha Exciter Snowmobile Collectible Sticker Decal on


Saukville, Wisconsin, United States

Saukville, Wisconsin, United States

This is a collection of Yamaha snowmobile stickers and adhesives from somewhere in the past.I do not know how old these items are.All items are new/old stickers that have obviously never been installed and the original packaging is missing or as you can see has been torn open.I am unable to guarantee that the parts that are in opened packages are the actual parts,although I am almost positive that the part represent the correct stickers.The "EXCITER" part no. is #8A5-77356-00-00,one stripe is part no.#8F3-77113-00-00 and the other stripe part no. is #8F3-77114-00-00 (Qty.2 in the package).The Yamaha item depicting a Yamaha snowmobile is a iron on transfer.Thanks for looking and feel free to ask any questions,Mike.

Saab 9-3X – UK Prices announced

Wed, 06 May 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Saab 9-3X - UK Price announced We still don’t know what’s going to happen to Saab. According to recent reports, Fiat will take over Saab, but today there has been a denial of this by Saab’s boss, saying there are 10 suitors for Saab, none of whom are Fiat. We’ll have to wait and see.

Mini Paceman John Cooper Works (2013): first pictures

Wed, 12 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Here we have the answer to the question: 'what would a high-riding Mini coupe-cum-SUV four-seater hot hatch look like?' Granted, it's not a question many have asked, but that hasn't stopped Mini bringing us the Paceman John Cooper Works: all 215bhp of it. Is this the fastest Mini Paceman yet? As you'd expect, the JCW Paceman sits atop the range, thanks to its 215bhp 1.6-litre turbocharged engine.

Australia's Holden to cease production after 2017, GM says

Wed, 11 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

General Motors, in the latest blow to Australia's auto industry, will end vehicle and engine manufacturing and scale back engineering operations in the country by the end of 2017. The company's Holden unit, a mainstay in Australia for decades, cited the high cost of manufacturing in one of the world's smallest but most competitive markets and one that has also been upended by a steady rise in imports, mostly from southeast Asia. There has been widespread speculation of the move in recent days and earlier Tuesday, in Australia, GM officials said no decision had been made.