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Vw Split Bus Barndoor Hella Tail Light Lens Bubble Taillight 52-55 Rare Origina on 2040-parts.com

US $115.00
Location:

Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen, Denmark
Condition:Used

vw split bus barndoor Hella tail lights lens bubble taillight 52-55 rare origina

VW Cross Up! arrives ahead of Geneva 2013

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Victor Muller sells Spyker sports cars to CPP

Thu, 24 Feb 2011 00:00:00 -0800

Supercar maker Spyker is to be sold. Coventry-based coachbuilder CPP has announced a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to buy Spyker Cars from Spyker Cars N.V, the holding company which owns Spyker and Saab. No. Saab remains under the ownership of Dutch company Spyker Cars N.V. This sale is of Spyker, the manufacturer of flamboyantly detailed mid-engined supercars. CPP has been supplying chassis and body panels for Spyker since the brand was relaunched in 2000, and completed an agreement to handle full manufacturing of the current range in 2009 – the production of Spyker cars moved from the Netherlands to Coventry in 2010.   The MOU, valued at €32m, will mean that CPP Global Holdings Ltd will become manufacturer and owner of Spyker – €15m will be paid straight away, with the remaining €17m paid over a six year 'earn-out' period.

2014 Porsche Cayman gets a performance-testing iPhone app

Wed, 08 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

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