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Warn 500 Lb Capacity Hand Held Portable Pulling Tool Drill Winch Power Drill on 2040-parts.com

US $179.99
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Grand Rapids, Minnesota, United States

Grand Rapids, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Brand:WARN Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:910500 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Surface Finish:NA

Mini John Cooper Works WRC: the roll cage in detail

Wed, 06 Jul 2011

Mini claims it’s created the safest WRC car ever – with a little help from Prodrive.  And to prove the point, they’ve opened up the Mini Countryman WRC’s innards and spilled some of the secrets of its rollcage. The Countryman racer is stripped and fitted with a new type of rollcage designed by Prodrive. Its beams curve outwards and the Banbury engineers say it has been designed to withstand impacts much better than the straight crossbeams used in most WRC cars.

Vauxhall planning City Car

Tue, 08 Dec 2009

The 2004 Opel TRIXX Concept With the world and his dog seemingly trying to squeeze in to smaller and smaller cars, it should come as no surprise that Vauxhall/Opel’s new boss in Europe – Nick Reilly – says that the number one priority for GM in Europe is a new City Car. After all, what was once considered as small as you need to go – the Corsa or the Agila – seems something of a heffalump compared to many of the city cars flooding in to our cities. So how far down the line are Vauxhall with their City Car plans?

Jaguar F-Type Paris Motor Show debut: Official

Fri, 10 Aug 2012

We already knew that the new Jaguar F-Type would get its production debut at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, but now it’s official. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Jaguar has mastered the ‘launch’ of a new car in the digital age, with endless teaser photos and videos, trickles of information, official ‘Spy’ photos and tempting new little revelations at appropriate intervals. And that process has been exactly the path the arrival of the new Jaguar F-Type has followed, from the F-Type Coupe as the C-X16 Concept through to the camouflaged F-Type Roadsters we’ve seen on film, on video and in the flesh.