Winch Cable 3/16" 45.9' Replacement Steel Exterior Part Accessory Supply Auto on 2040-parts.com
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Winch Cable 3/16" 45.9' Replacement Steel Exterior Part Accessory Supply Auto
Replacement Steel Cable for KFI 2500-3500 Series Winch Kit
- Winch Cable 3/16" 45.9' By Kfi Products Atv-Cbl-3K
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Wed, 28 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700
The new Ford Mustang (pictured) was much in demand. The new Ford Mustang effectively went on sale in Europe at the UEFA Champions League final at the weekend, and it was an overwhelming success for Ford. Not only did Ford get the first 500 registrations – enough for the entire initial European offering – in the first 30 seconds, it ended up with a total of 9,300 registrations during the match, and Ford say the lucky 500 ‘winners’ – 130 of them in the UK – will be notified in the next few weeks if they’re getting a new Mustang.
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