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Yamaha Four Stroke Trim Tilt Unit on

US $700.00

North Port, Florida, United States

North Port, Florida, United States

Yamaha outboard trim/tilt unit. Part number 63P-43800-03-00. Retail $1937.88. Came off of a 2009 F150. Fits Yamaha four stroke engines 115-250 hp. Also fits HPDI. Unit is in good working condition with no leaks.

Ferrari testing LaFerrari at Nurburgring (video)

Thu, 26 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Ferrari testing LaFerrari at Nurburgring We’ve had plenty of information from the Nurburgring on the new McLaren P1, and the new Porsche 918 has broken the Nurburgring lap record, but until now, despite a reveal at the Geneva Motor Show, we’ve had nothing from Ferrari on the LaFerrari. Yes, we know Ferrari have been running LaFerrari round their own track, but McLaren and Porsche have been taking on the Nurburgring for some time with their hyper supercar offerings, but now it seems Ferrari are playing catch-up. What is a bit ofdd is that despite LaFerrari being presented to the public in production guise at Geneva, Ferrari feel the need to cover LaFerrari ion swirly black and white camouflage.

New MG: Is this the MG2?

Mon, 22 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Is this a new mini MG - the MG2? Despite it looking at one point last year as if MG – certainly in the UK – was close to biting the dust, we now know that the SAIC Roewe 550 will be made in the UK and sold throughout Europe as the MG6 in hatchback form and the MG5 as a saloon. But now we’re getting news from China that there is a mini MG in the pipeline – the MG2 – and that this car will be turning up as soon as the Beijing Motor Show as an MG and not – as is usual for SAIC – as a Roewe which then spawns an MG.

Hyundai rules out separate premium brand

Fri, 01 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Hyundai Motor Co. has ruled out spinning off the Genesis or Equus nameplates to create an independent premium brand along the lines of Lexus or Infiniti, partly because of the enormous cost involved and possible image damage to sibling nameplates. "There are no plans for Hyundai to make a separate brand," Vice Chairman Shin Jong-Woon said in an interview Friday at the carmaker's headquarters in Seoul, South Korea.