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US $1,999.99
Location:

Glendale, California, United States

Glendale, California, United States
Condition:Used

YAMAHA R1 ENGINE MOTOR THIS ENGINE COME FROM NOT CRASHED MOTORCYCLE AND ENGINE CASING COVERS ARE IN PERFECT SHAPE USED FOR LESS THAN 2K MILES IS IN PERFECT RUNNING CONDITION WILL FIT YAMAHA R1 FROM 2015 TO 2016. LOCAL PICK UP WELCOME IM LOCATED IN GLENDALE CA 91206 I CAN DELIVER FOR FREE UP TO 200 MILES FROM ZIP 91206.

Bentley SUV – the Bentley Falcon – close to production decision

Mon, 21 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The Bentley SUV – expected to be called the Bentley Falcon – is close to being officially signed-off for production. Within a month of that report we heard that Bentley had decided to give their new SUV the Bentley Falcon‘ moniker – a clear sign VW had decided to produce the Bentley SUV – and now we learn that the EXP 9 F Concept is ready to be signed-off as a production model - albeit with substantial changes to is design. Wolfgang Schreiber, Bentley CEO, has told Automotive News that Bentley is now close to making official the decision to build the Falcon and that it will get a V8 under the bonnet, and possibly the option of a W12 too.

Lexus CT 200h: On sale now +video

Tue, 15 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Lexus CT 200h - Now on sale in the UK We’ve covered just about all there is to be covered on the Lexus CT 200h. Everything from back when it was a very gold Lexus LF-Ch on through the launch and right up to the release of the CT 200h UK prices. So we thought we may as well go the whole hog and let you know how keen Lexus are to make it clear that the CT 200h is now actually on sale in the UK.

Million Dollar Fiat: 1953 Zagato Fiat 8V Elaborata

Mon, 25 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Fiat's first, and only, V8 engine debuted at the 1952 Geneva Auto Show powering a sleek two-seater intended to dominate Ferrari, Maserati and Lancia in two-liter sports-car racing. The car was designated the 8V, or Otto Vu in Italian, because Fiat had mistakenly thought that Ford held a trademark on V8. Fiat's legendary design engineer Dante Giacosa mounted the upper portions of a pair of 70-degree V4 engines on a single crankcase to make the 1996-cc, OHV V8.