ATVs for Parts for Sale
- 2011 ktm 350 sxf shift drum(US $50.00)
- Triton predator 8x8 atv amphibious vehicle kubota diesel 31 hours argo mudd-ox
- Banshee spindle rims(US $325.00)
- 1987 honda trx 125 atv
- Cfmoto parts, cf moto cf625-6(z6ex) parking cable(US $38.70)
- Cfmoto parts, cf moto cf625-6(z6ex) steering tie rod assembly(US $82.00)
Aston Martin has announced it is to recall 16,825 cars globally to rectify an issue that has emerged with the throttle pedal of its cars. Models built between November 2007 and October 2013 will be recalled, the firm says, because they “may exhibit a defect in the throttle pedal”. Aston Martin V12 Vantage S review (2013 onwards) Driving the Lord Mayor’s Show in an Aston Martin This includes 1,382 right-hand drive cars built between May 2012 and 3 October 2013, plus 15,443 left-hand drive cars built between 11 November 2007 and 3 October 2013.Wed, 08 Aug 2012 00:00:00 -0700
The Toyota Yaris Hybrid – Europe’s answer to the Prius C – joins Europcar Car Hire as the perfect choice for visiting London. Perhaps Europcar should have got the Toyota Yaris Hybrid on to their fleet a little earlier considering the number of visitors in London at the moment? But in future, visitors to London wanting a hire car will be able to opt for the Yaris Hybrid and save themselves London Congestion Charging.
Cash-for-clunkers gems: Corvettes, Camaros, Mustangs and one infamous Bentley meet the end of the roadTue, 29 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700
By now, the high-profile casualties of cash-for-clunkers are well documented: a Bentley Continental R and an Aston Martin DB7 Volante from 1997 and a 1985 Maserati Quattroporte all perished under the government-funded incentive program. But scratching beneath the surface reveals that scores of everyday enthusiast rides such as Mustangs, Camaros and even some Corvettes met ignominious endings by having their engines destroyed and their bodies crushed. While it’s likely that many of the nearly 700,000 clunkers turned in actually were at the end of their roads, the final report released by the government reveals the demise of plenty of affordable, likely still-fixable cars that could have been enjoyed by collectors of all ages.