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03-07 Honda Accord Factory Radio 6 Cd 7by1 Control Panel Dual Ac / Heater C56035 on


Williamson, Georgia, United States

Williamson, Georgia, United States
Comes with a 30 day warranty!!! Face Plate replacement only; no actual radio is included. Please be sure to verify your part number matches or this may not work for you.
Brand:Honda Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:7BY1 Part Brand:Honda Warranty:Yes Placement on Vehicle:Front Surface Finish:Black Honda:C56035-L

Seat confirms new SUV model: is Skoda next?

Wed, 26 Mar 2014

By Ollie Kew and Damion Smy Motor Industry 26 March 2014 13:00 Seat has officially announced today that it is developing an all-new compact SUV model to join the Spanish outfit’s range in 2016. Seat says that the new SUV is already two years into development at the company’s Martorell technical facility in Spain. The as yet unnamed car is likely to share engines and platform with other ‘compact SUVs’ made by parent company, Volkswagen Group, such as the next-gen VW Tiguan and Audi Q3, which will use the MQB modular architecture.

Electric car sales DOWN 20% in 2012 – time to scrap subsidies for EVs?

Mon, 08 Oct 2012

The SMMT are reporting that sales of electric cars in the UK have fallen by 20 per cent in the year to date (2012). Despite every green evangelist proclaiming that electric cars are the way to save the planet from imminent doom, UK car buyers obviously disagree. Despite a taxpayer bribe of £5000 to buy an over-priced electric car, car buyers have not exactly taken to the EV in droves.

Porsche 911 50 Years Edition celebrates the 911′s half century

Tue, 04 Jun 2013

The Porsche 911 50 Years Edition (pictured) celebrates half a century of the 911 If you’d guessed how much the Porsche 911 would change in the coming years when it was first launched in 1963, there’s a pretty strong chance you’d have decided the shape would change out of all recognition and the engine would move from the back to the front. But you’d have been wrong. The Porsche 911, perhaps more than any other car ever made, has evolved over its 50 years of life instead of being replaced by a new and ‘better’ car.