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1969 Pontiac Grand Prix Main Air Duct A/c Heater Hvac Vent Dash Plastic Oem Gm on

US $129.00

Tehachapi, California, United States

Tehachapi, California, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:Blower Motor Ducting 9795925 J SJ 400 428 RA TRIM Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Placement on Vehicle:Right, Front Part Brand:GM Warranty:No Country of Manufacture:United States

Here`s a Used OEM 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix Main Dash Air Duct for Heater/A/C. GM # 9795925, Fits 1969 Grand Prix J or SJ. This has NO Holes or Cracks. Measures About 35" Long. Overall Very Good Used/Usable Condition. Perfect for Your Classic GM Ride. Calif. Parts- $39 FEDEX Shipping.

AC Cars and Zagato launch 378 GT Zagato

Thu, 15 Mar 2012

AC Cars, working in collaboration with Italian design house Zagato, has announced its new sports car, the AC 378 GT Zagato. The launch was revealed at last week's Geneva motor show, where the production version of the Aston Martin V12 Zagato – which was, in fact designed in-house by Aston Martin in the UK – was being displayed on the British carmaker's stand. The car is instantly recognizable as a Zagato-designed car, with minimalist, organic surfacing and key features such as the C-pillar/rear window crossover.

Aston Martin Vantage GT4 2011 updates

Sun, 28 Nov 2010

Aston Martin Vantage GT4 2011 updates Aston Martin’s Vantage for the track – the Aston Martin Vantage GT4 – has only been racing for a couple of years. But in that short time Aston Martin has managed to shift more than 80 GT4s to customers and the GT4 has become the most successful car in its class, with wins at the Spa 24 hours, Nurburgring 24 hours and others. But resting on your laurels is no way to continue being on top so, despite – or perhaps because of – the GT4′s success, Aston Martin has wheeled out updates for 2011 to keep the GT4 on top of its game.

News watch March 2012: today's auto industry news

Fri, 30 Mar 2012

Welcome to CAR Magazine's news aggregator as we round up the daily stories in the auto industry. Top tip: news summaries are added from the top hour-by-hour Friday 30 March 2012• Fiat is suffering from its decision to suspend new product innovation during the recession, argues ANE. It is losing ground on account of delays to its Punto range, which won't be replaced until 2014, and the ageing Bravo, which was launched in 2007 and has no successor in sight (Automotive News Europe)• Mercedes plans to build the new four-door coupe spun off the A- and B-class architecture at its new Hungarian factory (Automotive News Europe)• Opel denies rumours it may sell the Eisenach factory in east Germany where it builds the Corsa supermini (Automotive News Europe)• Mercedes is cutting the time it takes to build a car from 43 hours in 2008 to nearer 30 hours by 2015, according to production boss Wolfgang Bernhard.