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2001 To 2005 Bmw 325xi/330xi Carpeted Floor Mats - Factory Oem Items - Black on 2040-parts.com

US $119.00
Location:

Lexington, Kentucky, US

Lexington, Kentucky, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Return policy details:All returns must be in unused condition AND in original packaging. If either condition is not met no refund can be given. Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Country of Manufacture:United States Brand:BMW Manufacturer Part Number:82110026591 Placement on Vehicle:Array Surface Finish:ANTHRACITE (BLACK) CARPET Part Brand:FACTORY OEM

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The Pontiac Firebird hits the streets: Autoweek archives

Thu, 13 Oct 2011

In 1967, General Motors launched its answer to the Ford Mustang--the Chevrolet Camaro. Based on that same unibody chassis, Pontiac rolled out its entrant, the Firebird. In this issue of Autoweek from February 1967, we have the pictures and engine specs on the "new" Pontiac.

Infiniti M35h vs Panamera Hybrid: The winner is…

Tue, 24 Jan 2012

Infiniti M35h vs Panamera Hybrid Yesterday we brought you a teaser video for a drag race between the Infiniti M35h Hybrid and Porsche Panamera S Hybrid. Guess who won? It seemed pretty clear that Infiniti knew their M35h hybrid had the edge over the Porsche Panamera S Hybrid before they went ahead and set up a drag race to prove their point.

Mercedes S600 Pullman – 6 versions planned?

Mon, 12 Dec 2011

New Mercedes S600 Pullman rendered The Mercedes S600 Pullman – arriving in 2013/14 to replace the unloved Maybach – will come in a range of six versions. The demise of Maybach has finally been confirmed, with Mercedes-Benz deciding to concentrate its Rolls and Bentley bashing plans on the S-Class, with plans to add a range-topping Pullman model to the new S-Class when it arrives in 2013. We had thought it likely that Mercedes would offer just a proper halo S Class Pullman in the shape of an S600 Pullman with a thumping great V12 nestling up front.