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2003 Chevy Blazer Ls 4.3l Vortex Engine on 2040-parts.com

US $120,000.00
Location:

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
2003 Chevy Blazer LS 4.3L Vortex Engine, US $120,000.00, image 1

Parting out 2003 Chevy Blazer LS 4.3L Vortex with 85,000 original miles on engine.

Porsche Cayenne hits 250,000 sales

Fri, 06 Mar 2009

“Absolute sacrilege”, they cried, when Porsche announced it was to make an SUV. “Too ugly to drive”, said Clarkson, despite his obvious incredulity at its abilities. Yet despite its inauspicious start in life, the Porsche Cayenne has gone on to be a huge success for Porsche, and the 250,000th Porsche Cayenne has just rolled off the production line at Porsche’s Leipzig plant..

Jaguar XJ Review (2013 MY): 3.0 litre Diesel Portfolio

Sun, 09 Dec 2012

We’ve got the 2013 MY Jaguar XJ in Portfolio trim with the 3.0 litre diesel engine and the new eight-speed gearbox and stop-start in for review and road test. But even though it’s changed little in the three years since it debuted, the XJ has changed minds about what a big Jaguar saloon should be; no longer the staid old man’s carriage of choice with a pipe holder in the centre console, but instead a stand-out car in its sector with better dynamics than anything else. The looks have grown on a sceptical public too, and the XJ is now viewed as a real Jaguar; it doesn’t garner crowds as it did in the early days, but it’s still a car that passing strangers feel warrants comment, comments which have always been¬†complimentary¬†when the big Jag has been with us.

Volvo is working on cordless charging for electric cars

Thu, 31 Oct 2013

Imagine not having to actually exit and plug in your electric car (assuming you have an electric car to plug in), and instead just parking it over a special parking spot. That's the promise of a new technology that Volvo is working on, and if taken to the mass market once made commercially viable, it means electric cars will be able to recharge just by sitting over a charger built into the parking spot's surface. That would certainly eliminate the need for those bulky upright chargers that are spreading around the country.