2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Gxp 5.3l on 2040-parts.com
Rock Island, IL, United States
Motor is Used Does Run is Still All Complete...177,000 This does have ECU and Wire Harness Ready to be Dropd In $675.00 Firm
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Show Review: 100% Design TokyoFri, 04 Jan 2008
Tokyo held its design week late last year, overlapping with the tail-end of the auto show. Though thankfully easier to get to than that, what you get is a bit different to expectations. Japanese are noted for the effort they give presentation: it's in their dress, their language, in how they wrap gifts in stores and serve food in restaurants.
Mitsubishi to build new family of vehicles in U.S.Mon, 17 Jan 2011
Mitsubishi will assemble a new family of vehicles at its Illinois plant within two years, a source familiar with the company's plans said. The vehicles will be based on the platform underpinning the Outlander and Outlander Sport crossovers and Lancer sedan, the source said. Those models are assembled in Japan.
Hot Wheels and Icon in sandbox battleWed, 06 Jun 2012
As first reported by Jeff Glucker of Hooniverse, the toymaker Mattel has been accused of infringing on a trademark held by the low-volume vehicle builder Icon 4X4. Icon claims that a Hot Wheels toy being distributed worldwide is based on its Icon FJ40—which itself is based on the Toyota FJ40—and that Hot Wheels' use of Icon's design, promotional materials and the name “FJ40” violates trademarks held by Icon. In its response to Tuesday's Hooniverse post, Hot Wheels claimed that the toy is not based on the Icon FJ40, and that it has the right to use the term “FJ40” despite Icon's trademark.