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Amphicar Door Panel Kit on 2040-parts.com

US $375.00
Location:

Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States

Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States
Condition:New Warranty:Yes

Amphicar yellow and white door panel kit. Includes 2 door panels, 2 rear panels and 2 kick panels. Also material to cover panels between rear panels and rear seat. Great fit and look. Easy to onstall and is also available in all Amphicar interior colors

Concept Car of the Week: Alfa Romeo BAT 7

Fri, 31 Aug 2012

This week sees the Concept of the Week title go to Alfa Romeo and Bertone for their collaboration on the Alfa Romeo BAT 7, the second addition to the BAT series that began in 1953 and finished in 1955. First seen at the 1954 Turin motor show, this wildly futuristic ‘dream' car came about after Alfa Romeo contacted Giuseppe "Nuccio" Bertone of the Bertone carrozeria to commission three concepts with the lowest possible drag coefficient. The cars were named BAT for "Berlinetta Aerodinamica Tecnica." Built upon the Alfa Romeo 1900 chassis, the BAT cars featured large rear bumpers and curved fins, and the concepts achieved a drag coefficient of just 0.19 - an impressive result.

2013 Skoda Octavia price & specs – costs from £15,990

Wed, 16 Jan 2013

Skoda has revealed prices and specifications for the new Octavia which will cost from £14,990 rising to £23,240. The new Skoda Octavia – Skoda’s new Octavia built on the new VW Golf platform – was revealed last month and goes on sale in March, so Skoda have had their abacus out to work out how much they want for a piece of new Octavia action. Starting point is the Octavia 1.2 TSi S which will cost £15,990, with the cheapest diesel – the Octavia 1.6 TDI S – starting at £18,040 and the range topping out with the Octavia 2.0 litre diesel Elegance at £23,240.

Porsche Macan (2014) first official pictures

Wed, 20 Nov 2013

By Damion Smy First Official Pictures 20 November 2013 05:00 Your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you: this Porsche SUV is the Macan. If it looks like big-brother Cayenne condensed, that’s no accident. The Macan is based on the Audi Q5, but it’s slightly longer, wider and lower.