Antique 1930s Chevrolet Spare Tire Hubcap Lock Chevy Hurd on 2040-parts.com
Fresno, California, United States
Antique 1930s Chevrolet Spare Tire Hubcap Lock. Item is in good working condition.
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Porsche has said that its new Macan SUV will come with four-cylinder engines – making it the first four-pot Porsche since 1995. Porsche engineer Antoon Janssen told MSN Cars: “There will be four-cylinder engines added to the range shortly. You will find out more details soon, but I can’t tell you any more.” On Bing: see pictures of the Porsche Macan New 2014 Porsche Macan revealed in LA The engines are likely to be both petrol and diesel, and from within the Volkswagen group.Fri, 23 Oct 2009
The CAterham CSR 175 revealed at Tokyo We reported a few weeks ago that with the economic crisis still enveloping car makers round the world the Tokyo Motor Show was going to be almost exclusively domestic. Just Lotus – who brought the limited edition Lotus Scura – and Alpina – who brought the LWB B7 – were expected to be there to represent the rest of the world. But Caterham – inheritors of Colin Chapman’s Lotus 7 heritage – took advantage of some cheap floor space and turned up with a new car – the Caterham CSR 175./p> The CSR is Caterham’s top of the range, and this CSR 175 slots in as the bottom of the top – if that makes sense.Mon, 30 May 2011
Monaco Grand Prix 2011 - it even had overtaking Far from being a long line of very expensive F1 cars following each other round the streets of the Grimaldi Empire, the 2011 Monaco Grand Prix was full of incident, accident and overtaking. Oh, and a dose of petulance too. Let’s cut to the chase: Vettel won yet again – from pole – and extended his lead to the point where many will say he’s un-catchable.