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Black Detachable Rotary Sissy Bar Luggage Rack Docking Latch Clip Kit For Harley on 2040-parts.com

US $12.98
Location:

Upland, California, United States

Upland, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:TCMT Material:Aluminium Alloy + Plastic Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:Sissy Bar Luggage Rack Latch Clips Color:Black Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply MPN:Does not apply Warranty:Yes UPC:Does not apply

WIN the last ever Volvo C30 on Twitter

Mon, 10 Jun 2013

The last ever Volvo C30 (pictured) is up for grabs in a Twitter competition The Volvo C30 has only been with us for seven years, but it’s made its mark. Perhaps the highest profile outing for the C30 was with a starring role in the Twilight films, which exposed the C30 to a very non-Volvo demographic, and made the C30 almost cool. But with Volvo’s new V40 hitting the roads, Volvo revealed they were ending production of the C30 and now they’ve decided they’re going to give away the very last C30 – an R-Design model with Polestar upgrades and an Ice White paint job – in a Twitter competition starting on 13th June.

Lotus Evora GTC ready to race

Fri, 11 May 2012

Lotus released the details of its Evora GTC race car on Friday, which just found its first customer in McMahon Raceworks with Condor Motorsport. The team will enter the car in the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series. The engine and the transmission of the GT4 Enduro version are carried over.

CAP call on Renault to include battery in Zoe price – when it would cost £25k

Fri, 05 Apr 2013

CAP has called on Renault to include the battery cost in the list price of the Renault Zoe EV, otherwise it won’t be able to set residual values. We reported recently on the price of the Renault Zoe EV – which starts at £18k – and were surprised to find that Renault weren’t including battery costs in the purchase price but charging and extra £70-93 a month for leasing them. That leads to a completely misleading headline price for the Zoe and, as used car price experts CAP say, is akin to Ford removing the engine costs from their cars to reduce list price.