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Camloc Kit 4200 Series #5 Studs Grommets Receptacles & Lock Rings 24 Sets on 2040-parts.com

US $77.99
Location:

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Condition:New Brand:kaynar Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:244-16C Country of Manufacture:United States

Your photo is your actual goods, 24 sets including #5 length studs 40S5-5's lock rings p/n R4G-2 grommet flush p/n 40G10 and lastly, encapsulated or environmentally sealed floating receptacles. All pcs. have a cad plate finish. Ask any questions you may have, If you need more, just ask, thanks for looking. Note, postage rate quotes are domestic and USA, overseas buyers please ask about your rate.

Hyundai ix20 photo

Tue, 14 Sep 2010

The Hyundai x20 - First Photo In its quest to take over the world, Hyundai has revealed – well, we now have a photo instead of the tease sketch we got at the start of the month – the Hyunda ix20, a small MPV/Crossover which is actually just about ready to roll – Hyundai say it will go on sale in the UK in November. So, it’s an all new MPV from Hyundai; little brother to the ix35? Sort of.

MINI E takes on the Nurburgring +video

Tue, 13 Apr 2010

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Aston Martin One-77 (2009) wins top design prize at Villa d’Este

Mon, 27 Apr 2009

By Tim Pollard (photography by Mike Goodbun) First Official Pictures 27 April 2009 10:39 It’s having a long drawn-out gestation, but Aston Martin’s One-77 supercar made its world show debut at this weekend’s Villa d’Este, where it scooped the top prize for concept cars and prototypes. We’ll forgive you if you thought the One-77 had already been unveiled, but the car at Geneva was a technical cutaway rolling chassis – the first finished car is the one show in our photos above. The One-77 won more than 30% of the votes among the eight cars entered in its category.