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Cruise Control Switch Motorcraft Sw-5918 Fits 97-08 Ford F-150 on

US $175.31

Boulder, Colorado, United States

Boulder, Colorado, United States
Cruise Control Switch MOTORCRAFT SW-5918 fits 97-08 Ford F-150, US $175.31, image 1
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually SKU:MTC:SW5918 Fitment Footnotes:Green; Brand:Motorcraft Quantity Needed:1; Manufacturer Part Number:SW-5918 Interchange Part Number:SW8196, 1S10858 UPC:Does not apply

Aston Martin reveals the Cygnet city-car concept

Wed, 16 Dec 2009

Today we're getting a first peek at the curious pairing of Aston Martin and Toyota with the release of official pictures of the Aston Martin Cygnet concept. The car is being billed as a luxury commuter ride for urban areas. It's a Toyota iQ with a restyled front end with Aston Martin's styling cues.

BMW 1 Series dead in US after 2013

Fri, 18 Oct 2013

With its successor set to bow at the Detroit Auto Show in a couple of months' time, word's come down from BMW that 2013 will indeed be the end of the line for the BMW 1 Series — at least in the US. It will remain available elsewhere in the world as a three-door and five-door hatch. The coupe and convertible, meanwhile, are being replaced by the 2 Series, in convention with BMW's new naming scheme.

What the Future Holds, Nobody Knows

Tue, 22 Dec 2009

It's a testament to the talent, charisma and relative celebrity of Ian Callum, Derek Jenkins and Franz von Holzhausen - heads of Jaguar, Mazda and Tesla design, respectively - that they managed to captivate a crowd of industry insiders at the tail end of the Los Angeles Auto Show's second press-preview day. This despite being given a nebulous topic to discuss with a moderator who knew little about the subject. Dan Lyons, a technology columnist at Newsweek, oversaw the panel discussion that was to focus on "Tomorrow's Cars...Practical Transportation or Groundbreaking Design?" He asked only one question on that topic before digressing into a more general discourse on the design strategies of Jaguar, Mazda and Tesla.