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Fall River, Massachusetts, United States

Fall River, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Terminal Gender:Male SKU:STD:CCA1097 Terminal Type:Pin Brand:Standard Terminal Quantity:10 Manufacturer Part Number:CCA1097 NPS:Q Engineering Name:Standard Cruise Control Switch Quantity Needed:1; AAIA Part Type Description:4548 Interchange Part Number:1S10109, 53-14253, SW7502 Product Description - Short - 20:Cruise Cntrl Switch Connector Gender:Female UPC:Does not apply

VW Touareg (2010 / 2011) revealed

Wed, 10 Feb 2010

Volkswagen has revealed the 2010 VW Touareg It’s not too hard to work out we’re coming up to one of the major motor shows on the calendar. The reveals are starting to speed up – this time with the Volkswagen Touareg in it’s new clothes. But it’s not just new clothes the Touareg is wearing, there’s lots more going on under the skin as well. A bit longer than the original, the 2010/2011 Touareg has had a major visual overhaul.

Formula 1 2012: The Cars [w/video]

Tue, 07 Feb 2012

Nine of the 12 Formula 1 teams have released images and details of their cars for the 2012 World Championship as the first day of pre-season testing draws to a close at the Jerez circuit in Spain. Motor sport may fall slightly outside of Car Design News' usual remit, but the big story this year is the new 'stepped nose', which all teams bar McLaren have introduced to comply with new safety regulations, much to the chagrin of aestheticists. And with designers such as Daniel Simon (he produced the livery for HRT last season) and Peter Stevens (most notable for the Brabham cars of the 1980s) involved with the sport over the years, it's always interesting to check out the season's new machines.

McLaren F1 LM Prototype on show at Geneva Motor Show

Mon, 04 Mar 2013

The McLaren F1 LM Prototype is heading for display at the Geneva Motor Show as McLaren try to out do Ferrari in the history stakes. McLaren are taking the prototype for the F1 LM – the McLaren XP1 LM – to Geneva for its first ever trip outside the UK (it’s owned by McLaren and was promised to Lewis Hamilton if he won three F1 world championships with McLaren. He didn’t) and will have it on show as part of McLaren’s 50th anniversary celebrations.