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US $300.00
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Edge programmer for dodge cummins ram 6.7 liter factory reconditioned and upgraded with display still in the box not been installed

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New BMW 6 Series Convertible (2011) spied

Tue, 15 Jun 2010

The new BMW 6 Series Convertible gets a little less camouflage The replacement for the BMW 6 Series has been running around the world in a swirl of black and white camouflage for so long it will need a facelift before it launches. But the camouflage is gradually being reduced as the launch gets closer – perhaps even at Paris this year. We’ve had the speculation this last week that the new 6 series is the production version of the Gran Coupe Concept from BMW.

Video: CDN-GM Interactive Design Competition featured by Faces of GM

Wed, 18 Jan 2012

‘Faces of GM', one of General Motor's social media initiaives, tells the story of the people behind the brands of GM. Its latest video features our recent collaborative contest, the CDN-GM Interactive Design Competition. It stars several of the winning students as well as the prize giving event which took place on the Cadillac stand at the North America International Auto Show in Detroit last week.

Peugeot Citroen idles Slovak factory over falling orders

Thu, 20 Oct 2011

PSA to halt production of 207 & C3 Picasso in Slovakia The news that Peugeot Citroen (PSA) is to suspend production at its factory in Trnava, Western Slovakia, as orders for cars fall away, is another sign of the impending gloom in the Euro zone car industry. PSA has revealed that the Trnava factory – which produces the Peugeot 207 and Citroen C3 Picasso – will be shut from October 28th to November 18th (a period which does include two bank holidays) as orders start to fall away and production exceeds demand. But this announcement seems to be the tip of the iceberg for PSA’s factory closures.