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- Cessna 182 muffler
- Lycoming o235c o290d o320 o360 o540 generator repair kit fits 1101891 delco remy(US $34.00)
- Vane type cast aluminum pitot tube, mooney, others, non heated(US $48.00)
- Lycoming o540 magneto drive coupling, reconditioned, pn 73000(US $44.00)
- Allison rolls royce a250 c18 helicopter engine combustion liner
- Allison rolls royce a250 c20 c20b helicopter turbine engine igniter cable
The 2010 Lexus GX460. Sales have been halted due to safety concerns 2010 is turning in to Toyota’s ‘Annus Horribilis’. Its formerly untouchable reputation for producing bullet-proof cars has been severely damaged by the ‘ThottleGate’ problems, with more damage to Toyota’s reputation being caused by their failure to address a problem they seemed to be all too aware of, rather than the problem itself causing the damage.Tue, 06 Dec 2011
In honor of Sebastian Vettel winning the Formula One world championship for the second year in a row, Infiniti is offering fans in Europe a chance to tour the Red Bull Racing factory in Milton Keynes in the United Kingdom. All you have to do is buy an Infiniti FX and be one of 10 lucky winners. The World Champion Experience will be offered to customers who order any FX, not just the flame-throwing FX50S Sebastian Vettel edition.Fri, 15 Nov 2013
The 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challenge entries have been revealed a few days before the show is set to open. As in previous years, several of the major players in the automotive design world are participating and automakers and design studios such as BMW DesignworksUSA, Subaru, Mazda, and China's SAIC and Changfeng will be exhibiting concept art. The theme of this year's design challenge is called "Biomimicry & Mobility 2025: Nature's Answer to Human Challenges.” With nature coming to be seen as one of the best R&D labs for design, and with biological knowledge doubling every five years, design studios were challenged to design vehicles that use biomimicry to increase the efficiency of mobility itself.