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Garage Set - 10 Pcs on 2040-parts.com

US $119.00
Location:

Maldegem, Belgium

Maldegem, Belgium
Condition:New UPC:5411257114061

Specifications

  • 2-tonnes trolley jack
  • 2 x 2-tonnes axle stands
  • car creeper 36"
  • lug wrench 14"
  • square oil drip tray
  • oil filter wrench
  • 2 wheel chocks
  • magnetic tray

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Jaguar F-type prototype (2013): the testing videos

Thu, 05 Apr 2012

As Jaguar confirmed its new F-type sports car at the 2012 New York auto show, it issued some teaser video footage of the new £55,000 roadster landing in showrooms in spring 2013. Jag ambassador and former racer Martin Brundle hitches a lift with the company's chief dynamics engineer Mike Cross for a few hot laps in the F-type prototype around its handling circuit at Gaydon. We can safely ignore the hyperbole poring forth ('It's responsive, it's a great car to drive') but it's a good chance to see the all-aluminium F-type in action.

Growing opposition to UK 50mph speed limit plan

Mon, 08 Jun 2009

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It’s the BMW 7-Series ‘Horse Edition’ to celebrate China’s Year of the Horse

Tue, 08 Apr 2014

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