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Genuine Honda Right Rear Cowl Decal For 99-00 Cbr600f4 A & Cbr600f4 Ac Bikes on 2040-parts.com

US $9.95
Location:

Bethel, Vermont, United States

Bethel, Vermont, United States
Condition:New Brand:Honda Type:Decal Placement:Right Rear Cowl Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Manufacturer Part Number:83616-MBW-670ZB UPC:Does not apply

New Genuine Honda Right Rear Cowl [Type 2] Mark [Decal] For 1999-2000 CBR600F4 A And 1999-2000 CBR600F4 AC Motorcycles. Part Number 83616-MBW-670ZB. Retails For $15.60. This Is Genuine Honda, Not Aftermarket. It Is My Last One. Please email me with any questions. I will ship Worldwide. Thanks for looking.

'80s dream-car bargains: The AutoWeek list

Thu, 12 Mar 2009

'84-'89 C4 Corvette High: $44,000 Low: $2,500 Average: $10,018 Our take: Arguably the best buy on this list '85-'89 Volkswagen GTI High: $5,995 Low: $4,100 Average: $4,865 Our take: The iconic pocket rocket '85-'89 Ford Mustang 5.0 High: $48,995 Low: $1,900 Average: $7,924 Our take: Pony car + V8 = tons of fun '87-'89 Pontiac Firebird Formula High: $22,900 Low: $4,000 Average: $10,293 Our take: One day, you might be able to show it at an Orphan Car Show '84-'87 Buick Grand National High: $31,700 Low: $9,000 Average: $17,442 Our take: If you can find a clean one for less than $20,000, buy it '81-'82 DeLorean DMC-12 High: $26,900 Low: $15,998 Average: $22,572 Our take: Only on the market for a couple years; might always be a collectible '81-'89 Lotus Esprit High: $41,998 Low: $16,495 Average: $23,535 Our take: One of the fastest cars in its day '88-'89 BMW M3 High: $65,000 Low: $14,500 Average: $24,417 Our take: A lot of thrills for the money '83-'85 Ferrari 308 GTS High: $44,950 Low: $32,900 Average: $37,878 Our take: A Ferrari for less than 40 grand? Believe it '81-'89 Porsche 911 Turbo High: $78,500 Low: $24,900 Average: $40,669 Our take: Be careful, these monsters are a handful!

Saab 9-4X gets closer

Sat, 07 Feb 2009

As the world is only too well aware, GM has huge problems. In the real world it should have gone out of business, but in the political world that would probably be unacceptable to the American public. So it’s busy grovelling to Congress to acquire sufficient funding to stay alive until it can produce products the buying public might find worth having.

Autoweek in review: Subaru WRX coupe caught testing, we drive the 2013 Volkswagen Golf, and ride shotgun in the Porsche 918

Fri, 05 Oct 2012

The 2014 Subaru WRX coupe was caught out on the open road on Oct. 4. Could it be a possible BRZ-based STI?