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Gmc 3" 7.6cm 100% Carbon Fiber Silver Short Universal Fit Antenna Gk7 on 2040-parts.com

US $6.18
Location:

Arcadia, California, US

Arcadia, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:buyer pay for return shipping Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Manufacturer Part Number:3" Surface Finish:Carbon Fiber Size:3"(76MM) Color:Silver

Hyundai arrives in Piccadilly Circus

Thu, 29 Sep 2011

Hyundai arrives in Piccadilly Circus If you want a clear sign of how mainstream Hyundai has become, the news that it’s taken over the iconic billboard display in Piccadilly Circus from Sanyo is as much evidence as you need. Piccadilly Circus is the UK version of Times Square, and the neon signs have been a splash of international colour washing over Eros for a century, during which time there have been just fifty brands showcasing their wares to the 50 million or more passing Londoners – and visitors – every year, not counting the millions more who see the signs on Piccadilly Circus postcards that still wing their way round the world. The new Hyundai spot – which has been the Sanyo space for the last 33 years – is the last of the spaces to rely on neon lights to get its message across.

2014 McLaren 650S: pictures and full details

Mon, 17 Feb 2014

The McLaren 650S has been revealed ahead of its official debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show next month. The new model is based on the existing 12C and McLaren says that it bridges the gap between that car and its P1 ‘hypercar’. Prices start at £195,000 for the 650S coupe and £215,000 for the convertible 650S Spider and represent a premium of about £20,000 over the equivalent 12C and 12C Spider models.

Fiat and Chrysler to completely merge?

Sun, 06 Feb 2011

Chrysler Group and Fiat Group's auto division could become a single company based in the United States, Chrysler and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne told an industry conference here Friday. That won't happen until after Chrysler refinances the government loans that have kept if from being profitable and holds an initial public offering, both of which Marchionne hopes will happen this year. "From a corporate governance standpoint, there's a point where separate companies make no sense.