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Honda Civic Crx Del Sol Rear Brake Shoes Set & 2 Drums Kit Left & Right New on 2040-parts.com

US $64.90
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Gardner, Kansas, US

Gardner, Kansas, US
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GM stops Chevy Volt production to trim inventory

Fri, 02 Mar 2012

General Motors will idle the Detroit-area assembly plant that builds the Chevrolet Volt for more than a month to curb rising inventories of the plug-in hybrid. On March 1, GM told 1,300 workers at its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant in Michigan that it will shut down production for five weeks, starting the week of March 19. GM plans to resume production on April 23, spokesman Chris Lee said.

Skoda Citigo 5-door revealed

Tue, 31 Jan 2012

The Skoda Citigo 5-door will debut at Geneva The Skoda Citigo 5-door - Skoda’s version of the 5-door VW Up – is heading for a public debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. We have the first photo. Skoda revealed their take on the VW Up – the Skoda Citigo – back in September, with plans for the new baby Skoda to go on sale this summer.

Is the V8 a dying breed? Auto engineers expect more turbos, smaller engines

Tue, 21 Apr 2009

The V8 engine, a symbol of power and prestige for more than a century, is looking more and more like an endangered species. A panel of powertrain experts speaking on Tuesday at the 2009 SAE World Congress painted a bleak picture for big engines in this era of tightening emission standards and volatile fuel prices. But smaller engines will not mean drivers have to give up performance.