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Honda Gl1000 Goldwing 1978-1979 K+l Carb Rebuild Kit Complete - Nos on 2040-parts.com

US $40.00
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Cincinnati, Ohio, US

Cincinnati, Ohio, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:K+L Manufacturer Part Number:18-2576 K Placement on Vehicle:Right Surface Finish:metal and rubber Warranty:No

New K&L carb rebuild kit part number 18-2576
Made in Japan
Fits 1978-79 Honda Goldwing GL1000

Audi's clean and green future

Thu, 30 Aug 2007

By Ben Pulman First Official Pictures 30 August 2007 04:30 What’s all this about then? Vorsprung durch Technik? Audi, like every other German premium car maker, is feeling the pressure from the EU, its own Green Party, Al Gore, and seemingly everyone else.

Online driving licence to reduce insurance costs

Thu, 09 Jan 2014

First the tax disc, now your driving licence, as government plans to put driving records online are set to make the paper counterpart licence obsolete – reducing your car insurance premium in the process. By creating an online record that insurance companies can easily check, ministers and the Driver and Vehicle Licencing Agency (DVLA) expect insurance costs to fall, as insurers will be able to exactly analyse risk rather than hedging their bets. On Bing: see pictures of the counterpart driving licence Tax disc to be scrapped after 93 years At present it’s tediously time consuming for car insurance companies to check motorists’ driving records with the DVLA, which means most take people at their word about the number of penalty points they have.

Jaguar Top Ten all time cars celebrates Jaguar XE launch

Sun, 07 Sep 2014

Messrs Callum, Johnson & March chose the Top Ten Jaguars Tomorrow – 8 September 2014 – sees the launch of the car that could make Jaguar a real force in the ‘Premium’ market – the new Jaguar XE. We’ve had lots of teases and detail of the new XE in the last few months, and now Jaguar are stating the heritage of the XE by publishing a list of the ten most important cars in their history, as compiled by a trio of Jaguar loving petrolheads – Ian Callum (Jaguar Designer), Brian Johnson (AC/DC main man) and Lord Charles March (he of Goodwood). The list kicks off with a 1930s Jaguar – the Jaguar SS100 – and goes on  to include the Mark 2, C-Type, D-Type, E-Type, the original XJ6  and the Le Mans winning Tom Walkinshaw XJR-9.