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Matte Black King Tour Pak Luggage For Harley Touring Hinges, Lock Key & Backrest on

US $499.00

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Condition:New Parts Name:King Tour Pak Material:ABS Plastic Placement on Vehicle:Rear Color:Denim Black Color-Matched Surface Finish:Painted with Matt Coating Brand:Advan Black Warranty:Yes Holes:Pre-Drilled Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:Tail Bag Included:Keys Locks, Hinges & Backrest Fit:Fit Touring from 1997-2013 Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply

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Audi to reveal 230hp S1

Wed, 22 Jan 2014

Audi is expected to reveal a 230hp quattro S1 at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The hot version of its A1 city car will be powered by the turbocharged 2.0-litre engine used in the Audi S3, and come with four-wheel drive as standard. On Bing: see pictures of the Audi S1 Find out how much a used Audi A1 costs on Auto Trader An Audi spokesman would not confirm the rumours, although the S1 is believed to have been spotted undergoing tests in Sweden.

Bentley Branches Out Into Home Furnishings

Wed, 02 Oct 2013

NOT content with wheeling out an ever improving line of super-luxury cars, Crewe-based Bentley has chosen to add luxury furniture to its sales catalogue. Designed to furnish luxury homes, company bosses are keen to stress that the collections combine Bentley’s inherent qualities of craftsmanship, heritage and tradition, exclusivity and style, with the exacting design of a leading European furniture maker. Buyers of the furniture can expect the same attention to detail and exacting high standards as those with the means to purchase one of Bentley’s cars.

Peugeot 407 Coupe – new diesels

Thu, 09 Jul 2009

Peugeot has introduced two new diesel engines for its stylish 407 Coupe But it’s a decent car, and Peugeot has now made it more appealing with some updates for 2009 / 2010. The style changes are very minor – a bit of chrome trim and bigger door mirrors – and the 407 Coupe now gets  Bluetooth and hands-free as standard equipment on its Connect Navigation (RNEG). But the big news is the new diesel engines.