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New Ebc 2-wheel Set Brake Pad Front Toyota Celica Camry 2001 2000 99 98 Ud562 on 2040-parts.com

US $34.68
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48 States Only, United States, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:We will send you a replacement part or refund you the purchase price if you received a defective part, a part that was damaged in transit, a part is missing, or you received the wrong part. Please be prepared to send back the part you did receive. We will pay for the return shipping cost by emailing you a pre-paid shipping label with instructions for returning the part. Return shipping will be paid by:Seller Restocking Fee:No Warranty:Yes Part Brand:EBC Placement on Vehicle:Front

Volvo XC70 (2007): first official pictures

Tue, 06 Mar 2007

By Chris Chilton First Official Pictures 06 March 2007 05:48 I see Volvo hasn't given up on the halfway SUV idea Far from it. In fact Volvo UK watched sales of the old V70-based XC70 rise after the introduction of the full-blown XC90 off-roader. Apparently many buyers were lured into showrooms by the XC90 but found themselves signing on the dotted line for its smaller brother.

Hertz brings back rent-a-racer program with Dream Cars

Mon, 01 Jul 2013

In 1966 -- at the dawn of the horsepower wars -- Carroll Shelby made a deal with the Hertz Corporation to produce a line of Shelby GT350 Mustangs for rent. Later, the cars would be refreshed and repurposed for sale as GT350-H models. Just as the horsepower wars have returned, so has Hertz' rent-a-racer program.

Buick hopes 'Truth' site will set it free, help launch Regal

Mon, 21 Jun 2010

Call it the Fiesta Movement for grown-ups. To help launch the 2011 Regal sedan, Buick will host a social media Web site with videos from buyers supplied with flip cameras, just like Ford's campaign for the youth-oriented Fiesta small car. But the Regal site will feature reviews, not the playful commercials and local coming-out parties that characterize the Fiesta Movement.