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Norman, Oklahoma, United States
New Old Stock. This part is new and sealed in its original factory bag.
Brand:Mercury Quicksilver Manufacturer Part Number:53545 UPC:Does not apply


Part:  Cover, Fuel Pump\
OEM Part Number: 53545
Condition: New Old Stock. This part is new and sealed in its original factory bag.

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Tesla Model X Electric SUV production confirmed for early 2015

Wed, 18 Jun 2014

The Tesla Model X SUV (pictured) will start production in early 2015 The Tesla Model S electric car has been a bigger success than anyone could have guessed, and is probably the only electric car that offers a real alternative to an ICE car. But a one-model range is not a recipe for long-term success, so Tesla are planning on delivering a 4WD electric SUV and a BMW 3-Series EV to add to the Model S, with production of the Model X SUV now conformed for early 2015. In an email to customer who have already put a deposit down on the Model X SUV, tesla reveals that they will be building the first production prototypes this Autumn, and that proper production of the Model X will commence in early 2015.

MINI One Convertible launched plus MINI range revisions

Wed, 13 Jan 2010

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U.S. is seeking a record $16.4 million fine against Toyota

Mon, 05 Apr 2010

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