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Oil Temperature Gauge Evo Series Red/blue 52mm 2 1/16" on 2040-parts.com

US $59.00
Location:

Saint Petersburg, Florida, US

Saint Petersburg, Florida, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return policy details:Item must be returned in brand new condition,never installed or test fitted or wires cut or scratches. Packaging must also be in perfect condition. Subject to a 15% restocking fee to cover all of paypal and Ebay fees as well as processing. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Prosport Gauges Manufacturer Part Number:216EVOOT Interchange Part Number:216EVOOT Warranty:Yes

Toyota previews a Lexus that drives itself

Sat, 05 Jan 2013

Ahead of a debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, we have video of an Autonomous Lexus – the Advanced Active Safety Research Vehicle. Even avid petrolheads have to admit that there are times when they’d rather let the car do the work, especially in congested urban environments. Wouldn’t it be good to stick the car in to auto drive when you’re stop-starting at 5mph and either have a kip or do some work?

The F1 drivers and teams soaked in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Tue, 02 Sep 2014

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has reached fever pitch - your Facebook feed is probably as inundated as the ice-cold victims - but allow us to serve up a selection of the best drenchings from the world of Formula 1. We’ve gathered together some of the best Ice Bucket Challenges from the pitlane, featuring such luminaries as Lewis Hamilton, the Red Bull team and even the BBC F1 commentary squad. It makes for pretty compelling viewing: and if anyone can afford to be generous with their donations it’s the mega-money world of top-flight motorsport.

Saab files for Bankruptcy

Mon, 19 Dec 2011

Saab Bankrupt It looks like Victor Muller’s dream of saving Saab is over with Saab shares suspended and the company filing for bankruptcy. Saab has produced nothing since April and has lurched from crisis to crisis ever since. Victor Muller has pulled every trick he knows – and some he didn’t know he knew – to keep Saab afloat, but it looks like it’s all for nothing.