Pit Pal Tie-down Hanger Wall Mount Aluminum Natural 18.00" L 3.25" Height 4.00" on 2040-parts.com
Tallmadge, Ohio, US
Toolboxes, Storage for Sale
- Pit pal floor jack mount holder – pitpal 190(US $24.99)
- Big easy carrying case(US $32.99)
- Green wrench holder mts686 holds 10 mechanics time saver (US $4.00)
- Blue point double tool box on wheels local pickup only (US $565.00)
- Snap on kra 4055 tool box(US $200.00)
- Tool box decal for your craftsman matco, mac toolbox etc. snap on torque wrench(US $7.00)
Chevrolet Sonic at the 2011 Detroit auto showMon, 10 Jan 2011
One of GM's numerous debuts at the 2011 Detroit auto show was this: the Chevrolet Sonic. Shown as a hatchback and four-door notchback, it's one of The General's weapons to tackle the now-globalised Ford Fiesta and its ilk. Good spot. That's because this is the US-spec Aveo - albeit shown in US-only notchback form as well as the more Euro-flavoured hatchback.
Burnin' for You: Porsche Cajun gets the green light for productionMon, 29 Nov 2010
The Cajun is a go. Porsche will continue to pepper the SUV market with a new entry below the successful Cayenne, and the Cajun is expected to launch in North America in 2013. Porsche's supervisory board instructed the company to develop plans for production in a meeting on Monday.
Concept Car of the Week: BMW Turbo (1972)Fri, 14 Feb 2014
Built by Michelotti in Turin and unveiled at the 1972 Paris motor show, the BMW Turbo was built both as a symbol of the carmaker's strength after its troubles in the ‘60s and as a celebration of that summer's Olympic Games in Munich. This two-door coupe, based on a modified 2002 chassis with a mid-mounted engine, was born when BMW's design director Paul Bracq convinced the board to let him design a concept that would be part design exercise, part technology testbed. Safety had become an increasingly important consideration following a number of design summits in the early ‘70s, and Bracq used the Turbo to test out a number of safety solutions.