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Radio/stereo For 93 94 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee ~ on 2040-parts.com

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Portland, Oregon, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:To return an item, you must contact us through eBay contact seller. Check item descriptions to verify return policy or contact us if you have a question. We strive to have excellent customer service. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Inventory ID:4894049 Interchange Part Number:638-01082G Year:1993 Model:JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE Stock Number:GCH901 Conditions and Options:AM/FM/CD/EQUALIZER Genuine OEM:YES Brand:JEEP Part Number:4894049

Who's Where: Gert Hildebrand appointed Head of Design at Qoros Auto

Mon, 05 Dec 2011

Gert Hildebrand, former General Manager of Mini Design, was appointed Head of Design at Qoros Auto in January this year. In his new role, Hildebrand is responsible for overseeing a regeneration of the existing design and styling processes at the joint venture company, a collaboration between Qoros and Israel Corporation, which was founded in 2007. One of many high level designers making the transition to China, Hildebrand is is currently tasked with leading the creation of the new Qoros brand, which was unveiled at a presentation in Shanghai last week.

Ferrari deny subliminal Marlboro advertising

Thu, 29 Apr 2010

The Ferrari F1 2010 - complete with a pack of Marlboros? In the Nanny-State world in which we live sport is no longer allowed to take advantage of the bulging coffers of tobacco companies to boost their bottom line through advertising. At least in Europe.

Bahrain Grand Prix Cancelled – revealed on Twitter

Mon, 21 Feb 2011

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