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Radio/stereo For 95 96 97 Ford Explorer ~ Am-fm-cass W/jbl 4 Dr W/cd Player Butt on 2040-parts.com

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Portland, Oregon, US

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:4938621 Interchange Part Number:638-01081D Year:1995 Model:FORD EXPLORER Stock Number:GCI073 Conditions and Options:AM/FM/CASS Genuine OEM:YES Brand:FORD TRUCK Part Number:4938621

Volvo C30 production ends

Mon, 15 Oct 2012

The Volvo C30 is now going out of production as Volvo moves to refresh its range. A new small Volvo is planned. Volvo worked hard to get the small C30 in to the hearts and minds of a younger audience with a feature role in the Twilight films, but the C30 was never a stellar seller.

Bristol Cars sold to China. Possibly.

Fri, 01 Apr 2011

Bristol Cars - is it a Chinese Takeaway Earlier this month we reported the sad demise of the quirky and eccentric supercar maker that is Bristol cars, forced in to administration through a shortage of equally eccentric millionaires to buy their creations from another time. The good news is that they still look like a viable entity if they’re properly marketed, so we didn’t expect it to be too long before a buyer popped up and grabbed the Bristol Cars name, its Kensington showrooms and the handful of staff left. So we weren’t surprised to get an email this morning from China telling us the press there are reporting that the Xinjiang No1 Tractor Company – a State-owned maker of tractors (you’d never have guessed) – had snapped up Bristol Cars from the administrators.

Range Rover Sport desert-bashing exploits now on video

Fri, 13 Dec 2013

The new Range Rover Sport demolished the Empty Quarter Last month we reported on an adventure for the Range Rover Sport (to add to its recent Pikes Peak jaunt), with Land Rover taking the new Sport off to the Empty Quarter Desert in Saudi Arabia (which also runs through  Oman, the United Arab Emirates and Yemen) to see if they could cross it in a day. The Empty Quarter – the largest sand desert in the world – has endless miles (well, 500 miles) of hostile sand and dunes and temperatures as high as 50C – so it was quite a task. Land Rover enlisted Dakar Rally man Moi Torrallardona to take the driver’s seat and he managed to take the RRS through the Empty quarter in just 10 hours 22 minutes at an average speed of 51.7 mph.