Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Raymarine Raytheon Airmar M99-140 Transducer Extension Cable 33-016 New/old on 2040-parts.com

US $17.99
Location:

Pompano Beach, Florida, United States

Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
NEW/OLD STOCK
Brand:Raymarine Raytheon Airmar Manufacturer Part Number:M99-140 33-016

Fish Finders & Depth Finders for Sale

Iconic Volkswagen Kombi camper not dead yet

Thu, 26 Dec 2013

In what would be the perfect present for thousands of Volkswagen fans across the globe, rumours are circulating that the iconic Kombi vancould be set for a comeback. What’s even more remarkable is the fact the news comes just two days before production of the VW Kombi was set to end, bringing to a close 63 years of history. On Bing: see pictures of the Volkswagen Kombi Van The end of the road for Volkswagen’s classic Camper van Earlier this year, Volkswagen do Brasil announced that the Kombi Last Edition would – as its name suggests – draw a curtain on the legendary Dub’s run, which includes 56 years of production on the outskirts of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Mazda2 (2015)

Thu, 17 Jul 2014

The Mazda2 city car is the fourth production car to be designed using the firm's Kodo form language. As with the CX-5, Mazda3 and Mazda6, it also gets the full set of Skyactiv chassis, engine and transmission technologies that are designed to help distinguish Mazda's products in the crowded mainstream segments in which it competes. There's strong continuity between models - the new 2 features the now-familiar long hood, overhanging nose, bulging front fenders and upkicked beltline used on the larger cars.

New Ford Focus (2011 / 2012) at Detroit

Mon, 11 Jan 2010

The 2011 / 2012 Ford Focus - starts out as a saloon or hatchback The new Ford Focus – possibly the most important car in Ford’s history – debuts today at the Detroit Motor Show. Which is in itself an indication that the 2011 / 2012 Ford Focus will be the beacon for Ford’s ‘One Ford’ policy of producing basically the same cars for markets throughout the world. Scheduled to start production at the end of 2010 – and start hitting customer’s driveways in early 2011 – the new Ford Focus is just one of ten variations on the Global C Platform which Ford will launch in the next few years.