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Slippery Sleveless Wetsuit New Old Stock Black Purple Orange Small on 2040-parts.com

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Poughkeepsie, New York, United States

Poughkeepsie, New York, United States
NEW OLD STOCK, NO TAGS
Brand:Slippery Manufacturer Part Number:wetsuit UPC:Does not apply

New old stock Slippery wetsuit.

Black, purple, and orange.  Size women's small


New Smart ForTwo and ForFour set for 2014 unveil

Wed, 30 Oct 2013

Mercedes-Benz's struggling Smart city car division is seeking to add a new dimension to the urban driving experience with its third-generation ForTwo, currently undergoing the final phase of a three-year test and development program ahead of a planned unveiling mid next year. Set for North American launch in 2015, the ultra-compact two-seat hatchback represents a fresh chapter in operations for Smart, which has recently gained greater independence from parent company Mercedes-Benz as its boss, Annette Winkler, attempts to stem years of financial losses after almost a decade of rebuilding following its short-lived joint venture with Mitsubishi. The new ForTwo, known internally as project C453, has been developed in a joint engineering program with the upcoming second-generation ForFour and its sister car, the third-generation Renault Twingo.

Tis the season

Fri, 30 Nov 2012

It's time to once again show the world your giving spirit. The annual Championship Auto Racing Auxiliary (CARA) auction of racing items—cool stuff gathered during the 2012 racing season—is underway. The CARA auction is run in association with Autoweek and can be found here, at autoweek.com.

A look at Toyota future products

Fri, 03 Aug 2012

Toyota has slipped behind competitors in drivetrain technology and now must play catch-up against the likes of Ford, Hyundai and Mazda. Much of Toyota's lag stems from engineering resources being diverted by the unintended acceleration crisis and other quality miscues in the past two years. Now expect Toyota to focus more on turbocharging and direct injection, and it may even bring a couple of diesels to the United States as part of midcycle changes.