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Solo Seat Mount Kit With 2" Scissor Springs For All 1982-2003 Harley Sportster on 2040-parts.com

US $189.99
Location:

Alameda, California, US

Alameda, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Return policy details: Part Brand:Harley Davidson Placement on Vehicle:Rear Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:SLMK-SP8203A Country of Manufacture:United States

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70% of premium brand cars stolen are taken with the car’s own keys

Thu, 03 Apr 2014

High-end SUVs – like the new Range Rover (pictured) are a prime target for car key thieves There was once a time when all it took to steal a car was a wire coathanger and the ability to hotwire the ignition. But as car makers have got better at securing the second most expensive asset most of us will ever own, car thieves have had to look for a different approach, and that approach is increasingly to relieve owners of the keys to their pride and joy. Cobra – the vehicle tracking firm – are reporting that a massive 70 per cent of all premium brand cars stolen in 2014 – with an average value of £40k, up £6k on 2012 – are being parted from their owners using that owners keys.

Plenty of contenders for Pebble Beach honors

Wed, 18 Aug 2010

The one we saw first was Sam Mann's 1930 Duesenberg J Graber Cabriolet. It was entered in the Tour, a 60-mile pre-Pebble cruise around Monterey, down to Big Sur and back, which gives cars entered in the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance a chance to show that they are more than just pretty things. Mann's Duesey had all the looks of a winner, with its long front hood, flowing fenders and two seats way in the back.

CAR magazine app - the second edition goes live

Wed, 24 Oct 2012

The second edition of the CAR magazine app is on sale - now with added GBU data section. In it is everything you'll find in the printed magazine: all the same news and features, columns and regulars, brought to life with interactive extras, unpublished photos and new words. What's in the November issue?