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Stock Harley Panhead Risers W Top Cover Duo Hydra Glide 49-72 Fl Oe Factory Vint on

US $129.99

Butler, Pennsylvania, US

Butler, Pennsylvania, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details:Returns due to mistakes, not deemed to be our fault, are subject to a 20% restocking fee and postage is not refundable. No returns on installed parts or items not in their original packaging. Items that are lost or received damaged will be replaced, AFTER insurance claim and payment has been verified (no refunds). Please Contact Cycle Warehouse BEFORE returning parts to receive an RMA#. Items returned without an RMA# will be refused. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No

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New Ford Kuga arrives in the guise of 2012 / 2013 Ford Escape

Wed, 16 Nov 2011

The 2013 Ford Escape arrives - the 2012 Ford Kuga The reveal of the new Ford Escape ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show this week may not have the Kuga badge on its boot, but it is – bar a few tweaks and engine changes – just what we’ll see in Europe as the 2012 Ford Kuga. Based on the European-designed Ford Vertrek concept, the Ford Escape replaces the old-fashioned North American escape with a very European take on a compact SUV, but one that benefits from much more room to accommodate average Americans. The Ford Kuga / Escape is the next instalment in Ford’s plan to unify its models around the world.

Rinspeed XchangE concept rethinks the autonomous car's cabin

Wed, 11 Dec 2013

Rinspeed's XchangE all-electric touring sedan concept has been confirmed for the Geneva motor show, and focuses on how future drivers will spend their time in autonomous cars. Founder Frank M. Rinderknecht says, "So far hardly anyone has taken this to its logical conclusion from the perspective of the driver.

Univeristy honours F1's Flying Scot

Thu, 24 Oct 2013

FORMULA ONE hero Sir Jackie Stewart will receive an honorary degree today. The 74-year-old racing star will collect the award from Edinburgh Napier University at a ceremony in the city. Known as "The Flying Scot", he won the Grand Prix 27 times and was Formula 1 World Champion three times.