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Summit Camshaft Bearing Installation And Removal Tool Chevy Small Block Kit on 2040-parts.com

US $71.92
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Tallmadge, Ohio, US

Tallmadge, Ohio, US
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Citroen DS5 – First video tease?

Fri, 27 Aug 2010

Citroen DS5 Hybrid diesel electric – is the video below the tease for the concept? Despite our original scepticism (grumpy old man syndrome) that Citroen were intent on wrecking their history by cashing in on the DS tag – and badge engineering prosaic product with an iconic badge – we’ve been pretty much won over by the first offering from the upmarket DS range – the Citroen DS3. So we were happy to see Citroen pushing forward with the next in line- the DS4 -with its DS4 / High Rider Concept which we saw at Geneva earlier this year.

Overhaul of Nissan GT-R includes power boost

Mon, 25 Oct 2010

The 2012 Nissan GT-R, which arrives in the United States next year, gets its biggest overhaul since the high-performance sports car was relaunched in 2007--with a premium placed on more horsepower and better fuel efficiency. Nissan Motor Co. boosts engine output to 530 hp, from 485 in the current model.

Geely at Shanghai 2011: Geely MINI Cooper & Geely London Taxi

Tue, 26 Apr 2011

Geely's take on the London Cab & MINI Cooper Regular readers – in fact anyone who takes notice of car news – will probably recognise Geely as being the Chinese car maker who bought Volvo in 2010. Proper car anoraks may also remember the ‘Chinese Rolls Royce‘, a Phantom ‘Homage’ from Geely that came equipped with a ‘Throne’ in the back to transport a lone¬†plutocrat. It looked a lot like a Russian cold war ZIL meets cartoon Phantom and there was no mistaking it was a Chinese car for a Chinese market.