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T0999 2006-2011 Bmw 3 Series Fuel Filler Door Housing Sedan Wagon Passenger Side on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Carmichael, California, US

Carmichael, California, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Restocking Fee:No Manufacturer Part Number:51177073961 Placement on Vehicle:Right

Ferrari to revive GTO name

Tue, 16 Mar 2010

Ferrari is set to return the evocative GTO (Gran Turismo Omolagato) name to its lineup on a limited-edition, two-seat version of the F599 Fiorano GTB. The new car, conceived to run bodywork and mechanical components from the Italian carmaker's race-bound 599XX, is expected to make its public debut at the Paris motor show in September--marking the first time the GTO badge has been applied to one of Ferrari's road cars since the launch of the much-revered 288 GTO in 1984. Among the changes brought to the new car is a series of carbon-fiber exterior panels, a stripped-out interior and specially developed alloy wheels--all aimed at lowering the weight by 132 pounds from the 3,718 pounds of the F599 Fiorano GTB.

Aston Martin outlines Centenary celebrations

Mon, 17 Dec 2012

Aston Martin celebrates its centenary year in 2013 and has outlined plans to celebrate 100 years of Aston Martin. Officially, Aston Martin was founded in 1913 – although it was not until after the first world war ended that they actually started proper production – and with 2013 marking 100 years of Aston Martin there are celebrations planned throughout the year. On 15th January – exactly 100 years since Aston Martin was incorporated – the oldest surviving Aston Martin – the A3 – will join the latest Aston Martin Vanquish at Henniker Mews in Chelsea, where Aston Martin originally operated, to unveil a plaque to commemorate the anniversary with the Aston Martin Heritage Trust Walter Hayes Memorial Lecture taking place that evening with Sir John Standing telling the story of Lionel Martin’s early experiences.

Design Contest: Automotive design community gathers for annual design awards party in Paris

Thu, 16 Sep 2004

More than 300 senior members of the automotive design community will be attending the Interior Motives Design Awards 2004 ceremony to be held at Le Cab, Paris on 24 September, during the Paris Motor Show. Among the special guests will be the Interior Motives Design Awards 2004 judges:- Olivier Boulay, Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design Japan- Guy Burgoyne, Volvo Cars- Simon Cox, GM Advanced Design UK- Bill Fluharty, Johnson Controls, Inc- Ulrich Lammel, Volkswagen AG- Steve Lewis, SEAT Cars- Sarah Maynard, Aston Martin Lagonda- Justyn Norek, I.DE.A Institute- Roberto Piatti, Stile Bertone- Marek Reichman, Ford Motor Company- Rus Shafer, Intier Automotive- Andreas Wlasak, Faurecia The Interior Motives Design Awards 2004 received over 200 entries from more than 31 countries and 47 design colleges, further establishing itself as a global competition. Attendees will have the chance to meet finalists from the world's top transportation and industrial design courses, as well as the awards' judging panel.