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Controls & Steering for Sale
- Sea-dog line split mtr well boot fits over a 4" opening p/n: 12820(US $15.00)
- Teleflex top mount engine control
- Robertson autopilot ap200dl control head
- Seastar 309475-002 sl3 dual-function, single-lever controls(US $350.51)
- Seastar pt1000-1p pro trim bezel switch-single(US $65.90)
- Bennett marine slt10 10" x 10" self-leveling tab system for boats(US $179.30)
World premier for the Fiat Trepiuno concept at the Geneva Motor ShowMon, 16 Feb 2004
Fiat has announced that its "move into the past for a fresh look to the future" is to be seen at the Geneva Show, where it shall unveil the Trepiuno. The name is very unusual (and one can't help wondering how they will spell and pronounce it outside the borders of Italy), but the car concept is not. The new small car is actually intended to be a modern remake of the Fiat 500 (not Cinquecento) success.
Ford Mondeo Vignale revealed – it’s back to the days of Ford GhiaWed, 04 Sep 2013
The Ford Mondeo Vignale (picture) has been revealed as Ford’s new range-topper Mainstream car makers have always tried to add some glitz and gloss to their models by tagging on a badge they thought made their cars more exclusive. Like Ford with endless ‘Ghia’ models sitting at the top of the Ford range after they bought Ghia of Turin in 1970. Ford continued to use the Ghia badge to mark out its best-equipped models until very recently (you could still buy a Fiesta Ghia as recently as 2008) but they finally dropped the badge and moved their top of the tree badge over to the ‘Titanium’ moniker.
Concept Car of the Week: Toyota EX-1 (1969)Fri, 17 Jan 2014
Back in the 60s, Toyota launched a few iconic sports cars such as the 800 and the gorgeous 2000 GT. Not happy to have created automotive perfection with the latter, the Japanese brand went on to explore even more extravagant shapes and unveiled the first of the EX concepts series in 1969. While its bold lines are truly Japanese, the EX-1 looked like the missing link between the fast silhouette of a 1967 Maserati Ghibli and the hairy-chested heft of a Dodge Challenger.