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Tie Rod End Kit For 1969-72 Toyota Corona Mark Ii Rt6#/7# 45460-29026 X2 on

US $124.20

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:45046-29016, 45406-29016, 45465-22010 Placement on Vehicle:Front Interchange Part Number:TRW ES2008L,TRW ES479R, ES 461S Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan

Two new aftermarket tie rod end assemblies 45460-29026, consisting of two outer tie rod ends 45046-29016, two inner tie rod ends 45406-29016 and two steering tie rods (tube) 45465-22010 for the 1969-72 Corona RT6#/7# mostly made in Japan. Price is 15% off normal list. If you order several items at the same time, if possible, I will combine the items in a single box to save shipping and refund the difference by paypal.

BMW 135i CSL – or something quick?

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Film Friday: Auburn Speedster tackles the Bonneville Salt Flats

Fri, 25 Apr 2014

Inspired by a recent trip to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn, Ind. (more to come on that soon!), we're diving into the historical film archives for some A-C-D goodness. And it doesn't really get any better than vintage footage of the classic Auburn 851 Boattail Speedster tearing up the Bonneville Salt Flats circa 1935 followed by a demonstration of the big Duesenberg streamliner, “The Mormon Meteor” thundering across the lake bed.