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Trick Flow Differential Cover Gm 8.2 In. Natural Aluminum 8510300 on 2040-parts.com

US $149.97
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Tallmadge, Ohio, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:60 Days Return policy details:Items may be returned within 90-days or purchase for a refund or exchange, if in new and unused condition. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Brand:Trick Flow Specialties Manufacturer Part Number:8510300 Other Part Number:TFS-8510300 Surface Finish:Natural Aluminum

Video: A Caterham Supersport and a snow-covered road

Mon, 05 Nov 2012

Anyone born before the automakers started trying to push front-drivers on us knows that rear-wheel drive and a set of decent tires will get you just about anywhere you want to go, even in deep snow. Skeptical? Take it from EVO magazine, which posted this video of editor Henry Catchpole enjoying a Caterham Supersport in all its sideways glory.

Spyker confirms Peking to Paris will be a V8

Thu, 23 Apr 2009

Spyker confirms that the Peking Paris luxury 4x4 will be a V8 not a V12 [ad#ad-1] We brought you an exclusive the other day that Spyker will drop the planned V12 version of its uber-4×4 – The Spyker Peking-Paris D12 – in favour of a supercharged V8 – The Spyker Peking-Paris D8. But it’s always nice to have confirmation from the horses mouth and today, with a financial statement from Spyker, comes a tacit admission (or actual proof, as we like to think of it!) that our story was indeed correct. Spyker talk about the Peking-Paris in their statement, but only ever refer to it as the D8, dropping all references to the D12, which is probably as much as they’re willing to reveal until the car turns up at Frankfurt in September.

Mopar celebrates 50th anniversary of Gen II 426 Hemi

Wed, 05 Mar 2014

Since its introduction into NASCAR in the 1960s, the 426 Hemi has been a popular powerplant for power-hungry customers across the Mopar spectrum. The 426 cubic-inch brute dwelled under the sheetmetal hoods of cars like the Dodge Coronet, Plymouth GTA, Plymouth Road Runner and even the Plymouth Barracuda. Latest generations of the 426 feature an aluminum block, two-piece rear main seal and a four-bolt main.