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Universal Motorcycle Rubber Handlebar Grips Red 12x2.9x2.9cm on

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North Brunswick, New Jersey, US

North Brunswick, New Jersey, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:Item must be returned within 30 days, and Refund will be given as Money Back. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Size:12x2.9x2.9cm(LxWxH) material:rubber

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Partnership Premium 2030 - Part 3

Fri, 25 Jun 2010

The third video in a five-part mini-series documenting the Peugeot Premium 2030 project students at Strate College in Paris, France, have been working on has now been released. While the first video presented the projects envisaged by the 10 student teams following the initial brief supplied by Peugeot and the second episode brought us into the sketching phase undertaken by the 30 students, this third video outlines the different scenarios illustrated by each student group and takes into account social objectives, space constraints and environmental issues that will influence consumers of the future. Punctuated by interview segments with Peugeot's head of interiors, Amko Leenarts, this episode brings further insight into the 2D development phase and the initial presentation stage, where students explain the inspiration behind their projects and their vision for the future premium Peugeot of 2030.

Luigi Colani - Translating Nature

Wed, 13 Jun 2007

One of the most influential designers of the past half-century, Luigi Colani, is the subject of an exhibition at the Design Museum in London. With a career spanning almost six decades, Colani has applied his unique design style to produce cars, trucks, boats, aircraft, ceramics and consumer goods, as well as creating futuristic concepts for as-yet unrealized transport systems and architecture. There are Colani tea pots, mineral water bottles and sun glasses, but much of his work remains in the form of dream-like models or photographic montages.

Mercedes G63 AMG 6×6 vs G63 AMG (video)

Sun, 24 Nov 2013

Mercedes G63 AMG 6×6 vs G63 AMG The Mercedes G 63 AMG is a mad car in its own right (although not as mad as the G 65) and costs almost £125k before you start ticking any option boxes. But the G 63 AMG is bullet proof, will go anywhere and does come with many of the luxuries you’d rightfully expect in a £125k car, even if its on-road handling – particularly if you decide to make the most of the 5.5 litre V8 turbo’s  performance – is pretty woeful round the bends. Mad and irrational though the G 63 may be, it now has an even madder sibling – the Mercedes G 63 AMG 6×6 – which not only adds an extra axle for 6WD but comes at a price – almost £400k – that makes the G 63 seem a bargain.