Patches for Sale
- Vintage chevrolet corvtte patch, rare, 1960's
- Old ford patch lot various
- Austin healy 3" patch unused embroidered(US $5.99)
- 2 toyota 4runner embroidered patches(US $9.99)
- Infiniti iron on embroidery patch 2.5" x 1.5" auto car suv logo crest(US $7.50)
- Corvette c5 c6 iron on embroidery patch - 2.3" x 1.5" auto car suv(US $6.50)
Limited Edition MINI Countryman and MINI Paceman get Frozen Black Metallic Matt paintFri, 18 Oct 2013
MINI Paceman (pictured) with the new Frozen Black Matt paint job Matt paint finishes are not exactly everyone’s cup of tea, but for those with deep pockets – buying expensive cars – they’ve been an option for a while. And now BMW are extending their Matte paint finishes to MINI, with limited editions of the MINI Countrymnan and MINI Paceman being offered with the special Frozen Black Metallic Matt paint job. The Matt paint – which is textured and shimmers – certainly gives the MINI a new look and will be available on MINI Cooper S Countryman, MINI Cooper SD Countryman, MINI Cooper S Paceman, MINI Cooper SD Paceman, MINI John Cooper Works Countryman and MINI John Cooper Works Paceman.
Daimler & BYD reveal the Denza EV Concept: Beijing 2012Wed, 25 Apr 2012
Denza EV Concept The partnership between Daimler and BYD in China has revealed its first fruit – the Denza EV Concept - at the Beijing Motor Show. It’s just a few weeks since we learned that Daimler and BYD had come up with a name for their joint venture in China to produce New Energy Vehicles (basically EVs). Denza – or Tengshi, in Chinese – seeks to take Daimler’s expertise in car making (and they do claim more than any other car maker on the planet) and mate it with BYD’s undoubted expertise in electric cars to build a car company that only produces new energy vehicles.
New Porsche Cayenne – the Lumma CLR 550 GT versionSat, 15 May 2010
The Lumma CLR 550 GT There’s something about the Porsche Cayenne that attracts the tuners and modders to lose the plot. Perhaps it’s the fact the Porsche Cayenne is no oil painting – and frankly, the new Porsche Cayenne is no better – that makes everyone think that whatever they do it can’t look worse. But it can.