Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Wilwood 120-10188 on

US $150.00

Darien, Illinois, United States

Darien, Illinois, United States
Condition:New Brand:Wilwood Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:120-10188 Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown

Two brand new Wilwood brake calipers for sale.

Part number 120-10188

Caliper,DPS,LW,1.75,.38 RTR

3.25 MT

S/O 662561

This listing is for two calipers and not just one.

40$ cheaper than at any vendor 

Free shipping

Performance Brake Calipers for Sale

New Hyundai Veloster (2012): UK models and prices

Fri, 14 Oct 2011

New Hyundai Veloster (2012) - in the UK February 2012 The old Hyundai Coupe was the car that first made the world realise Hyundai was capable of far more than crummy little cars. And now, after quite a wait, we get its replacement – the new Hyundai Veloster. The Veloster was revealed at the Detroit Motor Show at the start of 2011, and Hyundai say it will be in UK showrooms in February 2012.

Lexus ES sedan production coming to Kentucky

Fri, 19 Apr 2013

Toyota Motor Corp. plans to invest $360 million to bring production of the Lexus ES sedan to Kentucky, making it the first model from Toyota's premium brand to be built in the United States as the carmaker pushes to localize more manufacturing. Under the plan announced Friday in New York by CEO Akio Toyoda, Toyota will boost annual capacity at its Georgetown, Ky., plant by 50,000 vehicles to accommodate ES output.

Bristol Cars sold to China. Possibly.

Fri, 01 Apr 2011

Bristol Cars - is it a Chinese Takeaway Earlier this month we reported the sad demise of the quirky and eccentric supercar maker that is Bristol cars, forced in to administration through a shortage of equally eccentric millionaires to buy their creations from another time. The good news is that they still look like a viable entity if they’re properly marketed, so we didn’t expect it to be too long before a buyer popped up and grabbed the Bristol Cars name, its Kensington showrooms and the handful of staff left. So we weren’t surprised to get an email this morning from China telling us the press there are reporting that the Xinjiang No1 Tractor Company – a State-owned maker of tractors (you’d never have guessed) – had snapped up Bristol Cars from the administrators.