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63 Fairlane Taillights Set Fomoco Tail Lights 62-65 Galaxie Ranchwagon Rare Part on 2040parts.com

US $25.00
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Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, US

Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, US
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SET OF TAILLIGHTS FROM A 63 FAIRLANE. DON'T HAVE TRIM RING. ONE PLATIS RETAINER BROKE. HAS PIGTAILS AND GOOD LENSES AND HOUSINGS. GOOD PARTS.

 

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RARE ORIGINAL PIECE. THANKS FOR LOOKING.

For Father's Day weekend, all EyesOn Design

Fri, 17 Jun 2011

Father's Day weekend started off in southeast Michigan with a string of auto-related events for the revelry of designers and car enthusiasts alike. EyesOn Design opened on Thursday, delving into automotive art with a designers' night at Lawrence Technological University. Friday brings a black-tie event toasting the accomplishments of Volkswagen's Walter de'Silva, recipient of the 2011 Lifetime Design Achievement Award.

Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid at the Nurburgring – Video

Wed, 28 Apr 2010

The Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid Nurburgring video below (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); In February we reported that Porsche has developed the unthinkable – a hybrid 911. But this wasn’t a hybrid 911 with a bank of batteries and a fluffy-bunny conscience, but a rampant track 911 with a great big electro-magnetic flywheel and a KERS-like thump of an extra 160bhp – the Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid. The 911 GT3 R uses technology developed by Williams F1 and comprises of a pair of generators in the front wheels that shove energy to a composite flywheel (conveniently located next to the driver – not sure how well that would go down on a road0going version) which is the stored and can be thrown at the back wheels whenever the driver wants, in a way very similar to KERS.

2014 Mitsubishi Mirage pricing starts at $13,720

Mon, 19 Aug 2013

Mitsubishi has just announced pricing for its 2014 Mirage, not to be confused with the Cadillac Elmiraj. Mitsubishi's version -- being a bit smaller and bit cheaper -- loses a few letters and opts for conventional spelling. As you can see, this Mirage is a little different from the last time we saw back in the '90s (when it was a compact sedan) -- different to the point of being a completely different car in a completely different segment.