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BMW 323 I 1999

Precio: en $12,000
Tipo: sedan de lujo
Traccion: delantera
Transmisión: manual
Motor: 2300cc 6 enLinea, Gasolina
Vendido: no
Visto: 1324 veces
Ingreso a quierouncarro.com: 18-10-2010
Placa: 710893
Recorrido: No disponible
Financiamiento: No disponible
Detalles: Color NEGRO, 4 puertas, 6 airbag(s) Aros 16 de lujo, frenos ABS, sunroof. asientos de cuero, RTV al dia, vidrios eléctricos, entre otros.
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  • Aire acondicionado
  • Ventanas eléctricas
  • Espejos eléctricos

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Vendedor: Jorge Espinoza
Email: jorgeespinoza @ impresorasanrafael.com
Telefonos: 8857-7278 /2222-81-46
Ubicacion: San Jose
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Johnny Sauter right at home in neighborly Iowa (NASCAR.com)

Being a short-track racer at heart, there's a handful of qualities about Iowa Speedway that appeal to Johnny Sauter. "I'm a Midwest guy so I love the atmosphere," Sauter said Thursday during opening-day inspections at the .875-mile track. read more...

Helton, Childress discuss Talladega's impact (NASCAR.com)

NASCAR President Mike Helton and team owner Richard Childress were part of a panel to discuss the business in NASCAR, Talladega Superspeedway's role in the sport and more. The summit, called "The Business of NASCAR -- Put Your Business in the Fast Lane" was co-hosted by the 2.66-mile track and the Birmingham Business Alliance. Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch, Coca-Cola Refreshments Brenda Staton, PepsiCo, Gatorade and Quaker Brands' Carrie Walker and America's First Federal Credit Union's Phil Boozer joined Helton and Childress as panelists in a discussion moderated by Rick Harrow. Helton discussed the impact of Talladega on NASCAR, which was something he has great knowledge of given his role as the former president of the track from 1988 to 1993. read more...

Helton: Talladega races still have big impact (The Associated Press)

Denny Hamlin (11) takes the checkered flag under caution during the NASCAR Aaron's 499 Sprint Cup series auto race at Talladega Superspeedway, Sunday, May 4, 2014, in Talladega, Ala. (AP Photo/Jay Alley)Mike Helton has seen Talladega Superspeedway's capacity expand in boom times and shrink along with the crowds at one of NASCAR's signature tracks, moving in tandem with the sport's ebbs and flows. The speedway cut its seating capacity nearly in half in recent years, going from 140,000-plus to 78,000 as the sport dealt with a recession and the challenge of getting fans back in the stands when they can watch at home on flat-screen TVs. ''We want to be relevant, and Talladega wants to be relevant,'' said Helton, NASCAR's president, who ran Talladega Superspeedway from 1989 through 1993. ''When I left Talladega, we had 47,000 seats.
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NASCAR, Turner culminate 32-year broadcast partnership (NASCAR.com)

For more than three decades, NASCAR and Turner Sports have partnered to tell the stories of stock car racing -- longer than many of the drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series have been alive. On Sunday when the checkered flag flies at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, it will mark the conclusion of a long and prosperous partnership between NASCAR and Turner Sports. "There is no question that the folks at Turner have been fantastic partners for the past 32 years, and we can't thank them enough for everything they've done to grow the sport during that time frame," said Brian France, NASCAR chairman and chief executive officer. "Their dedication to producing first-class, innovative NASCAR broadcasts has never wavered, and this weekend's race from New Hampshire should bring an exciting yet bittersweet conclusion to TNT's NASCAR Summer Series." read more...

Sieg arrives on scene with Daytona performance (NASCAR.com)

This was the 27-year-old's first post-race news conference as a top-three finisher in one of NASCAR's national events. Dressed in a mostly plain, nearly all-black fire suit Sieg stood next to race runner-up and points leader Regan Smith, whose custom-made JR Motorsports drivers suit was crowded with colorful patches and who looked much more comfortable on stage -- although not nearly as excited or awestruck. As for his team, "they were extremely excited," Sieg said, recalling the final feet to the checkered flag. Some NASCAR fans may not be familiar with Sieg, whose crew chief's first name is "Cowboy" (Starland) and whose one-high school hometown of Tucker (Georgia) is known for being the headquarters of "The Big Green Egg" barbecue. read more...

With Chase nearing, Kahne needs to get on a roll (NASCAR.com)

"I came here a lot over the winter," Kahne said, referring to a bowling center in an area north of Charlotte where many NASCAR drivers live. Kahne's game really picked up when he figured out how to spin the ball. read more...

Almirola's win was rain-shortened, not cheapened (NASCAR.com)

Pardon Aric Almirola for stinking up Sunday's rain-shortened Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway, but don't expect an apology from the Richard Petty Motorsports driver.  "Nobody can take that away from me. read more...
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Almirola's Win Was Rain-shortened, Not Cheapened (NASCAR.com)