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406 Nissan Diesel murano cabezal champagne 2004 $9,700 Ver
379 Nissan Diesel UD grua BLANCO 1999 $29,500 Ver
361 Nissan Diesel 2300 UD camion BLANCO 1991 llamar Ver
348 Nissan Diesel UD camion BLANCO 1995 $24,000 Ver
343 Nissan Diesel UD 2600 camion BLANCO 1999 $24,500 Ver
414 Nissan Diesel UD camion Blanco 2000 $16,000 Ver



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Injured Tony Stewart to miss start of final NASCAR season (The Associated Press)

FILE - In this Thursay, Jan. 21, 2016, file photo, Stewart Haas Racing co-owner and driver Tony Stewart talks to members of the media during the NASCAR Charlotte Motor Speedway Media Tour in Charlotte, N.C. The three-time NASCAR champion has been hospitalized with a back injury after a non-racing accident on Sunday and Stewart-Haas Racing is unsure of the extent of his injuries, a team spokesman told The Associated Press, Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016. (AP Photo/Mike McCarn, File)Tony Stewart will miss the start of his final NASCAR season after fracturing his back in an accident on an all-terrain vehicle, Stewart-Haas Racing said Thursday. The three-time NASCAR champion sustained a ''burst fracture of the L1 vertebra'' when he crashed on an ATV Sunday and he had surgery Wednesday, the team said. A timetable for Stewart's return has not been determined, but SHR said he is expected to make a full recovery and race this year.
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NASCAR's Tony Stewart hospitalized with back injury (The Associated Press)

FILE - In this Thursay, Jan. 21, 2016, file photo, Stewart Haas Racing co-owner and driver Tony Stewart talks to members of the media during the NASCAR Charlotte Motor Speedway Media Tour in Charlotte, N.C. The three-time NASCAR champion has been hospitalized with a back injury after a non-racing accident on Sunday and Stewart-Haas Racing is unsure of the extent of his injuries, a team spokesman told The Associated Press, Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016. (AP Photo/Mike McCarn, File)Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart was hospitalized Tuesday with a back injury and Stewart-Haas Racing said the team was unsure of the extent of his injuries just a week before he is expected in Daytona to prepare for his final season in Sprint Cup. The 44-year-old Stewart was injured Sunday during an accident while he was riding an all-terrain vehicle somewhere on the West Coast, SHR spokesman Mike Arning told The Associated Press. Arning indicated Stewart's condition will not be updated again until Thursday.
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Legendary NASCAR broadcaster Barney Hall dies at 83 (The Associated Press)

The grandstands during the Daytona 500 auto race on Feb., 22, 2015 in Daytona Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/Reinhold MatayBarney Hall, whose folksy delivery brought NASCAR racing to life for radio listeners across the country for more than five decades, died late Tuesday. Hall called his first Daytona 500 in 1960 and missed ''The Great American Race'' just four times in 57 years. A native of Elkin, North Carolina, Hall was one of the original members of the Motor Racing Network staff and widely known as the ''Voice of MRN.'' He was inducted into the National Motorsports Hall of Fame in 2007.
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Smith delights crowd during off-the-cuff induction speech (The Associated Press)

The 2016 class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, from left, Bruton Smith, Terry Labonte, Curtis Turner, Jerry Cook, and Bobby Isaac, is shown during an announcement at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C., Wednesday, May 20, 2015. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)Bruton Smith, the colorful chairman of Speedway Motorsports Inc., delighted the audience with an off-the-cuff speech Saturday while accepting his place in NASCAR's Hall of Fame, touching on everything from his building of Charlotte Motor Speedway to his unwavering support of Coca-Cola. Smith, who owns eight tracks that host 12 Sprint Cup Series events, had steadfastly maintained he didn't care about making NASCAR's Hall of Fame as he repeatedly failed to make the ballot of nominees. Smith discussed the difficulty in financing the building of a race track, only to see it completed and not have enough money to keep it open.
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Stewart at ease heading into final season of storied career (The Associated Press)

Tony Stewart looks on before the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series auto race at Phoenix International Raceway, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015, in Avondale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ralph Freso)Tony Stewart is a man at peace as he heads into the final season of his NASCAR career. Stewart is also adamant that his struggles the last two years, on and off the track, have nothing to do with his decision to retire at the end of this season. The three-time NASCAR champion reiterated Thursday he will race in other series after this year - but not the Indianapolis 500, he insisted - and his decision to leave the Sprint Cup Series is simply about giving himself more free time to pursue everything that has been on hold the last three decades.
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Roush Fenway Racing hopes new personnel improves competition (The Associated Press)

Team co-owner Jack Roush, center, poses for a photo with drivers, from left, Bubba Wallace, Ryan Reed, Chris Buscher, Trevor Bayne, Ricky Stenhouse Jr, and Greg Biffle during the Charlotte Motor Speedway NASCAR Media Tour in Charlotte, N.C., Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)Roush Fenway Racing opened last season with the same optimism as every other team in NASCAR. Roush drivers failed to win a single Sprint Cup race last year and the organization didn't put a driver in the Chase for the first time since the playoff format began in 2004. Greg Biffle and Trevor Bayne both had offseason crew chief changes, and three key additions were made to the competition staff.
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Truex reunites with Bass Pro Shops for 2016 (The Associated Press)

Joe Garone, left, president and general manager of Furniture Row Racing, sits with driver Martin Truex Jr, second from left, crew chief Cole Pearn, second from right, and professional bull rider Luke Snyder, right, during the Charlotte Motor Speedway NASCAR Media Tour in Charlotte, N.C., Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Furniture Row Racing has signed a sponsorship agreement with Bass Pro Shops for Martin Truex Jr.
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Truex Reunites With Bass Pro Shops For 2016 (The Associated Press)