- 9PCS Combo includes: front bucket seat covers x 2pcs, rear bench seat covers ( Top & Bottom ) x 2pcs, separated headrest covers x 5pcs
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Darian SanayeiMarch 3, 2018 - Racer X Online
It's 6,998 miles from Monroe, Washington, to Patagonia race track in the Neuquén province of Argentina. And that's not even counting the detour American racer took to station himself in the Benelux region of the Low Countries of Europe...
MXGP of ArgentinaMarch 5, 2018 - Racer X Online
As usual, the meeting counted on the passionate following of the native fans, and the local town of Villa La Angostura was a thriving hub of activity across the weekend; the high street of bars and restaurants was almost audible with bench racing...
Bruce Larson Racing 18th Annual USA-1 Nostalgia Dragfest Bench Racing At Its Best
On a brisk November day the faithful fans, live legends and car crazies of all stripes converged upon the barn, Bruce Larson Racing's home for a day of bench racing, swapping parts, memorabilia...
ESPN 1987 Bench Racing with Benny Part 1/3
Prior to the 1987 Transouth 500, Benny Parsons sat down with Darrell Waltrip, Cale Yarborough and Richard Petty to tall some stories from the "good old days".
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Art of Advocacy Series: Direct ExaminationLexisNexis. 2016
Using a variety of direct examinations from actual trials, this work analyzes: establishing loss of future earnings in work injury, medical malpractice, and products liability cases; keeping injury focused on impact of injury on plaintiff's life; establishing credibility of experts; controlling flow of questions and answers; providing liability by circumstantial evidence; and much more. First published in 1981. 1 Volume; updated with revisions.
Consumed NostalgiaColumbia University Press. 2015
Nostalgia isn’t what it used to be. For many of us, modern memory is shaped less by a longing for the social customs and practices of the past, or family heirlooms handed down over generations, and more by childhood encounters with ephemeral commercial goods and media moments. This phenomenon has given rise to communities of nostalgia built around narrow age groups whose members remain loyal to the toys, television, and music of their youth and return to the theme parks and pasttimes of their upbringing, hoping to reclaim that feeling of childhood wonder or teenage freedom. While the romantic recollection of objects and experiences is not new, consumed nostalgia took definite shape in the 1970s, spurred by an increase in the turnover of consumer goods, the commercialization of...