This diesel engine setting/locking tool set is an essential service tool for a wide range of vehicles from various manufacturers. Suitable for use with multiple engines fitted to a variety of Ford, Citroen, Fiat, Jaguar, Land Rover, LDV and Peugeot models, this handy set ensures that the engine timing is locked or set correctly before, during and after engine repair. This is vital for ensuring
Suitable for a range of camper vans, including Fiat Ducato and Peugeot Boxer with:- standard or high top - short or long wheel base- rear cycle carrier and ladder- side mounted awning blind Heavy duty 4-ply non-woven polypropylene fabr
Includes die-cast metal DieselFeatures plastic connectors to attach engines to cargo cars or tenders (sold separately and subject to availability)Works on Thomas & Friends Adventures train tracks (sold separate...
Round off your ensembles in style with this Bluestar Cintura belt from Diesel. Crafted in Europe from polished leather, it features a lustrous metal buckle embossed with a star motif and the iconic brand logo.
Boys of all ages will love this Construction Kit that contains everything you need to make your own fully-working model of a V8 engine. Produced by the publishers of the indispensable Haynes car manuals the Build-your-own V8 Engine has instructions in classic Haynes format. Although the engine is a simplified version of the real thing it is a really fun way to show how an engine actually works.
Mens brown leather belt from Diesel. Crafted from shiny, textured leather, the Bluestar belt features a silver-tone, square pin buckle with an embossed Diesel logo and a star. Complete with a leather keeper and tonal stitching. Cowhide Leather Belt Width: 4cm
No, not the new fangled one - this is the original Fiat 500 or Nuova 500, launched in 1957 as one of the first city cars. Rear engined like the Volkswagen Beetle and now relaunched as one of the worlds most popular small cars, with over a million units sold in five years. This is original art inspired by Fiat. It is unofficial and in no way associated with Fiat. Fiat and related marks are