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Toyota F1 Parts For Sale - Web Exclusive

Jun 2, 2009
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Formula One merchandise has never seen anything like it: alongside the familiar caps, T-shirts and keyrings, Toyota's grand prix team is selling a host of high-tech parts from past racing cars.





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Among the items for sale are carbon fiber wings, brakes and light alloy wheels, which are all a mouse click away. The parts are priced from 175-4400 (about $290-7200). To view the sale, simply visit the Toyota F1 website at www.toyota-f1-shop.com





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At the bargain end of the market there are wheels, brake rotors and suspension parts from less than $330, while front and rear wing assemblies can be yours for between $1100 and $3300. And if you want that ultimate desk accessory, a complete rear wing, engine cover or underbody section - virtually half a car - the asking price is just $7200.

"While stocks last" promises to be an appropriate sales pitch as F1 fans rush to snap up these rare bargains.

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