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Movers & Shakers: LIQUI MOLY USA Names Sales VPs, Bring a Trailer Launches Android App

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LIQUI MOLY USA Names New Sales VPs

LIQUI MOLY USA has promoted Dave Bibb and Lenny Levac to vice president of sales for the United States and Canada.


Dave Bibb (left) and Lenny Levac.

In their new roles, Bibb (United States) and Levac (Canada) will assist in shaping the future of the sales department and driving the success of the company.

"Dave Bibb and Lenny Levac have consistently demonstrated exceptional leadership, dedication and expertise driving sales efforts forward," said CEO Sebastian Zelger. "Their strategic vision, unparalleled work ethic, and commitment to excellence have not only contributed significantly to LIQUI MOLY USA’s growth but have also served as an inspiration to their colleagues. I am more than happy for them."

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Bring a Trailer Launches Android App

Automotive auction platform Bring a Trailer has launched a new mobile app for Android users in the Google Play store.

The app, which follows the initial debut on the Apple App Store last year, allows community members to access Bring a Trailer in a mobile-first environment that includes the website's key features.

Mirroring the functionality of its Apple equivalent, the Android app spotlights freshly listed and popular auctions, premium and no-reserve listings, bidding activity and model pages, and also provides customizable alerts.

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The Drive Revives YouTube Channel

The Drive automotive media brand has relaunched its YouTube channel, formerly known as DRIVE.

Founded in 2012, the revamped YouTube channel will offer a range of content, including a documentary series profiling enthusiasts and their cars, and a hosted explainer series breaking down stories from the past, present and future of cars and transportation.

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Legacy EV Launches Powertrain Kit for Under $10K

EV Kit LegacyLegacy EV, a provider of aftermarket electric vehicle (EV) applications and educational programs, has introduced an EV electrification kit for under $10,000.

The kit is developed from the powertrain components of a Nissan Leaf, repurposing components of the first EV available to the mass market, the company said.

In addition to using the Nissan components, the Legacy EV kit includes an aftermarket vehicle control unit that manages charging, motor control, brake lights, reverse lights, pre-charging, HV relays and more. Installation can include the existing gearbox to run half-shaft axles for front-engine, front-wheel-drive or rear-engine, rear-wheel-drive donor vehicles. Alternatively, it utilizes a TorqueBox for single-speed gear reduction, or a manual transmission adaptor plate if owners want to retain the factory transmission.

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Advanced Clutch Technology Wins Turn 14 Distribution 2023 Supplier of the Year Award

Turn 14 Distribution, the Horsham, Pennsylvania-based performance parts distributor, has named Advanced Clutch Technology (ACT) as its 2023 Supplier of the Year.

Advanced Clutch Technology

The Supplier of the Year award is presented annually to Turn 14 Distribution's leading supplier to recognize its merit in the industry and its role in the supply chain. Turn 14 Distribution considers all aspects of its relationship, the company said, focusing on sustainable long-term relationships. Advanced Clutch Technology embodied the essence of the award, committing itself to sales growth, product innovation and collaboration with Turn 14 Distribution throughout the year, distributor representatives said.

Advanced Clutch Technology designs, engineers and develops clutch kits and flywheels for track and street performance applications.

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