ANSA Automotive Releases New 2005-2006 SPORT Performance Catalog

ANSA Automotive Releases New 2005-2006 SPORT Performance Catalog

The new 2005-2006 ANSA SPORT high performance exhaust systems catalog is headlined “The Sound of Power” and provides complete product photos and descriptions on almost 150 part numbers. Included are updated product listings for many vintage applications for Triumph and Alfa Romeo, as well as contemporary applications for Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Volkswagen and more. It also includes a boutique showcasing ANSA SPORT sponsorship apparel with the Loris Kessel/Ferrari logo.

The new 2005-2006 ANSA SPORT high performance exhaust systems catalog is headlined “The Sound of Power” and provides complete product photos and descriptions on almost 150 part numbers. Included are updated product listings for many vintage applications for Triumph and Alfa Romeo, as well as contemporary applications for Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Volkswagen and more. It also includes a boutique showcasing ANSA SPORT sponsorship apparel with the Loris Kessel/Ferrari logo.

"All sport systems go through intense testing to ensure that each system produces the true ANSA ‘Sound of Power’," says Patricia Law, vice president and general manager. "This process is explained in the Research and Development section of the new catalog."

ANSA Sport performance products are imported exclusively by ANSA Automotive. Visit the ANSA booth #22123 at the SEMA show or booth #9224 at the AAPEX show in Las Vegas. For more information call (800) 841-9166, or visit www.ANSASport.com.

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