2000 Marcos LM600 EVO en Mantis - (690x405 - 90kB)
WWW.PACKAIR.COM Plymouth XNR concept car (1960), named after Chrysler design chief Virgil Exner. A striking asymmetric design streamlined the hood air scoop to instrument housing, driver's headrest and rear fin. The grille frame doubled as a front bumper. The 'X-motif' rear bumper was a visual reminder of the car's name. Built in 1959 by Ghia, it was powered by a 170 slant-six engine prepared to NASCAR specs, which on Chrysler's testing track, had a top speed of 150 mph
Read more: https://www.luerzersarchive.com/en/features/editors-blog/introducing-luerzers-archive-volume-2/2015-829.html Introducing Lürzer’s Archive Volume 2/2015. Find out which country topped the rankings in the latest issue. Plus interviews with Marcos Medeiros and Nils Leonard. Michael Weinzettl introduces Lürzer’s Archive Volume 2/2015. New Beetle. Design on the outside. Fun on the inside. 2.0L engine. 210 horsepower. 23 city mpg. By Publicidad Causa, Lima Vol. 2/2015 of Lürzer’s…
Hand crafted pub style table using repurposed engine/car parts. This is the "tri-rod hp" tables
FIFA 18 Switch uses custom-built engine runs at 60FPS A portion of an Eurogamer interview with EA's Andrei Lazaresco... E: How exactly is the Nintendo Switch version of FIFA 18 different than the other versions? Andrei Lazaresco: This is a custom-built engine for the Switch. It's completely different than the PS4 and the Xbox One. E: So it's not Frostbite. Andrei Lazaresco: It's not Frostbite. It's custom-built. The whole engine is entirely new to the platform. E: It's not Ignite [the…
Top 5 BMW R-Series customs
Una de las mejores motos custom de la serie R de BMW.
Had our family's birthday constellations mapped and framed and I'm so in love with the final result. Thank you @thenightskyio... (yea that is a zebra peeking out from the top & fire engine reflecting in the glass.... because we have kids.
Comunidad El Pais » Un paseo por la historia de los coches » TRATANDO DE SALVAR VIDAS
Great Business Uses for Your Social Media Accounts The profiles you have on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms to promote your business have good and bad uses. That’s something most business owners find out as they try to engage buyers on each site, they discover what does and doesn’t work. That process can take months or years, though, and a lot of the clients I work with simply don’t have the time to experiment. Today I want to share with you a few rules of thumb about…