I love Mustangs. Inspiring machinery. Truly visionary.
Supra Snow Plow, for quick clearance…
Messerschmitt KR200 Snowmobile
Now this would be a trip!
Ha! Haha! Hahahahahaha!
Life size silicone sculpture of Edgar Allan Poe by Tom Kuebler.
Haha! This is very cool.
1968 Ford GT 40.
Mr John of B.
Espíritu de Montjuïc 2019. Circuit de Catalunya.
Timeless and perfect.
My dreamiest dream car of them all.
New Pterosaur Species Unearthed in Lebanon
Here via the appearance on my tumblr feed of the wonderful allosuchus’ reblogging of alphynix’s post.
Ooh, I just love this… whenever new pieces of the puzzle are found I get a thrill.
You simply must know that there were at least as many species of all forms of life around back then as there are now… and due to the conditions present in those days potentially a lot more than exist today … the scarcity is simply because fossilization is not a common occurrence. Not in the least.
Lennon and Jagger in 1974 or ‘75.
A wonderful Tukilotu as prepared by the notorious KOHL Automobile GmbH, AC Schnitzer Automobile Technik.
It is to lust after.
The great Nanni Galli piloting one of the works Autodelta Alfa Romeo T33TT/3 cars at Brands Hatch in 1972. He qualified 9th and finished 6th.
A mighty AMG Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.8 at the 1971 24 Hours of Spa.
Because music is the food of Love.
The world needs Love.
But remember … Ear Protection!
We can go to te Moon, but we can’t fix ears!
The John Wyer Automotive Gulf-Mirage M2 piloted by Jacky Ickx and Jackie Oliver at the 1969 Nürburgring 1000Km.
The awesomeness knew no bounds.
An Eric della Faille image.
This feature is quite simply the best thing ever!
1966, it was…
Mercedes-Benz 600 Sedan
Imagery by Chapron
A majestically magnificent machine that definitely had an air of authority surrounding it. You could actually feel it!
I wanted one so bad. But we were poor and I was 11. I still want one today! A 600SEL, especially! Whee!
MGB GT Sebring
I had a roadster, which was fantastic and fun, but I always lusted for the GT with it’s sexy coupe styling.
fadingNot sure if the MGB GT Sebring was a real thing, what with my rapidly fading memory, but it certainly wouldn’t surprise me.
And then there were the V8s!
Sir George Martin
A Legend. A Visionary. A Hero.
The mighty Messerschmitt KR175 spyder, although it may quite possibly be a high performance KR200.
A Noble Streamline Car pulling a Teardrop Trailer. Sometime in the 1930s.
I dunno, man, I really dig it and gol dang it if I don’t want one madly to love and to go hunt dinosaurs in.
Sweet it would be…
It’s elegant. And sounds so good.
Timeless, this icon is. Lookin’ simply gorgeous over here with those sexy blue reels.
ReVox A77 MKIV by Willi Studer.
I lust for a PR99…
A supreme example of simple pleasures enjoyed with long lasting quality and a wonderfully joyous spirit. Bravo Mazda!
ooh Lordy, I do hope I win this here American Tactical GSG 16!
The inimitable Bozak CMA 10-2DLA stereo mixer preamplifier.
A true legend, it has a cult following. I would love to have one; for the phono circuits, especially. It’s out of my league, of course, price-wise. This one’s going for $2,100 bucks.
Made with no nonsense just 15 minutes Northeast of here. Extremely highly regarded by everyone. This was the first pro level DJ mixer and was a standard for the then-new field.
All hail Rudy Bozak!
Superior speakers, too, came from Rudy Bozak, a point-source dude!.
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.”
— Albert Einstein
🔸1969 Mercedes-Benz C-111🔸
We call it a concept car, though Mercedes would term it a research vehicle. First unveiled in 1969, the gull-winged wonder sported a 280bhp three-rotor Wankel engine. In 1970 a refreshed car was wheeled out with a four-rotor powerplant then in 1978 an all-new car emerged, with diesel power, as pictured.
Extremely aerodynamic, as a diesel it broke a speed record for that fuel of 200mph in 1978, and a year later with a 4.8-litre petrol V8 it achieved the extraordinary average lap speed of 251mph.
A total of 16 cars were produced.
I’ve been in mad love with the C-111 from the instant I saw it. An incredible automobile.
UNCUT STS-48 UFO “event”
May 16, 2009
This is for the researcher who wants to see this “legendary” clip in full. It goes from “normal” at night, to the 1st NASA shuttle video to show a UFO!
Relive the ‘buildup,’ not expecting anything as thunderstorms are being observed.
From Martyn Stubbs’ NASA UFO Archives.
These were heady times. These were good times.
I miss the old days.
OMG how lovely!
The fantabulous Quad 12L Studio!
These are basically my 12Ls but in a powered version! And we know how good Quad amps are, eh? That said, mine are powered by a Hafler P3000 transnova, so mine just might win! Ha! Hahaha!
Gosh, even so, I would love to get these, just because they are what they are — but, there’s my persistently non-existent budget standing firmly in the way, as I doubt that affirm will help me. As usual.
Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale.
Alfa Romeo da tutto il mondo.
“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”
— Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mark Donohue’s Ferrari 512M, Watkins Glen 1971 (did not finish)
I remember it so well. I was just 16 years old.
The times were exciting back then. Things were … “real.”
Beautiful pictures of the solar eclipse of December 26, 2019 in Saudi Arabia.
Photo Credit: Haroon Ali
Just mesmerizingly spectacular…
And this is the GT350R I just configured at the Ford site.
Who would have ever thought a Mustang would come in at just shy of $78,000.00 and be worth every penny? Ha!
2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500
The Son of God, eh?
Uncle Adi chillin’ with some troops.
The loveliness knows no bounds.
An Australian Dyson articulated Landliner bus from 1945.
A wonderful Randy Grubb Decopod, complete with a custom made matching art deco helmet!
I got to go upstairs and give my gifts to my Angels and hang with them and the lovely mommy’s parents.
My princess loved her new outfits as did her Mom and all of them were highly praised by everyone. Which caused me to get warm fuzzies. And to cap it off I got some gifts, too!
This is the coolest buggy I have ever seen!
I don’t recognize it and google is no help whatsoever. I can’t make out the hood ornament… Anyone know this car?
The Mazda RX-500 concept of 1970…
And the General Motors Firebird III concept of 1958.
“Celestino Quijada, the man who saw Hitler in Bariloche. Testimony in my book The Second Life of Hitler (1945- ), Planeta Editorial”
— Abel Basti
Abel is a great researcher. I so wish that someday he will release his books in English.