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Let the record show that after easing off the line at about 1500 rpm to avoid wheelspin, the ZR-1 goes from 0 to 60 in 4.9s and gets to the quarter-mile marker in 13.4s.<p><i>This article</i><p>They get no respect, this American-made sports cars. Especially in Europe where performance, handling and …
Community College Fights to Keep its Prized Snake<p>“No take-backs.” It’s a schoolyard philosophy that still holds merit even in our adult lives. And it especially rings true when the thing being taken back is going to be destroyed, and that thing is a pre-production version of the original Dodge …Sports Cars
30 Dec<p>News<br>• |<br>• Josh Barnett<br>• |<p>You’ve probably noticed that 2013 was a pretty big year for the Porsche 911. To mark the end of the 911’s 50th anniversary …
Reign in Spain: The winged horse that sparked the prancing Italian<p>An unknown brand hailing from fascist Franco’s backward and isolated Spain caused jaws to drop at the 1951 Paris motor show when it unveiled a Grand Touring car brimming with F1 technology: a free-breathing, four-cam V-8; a …
Bob, George, John, Phil, Ringo and Johnny . . . oh my!<p>New York — Bob Dylan snuck into Columbia's Studio B in New York on May Day and recorded for 12 …Bob Dylan
We were trucking down a Sardinian highway in Italdesign’s Parcour, cornering flatly at speed, when Fabrizio Giugiaro said, “Now I’ll show you what we can do. We see a nice off-road, and there we go.” He promptly drove the megabuck concept car off the pavement and onto a deeply gouged dirt road—and …Supercars
<i>Coal mines at Ying Tih (?)</i><p>Thomas Allom, from China vol. 4, by George N. Wright, London, circa 1843.
Yalta, Crimea (Ukraine)<p>Palm tree path in Nikitsky Botanical Garden<p>(1957)
Japanese poster for <b>HELP!</b> (Richard Lester, UK, 1965)<p>Designer: unknown<p>See many more international posters for HELP! in Movie Poster of the Week at mubi.com
"QUANTUM SHOT" #839 <br>Link - article by Avi Abrams<p><b>These are very rare and beautiful visions, published in Japan in the 1930s-1960s</b><p>We are continuing our …SpongeBob SquarePants
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Digital Rare Book: Journal of a tour through part of the snowy range of the Himala Mountains, and to the sources of the rivers Jumna and Ganges By James Baillie Fraser Printed for Rodwell and Martin, London - 1820 Read book Online: http://bit.ly/11VphJa Download pdf Book: http://bit.ly/16tsvIg Image: This coloured aquatint was made by Robert Havell and Son from plate 19 of JB Fraser's 'Views in the Himala Mountains'. Now little more than a hamlet, BHAIRONGHATI lies about 10 kilometres from Gangotri. It is set in a thickly forested region near the river Jahnavi, a tributary of the Bhagirathi (the Ganges at its origin). Arriving here on 19 July 1815, James wrote: "A very singular and terrible place. The course of the river has continued foaming through its narrow rocky bed and the hills approach their heads, as though they could meet at a prodigious height above. At this point the Bhagiruttee is divided into two branches; that which preserves the name descends from the eastward, and the other, of a size fully equal, called the Jhannevie, joins it from the north-east. Both these rivers run in chasms, the depth, narrowness and rugged wildness of which it is impossible to describe." Copyright © The British Library Board
Moscow 1977 - State Kremlin Palace