2015 Lamborghini Aventador

I was walking on a sidewalk toward an intersection a few weeks ago. I was walking on the side of oncoming traffic facing the intersection right as a Huracan came through the intersection to make a right turn on red. As it finished the

Bugatti employee working with a Veyron engine.

There’s two kind of twin turbo systems, sequential and parallel. A parallel system is the more common design, especially in V engines. Usually you have one turbo for each bank, basically giving you two inline turbo engines connected with a common crank. This allows

My Uncle Tim’s Crazy Cool Homemade Tube Amp

It must be a pretty strong FM station, AM is much more susceptible to accidental demodulation, although sometimes funny things happen. In my case it was the BBC located in England, thousands of miles away, while local stations caused no interference. > Loudest at

1967 Obsidian SG One Mustang

I see a lot of people complaining, saying about what they would change. There are a lot of these cars, and this is the first one that I’ve seen that is completely unique. I love the modern twist to it. All of the people

Nissan R34 Skyline GT-R V-Spec II

Yep. North America is infatuated with it because the FnF films and video games mixed with the fact we didn’t get them here so it’s a rare thing to see. Nothing wrong with the car at all but they get way overhyped on this

An amazing Japanese drift garage

Im familiar with camber, I use to race quads, (4 wheelers, not guys in wheel chairs) we would lean tires in so as you go into a turn and the body of the quad rolls, the outside tire would actually be perpendicular to the

my FZ-09

Sorry if you’ve answered this question already, but I am looking to get an MT-09 (that’s what we call the model in Australia), but I am totally not digging the stock license fender. It looks rushed and I don’t like how it sticks out

Ferrari F40

There are 4 that I know of within 15 minutes of my house (Northern Chicago suburbs) and I have a few friends who have F40s so I’ve enjoyed the occasional ride. One friend who has both an F40 and F50 and the skill to

Spotted this today, who makes it?

I don’t know if someone makes it as a complete jacket but it may just be a “Misfits” skull patch sewed onto a jacket of choice… http://www.musiciansfriend.com/lifestyle/cd-visionary-misfits-face-patch?cntry=us&source=3WWRWXGP&gclid=Cj0KEQjwv6WrBRD4gbngqe7mosYBEiQAIB5oTAzXjeOnocJyFbUTVhQnpZ96uoDoFwJZtBrohh2g2xMaAlE28P8HAQ&[email protected]pe^PLA-device^c-adid^51870555867

Wally Power 55, one stunning cruiser

Good looking boat if you like the in-your-face stealth fighter thing. These boats from Wally have spawned a whole series of imitators which all have the same plumb bow and deep forefoot. It’s an unfortunate defect. In any serious sea she will have to

Mazda Rx3.

Nah, you’re on the money. I had 2 RX4’s, then an RX3 (1973/74 models) in the late 80’s / early 90’s and Datsun 240s and 260’s from that era all had a similar look. Edit: [Here’s my 2nd RX4 not long after I bought

Dream car? 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback

I honestly just love good looking cars. I don’t put myself with an alliance to any car genre really. I feel like you miss out if you don’t try to appreciate all types of cars. There are so many different technologies and styling are

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat was just unveiled

[Interior](http://i.imgur.com/inUTLGE.jpg) is looking pretty nice too. Loving the shot of it [eating tyres](http://i.imgur.com/8lF1Lw4.jpg). **Edit** – Oh lordy, it sounds [**incredible**](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YU2d3YpJVYk). *Over six hundred horsepower* from the Chrysler Group’s supercharged 6.2 liter Hemi V8. That’s the headline hitting the automotive press on the unveiling of

Ebba Maersk and HNLMS Evertsen at sea.

At least that many, I am unsure what the ratio of 20ft : 40ft containers is on a modern voyage but from looking at a lot of photos it seems that 40ft containers are the most popular nowadays. 20ft containers can be moved on

Ingersoll. A mill in an old warehouse in Pittsburgh.

The first bit of [this video](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U99asuDT97I) is a pretty good explanation. The difference between the two machines in that video and the machine in this photo (besides the size, the Ingersoll machine is much larger) is in the movements. In the Ingersoll machine in

Margiris one of the biggest trawler ever build

For the Curious this is a 142 meter (or 466ft) Trawler\Factory ship with an 18 meter (59ft) beam. Most recently known as *Abel Tasman* it can drag a 300 meter long net with an opening of 80 by 35 Meters (reportedly fitted with an

Yas Superyacht on Transporter

The idea of transporting a boat on the water via another boat was unintuitive to me, so I looked into it. So imagine if you’re super wealthy, and you have a nice yacht, but it’s docked at Monaco. And you decide you want to