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I’ve personally laid [over 1/4 mile of block paving](https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?saddr=Unknown+road&daddr=Unknown+road&hl=en&ll=52.867685,-1.268948&spn=0.000575,0.002034&sll=52.866962,-1.268142&sspn=0.000575,0.002034&geocode=FRy-JgMdtJ_s_w%3BFXCvJgMd6aTs_w&t=h&mra=mift&mrsp=1&sz=20&z=20). I don’t know how many metres per hour we were doing, but the method in the video posted above somewhere doesn’t really seem any faster at all. We had four guys, three laying, on one
I’m watching a documentary on the History channel about this right now. What a crowd of ‘conservationist’ idiots. Ran over a fishing boat near Guatemala, killing a fisherman, and after being cleared by the Guatemalan gov’t (dunno how) continued the race! They should have
There is plenty of room for a diffuser. The reason there are no diffusers on new(er) RSRs is because Grand Am bans them, but I don’t think they were banned in 1976. Also, with the modern RSRs’ huge wings, you don’t want to uplift
Looking at the 80’s and further back, there were Lada cars and a few UAZ in the 80’s, so Iceland did in fact buy some equipment from the eastern bloc, but those were usually not from Russia-proper when it came to construction and agricultural
He’s getting downvoted because he’s making a generalized statement about cruise ship design based on one ship, as if there is some master design for them. I agree that the QotS is a bit….out there, but it’s by no means the ugliest thing to
Let’s can the harsh language. The new ones are, but have you seen any built before the 1,000 footers? They’re *beautiful*. The Edward L. Ryerson is [art](http://imgur.com/a/bSHrs), the Alpena has the lines of an [ocean liner](http://imgur.com/a/6wC6I), the Arthur M. Anderson is among the most
In this case though, it’s shit. The car was first designed back in ’99 by a body shop guy and an entrepreneur, none of which (if you’ve noticed) know of any mechanical work. The car has a history of blowing through gearboxes and generally
The blocks are usually made from a dense hardwood. They are positioned very precisely prior to the ship entering dock and are dogged down so that they don’t move when the dock is flooded. It looks simple enough but a surprising amount of time,
You’re very welcome. Please don’t have problems with strikes or jack up your prices and I won’t be forced to take my business down south. I’m actually surprised that despite the higher taxes and regulations in NY that it’s still the cheapest option outside
at first it was said, that he wanted the 599 v12 engine (Tipo F140C) build into the 458 chassis but this never happened, so he got this tribute to 512. btw. there are some more ferraris that were build by the factory for special
>Before achieving fame in aeronautics, Glenn Curtiss started his career with motorcycles. The early aviation community began to seek out Curtiss because of his growing reputation for designing powerful, lightweight motorcycle engines. In 1906 he designed his first V-8 engine in response to several
wow, this could very well be one of the best timed pictures of all time. how the hell could anyone down vote this???
I appreciate the courtesy. Yes, there are hundreds of pictures *somewhere* with my plate in it and yes, I know you can’t easily go get my info from my plate number, but if my car is the focus of the picture, I like my
The technology in this bike is incredible, considering it was designed in the 1930’s. Just look at the frame! Also, the engine was so good the Russians and BMW flatly stole the blueprints to produce their own versions. Zundapp was teh shit!
Just in case you or anyone else doesn’t know, It was made for GT5 by Citröen (The GTbyCITROEN), for GT6 Polyphony Digital had a special concept program which a lot of makes enrolled in. So expect many beautiful things coming out with this one.
Hydraulics give lots of small problems, leaks, overheating, etc. Mercedes airlines go brittle, and need completely renewing. Trouble is, it’s a nightmare of a job, entailing a complete vehicle stripdown. Hence, it never gets done. Portal axles sound great – till the gearboxes start
That’s the old Mystic Miss Geico… One of the turbines caught fire and she burnt to the water line. The new one runs 1650 Mercs and is a 43 Victory I believe.
I grew up watching this boat (among many others) throughout the summer at my grandparent’s cabin, at the mouth of the St. Mary’s River. I love seeing these boats, whether from a few miles away or from the observation platforms near the locks in
the russian translated comments are amazing; GeniYVideO 7 months ago The operator hands to tear off – he tremor of the limbs. Which is not to rest the elbow in the stomach so as not shaking? or squat down and rest the elbow to
No idea. I was under the impression that they had basically the same body, but I’m not sure. Those guys have an email on their website. I would recommend shooting them an email. Like I said, I just found that in a search, I
Its big brother the [de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_Havilland_Canada_DHC-6_Twin_Otter) is still one of the most popular aircraft used in Antarctica. It actually was the first aircraft to perform a rescue evacuation to the South Pole during the Antarctic winter. Read about it [here](http://www.southpolestation.com/news/medevac.html).
Also, looking at this on a real computer I got some more details. The thing front and center (yellow) is the governor pedestal I described. Directly behind that is the High Pressure turbine. This turbine is the entry point of the steam coming from
The ship’s electrical and mechanical systems would need to be completed in order to properly ballast and stabilize the hull for a long ocean-crossing voyage. The upper-structure doesn’t appear to be in place yet, so those systems aren’t complete. Also, tugs are very expensive,