Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by xcel, Feb 20, 2013.
Another from a bygone era. It looks worth saving too.
You know you want to drive this.
An early Caddy pedal car!
I can see you trying to do the front legroom/back legroom thing in this one. I can also see Bubba Smith trying to sit in this one. But , yeah , you're right Wayne.
I would love to drive this road!
I would love to drive this road just outside of Queensland, New Zealand!
I saw this about an hour ago cruising down the road.
I doubt this #Nissan #Rogue driver received the Star Wars black helmet with his purchase but I have to give him an A for effort.
He turned into a local target shooting and Gun Shop. Presumably to get better at shooting his not so accurate "Blaster".
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
#efficient #long #distance #traveler - #CleanMPG
When you want to live dangerously,
This pic by Jon Volk of a Caddy long beyond its prime speaks volumes.
This poor old guy...
What is it ? European , sure , but what ?
Not sure but I believe it is an early Model T.
Anyone ready for a trip on the "Highway to Hell"?
Funny car stuff.
Chevrolet unveiled its life-size LEGO Batmobile at the North American International Auto Show.
Measuring 17-feet long and featuring exclusive stud shooters, the LEGO Batmobile from Chevrolet was designed to strike fear in the heart of any villain. The vehicle was inspired by Batman’s Speedwagon featured in “The LEGO Batman Movie,” which hits U.S. theaters on Feb. 10.
The LEGO Batmobile from Chevrolet appears in the next variation of Chevrolet’s “Real People, Not Actors” campaign as shown in the vid. In the spot, real LEGO Minifigure figurines discuss what kind of person would drive the all-new LEGO Batmobile.
To learn more about all the exciting options available on the LEGO® Batmobile, please visit Chevrolet.com.
The LEGO Batmobile
83 inches tall, 204 inches long, and 111 inches wide
It weighs 1,695.5 pounds
Each tire weighs over 100 pounds
The interior frame is made from more than 86 feet of square tube aluminum and weighs 282.5 pounds
Total number of LEGO bricks used to build the Batmobile: 344,187
Total number of LEGO colors used: 17
The LEGO Batmobile took 222 hours to design and 1,833 hours to build
2017 Lego Batmobile
Is this Alfa Romeo AlfaSprint beyond saving?
It looks like the barn collapsed on top of it !
Nice ! Our environment doesn't like two-stroke motorcycles , but I had a couple of great ones.
Two-stroke exhaust note = sizzling , crackling sound of POWER ! !
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