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Double overhead Camshaft blog

Mercedes Classe A - video: Ludovic Houplain - collectif H5 - music: Kavinsky « Road game »

- Norton Seeley -

Dick Man - Honda 750 four - 1970 - Daytona 200 miles - 1st place

Dick Man - Honda 750 four - 1970 - Daytona 200 miles - 1st place

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Avro CF-105 Arrow - Canadian delta winged interceptor aircraft - first flight: 25 march 1958 but cancelled 20 february 1959 - Mach 2,3

Avro CF-105 Arrow - Canadian delta winged interceptor aircraft - first flight: 25 march 1958 but cancelled 20 february 1959 - Mach 2,3

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- Wankel engine - internal combustion engine - eccentric rotary design - four-stroke cycle - oval like epitrochoid shaped housing and a rotor -

- Wankel engine - internal combustion engine - eccentric rotary design - four-stroke cycle - oval like epitrochoid shaped housing and a rotor -

KM - ekranoplane - ground effect vehicle - “the Caspian sea monster” - 1966 - max speed: 550 km/h - ceiling: 3,5m

The gentleman on the right is legendary aviator, air racer, Lockheed Test Pilot, and regarded by many as “The Father of Area 51,” Anthony W. “Tony” LeVier.

Plane : Lockheed F-104 A “Starfighter”

World records:

  • Speed 2 259,82 km/h (16 mai 1958)
  • Elevation of 31 513 m (14 décember 1959)
  • upward speed : 12 000 m in 1m40s and 25 000 m in 4m26s (18 décember 1958)

Miss Thriftway - race hydroplane - designed by Ted Jones - built by Les Staudacher - 1954 -  pilot: Bill Muncey - winningest driver in the sport of Unlimited Hydroplane racing with 62 wins

Motorcycle Vs Ice boat - Toronto bay - 1912

Motorcycle Vs Ice boat - Toronto bay - 1912

- Cinelli - Laser Pursuit -

- Cinelli - Laser Pursuit -

- North American X-15 - under the wing of a NASA B52 mother ship - Mach 6.72 (4,520 mph, 7,274 km/h) - Neil Armstrong 

- Powder Magazine - 40th anniversary issue -

- Powder Magazine - 40th anniversary issue -

- Vintage & hilarious BMW advertisement - Thanks to Silodrome -

- Vintage & hilarious BMW advertisement - Thanks to Silodrome -

- North American XB-70 Valkyrie - The formation of aircraft shortly after the collision on 8 June 1966 -