I need help.
And a Cosworth powerplant.
And a wide body kit.
I’m still puzzled by the amount of Chrysler Lebaron convertible that showed off at the last antique car show that I attended. No Sebring though. Yet.
A Legacy SEDAN?? Are you sure that you where listening to the question?
If you aim your rotation axis to the sun and put your array on a disc perpendicular to it, you don’t even need any moving part! But the array need to be stronger to sustain the centripetal force, which is a drawback. Read more
To everyone that seem to be confused by #1 and #5: Only road condition and temperature dictates if winter tires are useful, not date on a calender. Since a "too fast for road condition" law already exist, a simple change could be made to include unappropriated tires. Read more
In Quebec you are mandated to have winter tires from December 15 to March 15. Now everybody have a good excuse to be "surprised by winter" on the bottom of a ditch on bald summer tires the 26 of November. Read more
A modern interpretation of the rolling objets d'art that where coachbuilded in the 30's. Huge hammered pieces of (ideally flammable) sheetmetal, ridiculous displacement, padded leather and polished silver, that should bring the price quite high.
I am expecting a important British Villain role for these two gentlemen anytime soon.
Thank you for the inspiration, I was looking for a movie to watch tonight.
Even if it was made using renewable electricity, electrolysis induce another wasteful process between the source and the consumer VS pure electrical vehicles. If you are taking into consideration battery longevity and environmental impact, this can be an interesting alternative though. Read more