So it’s entirely possible you’ve already done this and just forgot about it?
The other two months he spends robbing banks.
well yeah, but when you focus 50 times
Oh boy! Oh boy!
Oh, yes, it’s a conservative Ferrari, for the reserved, buttoned-down enormously wealthy maniac.
Crack Pipe! Like everything on the Internet I expect to pay nothing and get great content daily, or at least 5 days a week at 8 am.
Ford... doesn’t make the Demon....
There’s a massive difference in creating fan art and asking to get credit for your interpretation of that fan art and some rich chode reposting art and FLAT OUT REFUSING to credit the artist especially when he literally has to pay a settlement from doing the same thing to another person.
Most artists in the industry of…
I’m on the passenger seat, my cousin on my father’s lap... He still owns it today :)
Early on, Han Solo uses a lightsaber to cut open a Tauntaun...
Why you gotta hate debadging and rebadging :-(
The C6 Corvette did it.
Companies love evocative logos. Same reason you have Ford’s Mustang or RAM’s Longhorn edition trucks or Chevy’s Colorado Bison. Where I’m at, it’s Raven and Moose who have cornered the branding market. It connects a product to a certain lifestyle or region, to help create an association in the consumer’s mind.
The old Aston Martin V12 was based on Ford’s Duratec line, and was essentially two Duratec V6 units mated end-to-end in a common block. The first use of this Duratec-derived V12 was actually for the Ford Indigo, a roadgoing concept car. Much like the Indy cars that inspired it, the Indigo’s V12 was actually a…
Also of note the picture of Hass F1 driver riding a Whyte bike doing the rounds on twitter. - Awkward.
Until a Chrysler rolls up next to it.
Because it doesn’t matter?