Greenlight has a licensing deal for the cars of John Wick. This includes John’s 1969 Boss 429 (well, canonically at least, certainly looks like a Mach 1 to me) and the 1970 Chevelle SS 396 he is loaned. As a fan of the series, this is definitely something I’m keeping an eye out for. Hopefully Hamleys here brings this…
Norman County Sheriff Jeremy Thornton said in a statement that Monalisa Perez of Minnesota was arrested after she shot her boyfriend Pedro Ruiz III, 22, in the chest. According to court documents, she shot him with a gold Desert Eagle .50 caliber handgun — considered one of the most powerful pistols in the world…
At least there are no sparks from the track pads in sight?
Even if you somehow got the cooling, fuel supply and downforce sorted, how many places on Earth have unbroken stretches of tarmac suitable for averaging a hair under 250 miles per hour (because the game engine isn’t outfitted for handling a car going faster than that)?
Between the shootings on one side of the pond and the completely avoidable fire on another... this is really going to be one of those days.
Yes, that is a CVR(T) Scorpion at the Nurburgring circa 1972-73. Apparently it set a record for tracked vehicles then. I wonder if anyone wants to try doing so again on the Nordschleife or the modern GP circuit?
I picked up a Pilot Rexgrip pen on campus a while back after it was discarded due to what can only be described as the ink somehow exploding out the back and gumming up the mechanism, leaving the pen stuck in the extended position. Anyone know what I can use to dissolve the ink or open up the back so I can clean out…
The Parkson near me has a clearance on old Bburago 1/24 cars. The Hot Wheels cars that aren’t the Kafer Racer were bought as part of a buy 3 free 1 deal at an Aeon. Would you believe me if I told you the GT LM was the free car? The new Head Starter color scheme made it a must own to me as well...
Well, 2 weeks of crunch time at an auditing firm does help pay for stuff, although the work enviroment was a bigger problem than the hours. The Continental Supersports Convertible is by Kinsmart, and that’s a Majorette 675LT.
I don’t get charged for going over the data cap, but the sentiment is the same:
Help make it happen. Even if nobody is really sure of what the tattoo actually is.
That looks a lot more like a single-stage-to-orbit spacecraft than a missile. Or the F-104 for that matter.
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Because the logical thing to do with your top of the line wagon is to install a massive supercharger.
I’ve been offered a discounted Maisto NFS Undercover Murcielago LP-640 (these have not gone down in price somehow), but there’s a catch. Any ideas on how this can be dealt with?
I’m left wondering if the people making fake listings bother with subtlety when trying to scam people.
The Popular at the mall near my college had some new stock come in, so I figured I’d grab the good stuff before it’s gone. No luck finding any Boss 302 Muscle Machines here, though. I wonder if Maisto cares about reviving the brand...
Or rather Custom Charger, since the movie car has decidedly a non-factory shortened nose cone and wing, apparently to placate studio executives. Why a Daytona was considered toy-like and not the cars from the first two movies, the world wonders (OK, it’s actually because people thought they looked good then).