If that works then this should work too.
In Finland we had Saab 006. Some do still exist.
B-36's huge single tires weren’t only weird landing gear solution that they experimented with.
It’s actually a Nissan Saurus Jr. The Nissan Saurus was a concept vehicle from ‘87. Saurus Jr. was based on the same design and it was built for a single model race series. Here’s the concept car.
M-B used solar panels in their W211 model as an option. These were used used to run ventilation blowers. No other M-B model used these.
“Stay in your own lane” is pretty important too. The collision with the Excursion would have been avoided by following this.
During the running start period some of the Le Mans drivers used to put on the belts while driving the first lap. It’s difficult but perhaps still possible with an F1 car too. He might have done this but perhaps failed to attach all of the belts properly?
Hmm. We use CVS systems at work for something completely different.
That’s one mesmerizing picture.
Here you go.
Barkas B1000 camper van is quite interesting one. I also like the yellow RHD Opel Ascona B.
In Finland 203,000 miles (~325,000 km) is pretty normal amount for a W124 M-B at this point.
Timo doesn’t race anymore but you can buy used cars (or new wheels) from him.
I saw one of these at a large car gathering today. I left my camera at work so I cannot show any proof for my claim.
Thanks! Nice pictures indeed.
It might be a 1st generation Watson tube chassis instead? I didn’t really have a point...
The legislation changed couple of years ago. It’s currently very easy to import and register cars from Japan. This used to require a lot paperwork and certification issues. The cars coming outside the EU have harsher taxes and the shipping costs are quite high too but people still import these.
That should do it.
That’s not a Camaro. It’s two genuine Camaro rear light attached into a tube chassis racecar wearing something that resembles a shape of a Camaro. Here’s another one as naked.
It’s a nice car but the missing title makes it a spare part donor.