Saturday, March 03, 2007

Bella Italia San Diego, in mid April

April 14: Bella Italia Auto Show, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Spanish Landing Park, North Harbor Drive. Presented by the Ferrari Owners Club of San Diego, the show will feature vehicles by Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati. About 100 cars will be on view including one or more Ferrari Formula One cars. And there will be new cars on display by Ferrari-Maserati of San Diego and Symbolic Motorcars of La Jolla. Registration: $75; driver and passenger, $100; $10 of entry fee will be donated to the Scripps Cancer Center, Stevens Division. Free to view. Information: (858) 485-8621.

Viper logo wallpaper

1952 Ferrari Barchetta wallpaper

future gallery post

Cool company called "No Two ALike"

The above two photos I toook at SEMA 2009
for more about the 789 and N2A, their website
Tere has done a really good post about this company with a better gallery:

Sunday, February 25, 2007

More on drag racing, frozen lake style

for a write up and pictures that describe it well, and here for his video

Here for more

Model T snowmachines, love 'em

Odd Russian vehicle

Rusting away, a 50's Chevy

International Harvester dump truck, up to its axle in loam

Rusting away for the last 50 years at least, rain and snow... in a little Northern Michigan town

If you'd like to see the 1 of 3 Jeep van, 1959 Chrysler hovercraft, or the Italdesign 4 gullwing prototype

The result of wet California roads, unmolested Mustang hits concrete divider

Notice, no Bondo or layers of paint.

All the car links I can imagine, are already in one nice format

From the French / English is the well done alphabetized

Infos sur cette page
Automanufacturer websites 89 of them
performance parts websites 64
Tire companies 12
Fédérations, Clubs, Associations...
Automobile designers

the last lap of the 2007 Daytona 500, from Fox

60 bucks a barrel for oil from OPEC, 2.75 a gallon... does the math work?

rounding off all numbers for brevity: 42 gallons of crude - 50% becomes gas =21 gallons gas.
60 bucks a barrel is 60 bucks for 21 gallons at 2.75 a gallon, well that means that the other 50% of that barrel isn't accounted for, or, 1/2 of every barrel becomes pure profit for the refinery company. That doesn't seem unreasonable... I think.

DIY tank... backwoods Russian innovation to conquer bad roads

Photography by Ray Kehoe