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nakedwithoutthenudity · 14 days ago
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Carin Ashley
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mostrovskaa · 2 months ago
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some fun machinery
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everyguysdirtymind · 3 months ago
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squirrelstothenuts · 4 months ago
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70sscifiart · 2 months ago
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Richard Arbib, 1979
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st-just · 15 days ago
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Desert Walkers by Hamish Frater
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musclecarsus · 2 months ago
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Black beaty 🖤
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asteticas · 6 months ago
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BMW® — M3 CSL (E46), 2003.
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jyinspiration · 3 months ago
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via :
https://www.morgan-motor.com/super-3/
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metropole-journal · 3 months ago
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c86 · 8 months ago
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Citroën Karin, 1980
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searchsystem · a month ago
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Marcello Gandini / Bertone / Lancia / Stratos – Zero / Car / 1970
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mysteryfleshpit · 6 months ago
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This pamphlet would have been handed out to investors at one of the larger shareholder conventions held annually by the Anodyne Corporation as a way to bolster market confidence with the introduction of a (then) brand-new mining technology. The MMP-III Mobile Mining Platform, commonly referred to as simply “Mining Rigs”, were pivotal in the resource exploitation of the Mystery Flesh Pit. These massive machines represented the pinnacle of venterial technology and wrought untold havoc on all manner of inter-pit ecosystems. Sporting a price tag of well over 300 Million USD to construct (on-site of course, as they could not fit within an elevator), only 7 of these massive vehicles were built, with one of them famously destroyed during the 2007 disaster as it attempted to provide escort/rescue to a trapped caravan of tour vehicles. Today, it's suspected that there are at least one or two of these machines still around, though their exact whereabouts remain unknown.
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everyguysdirtymind · 5 months ago
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c-u-r-s-e-d-i-m-a-g-e-s · 3 months ago
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gvirus911 · 3 months ago
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Audi R8
Output / 610 hp
0 - 100 km/h / 3.2 s
Top speed / 330 km/h
http://muneerlyati.com/
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vintageeveryday · 4 months ago
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During World War I, Marie Curie recognized that wounded soldiers were best served if operated upon as soon as possible. She saw a need for field radiological centers near the front lines to assist battlefield surgeons, including to obviate amputations when in fact limbs could be saved. After a quick study of radiology, anatomy, and automotive mechanics she procured X-ray equipment, vehicles, auxiliary generators, and developed mobile radiography units, which came to be popularly known as petites Curies (“Little Curies”). Read more here...
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musclecarsus · 2 months ago
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Mustang
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asteticas · 2 months ago
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PORSCHE® — 911, 1963 + 911 CARRERA 4S, 2013.
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mech-monster · 7 months ago
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Doodled over those doodles, haha.
Bug-ornithopters are a MOOD (Dragonflies are also my favorite insect, so we're hitting all the notes here.)
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