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  1. #17881
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    And here is a faster Benz



    or more expensive Benz


  2. #17882
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    K1W1; Actually, I think the top one IS the more expensive car. F1's aren't cheap, and a lot more expensive than a vintage Benz.
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  3. #17883
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    But here is a Lambo....
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    And a cooler Lambo.
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  4. #17884
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconest174 View Post
    K1W1; Actually, I think the top one IS the more expensive car. F1's aren't cheap, and a lot more expensive than a vintage Benz.
    I was actually referring to the car you posted a pic of but there was a 1955 Gullwing sold for US$4.62 million a couple of years ago so in actual fact the car I posted a pic of may well be worth more than a F1 car anyway.
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  5. #17885
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    The Borg-Warner Trophy.

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  6. #17886
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    The Clowns by .Chris.K, on Flickr
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  7. #17887
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    This is MY Perch!

    Don't remember posting a pic of a car. But I did run across this from last Summer as I was working on another project. Liked what I ended up with. Do wonder if a wider format crop would look better. What do you guys think?

    "This Is MY perch, go get yer own!"
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  8. #17888
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    The longest incrementally launched rail bridge in the southern hemisphere. If you refine the criteria enough anything can be the biggest something.

    Case in point we've just had a summer with the most days over 43C (which the masses have been suckered into thinking was our hottest summer ever).

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    Incrementally launched? Does that mean they opened a section at a time, so the train could go to the end of the newest section, stop, and the passengers walk to the other side on planks? Gives walking the plank an new meaning... cleaver Mr. Dread Pirate Roberts.

    I do like the image.

    Has the train company ever considered framing some of your work for the head office or stations? They should.
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    D70fan; Was thinking the same thing. Maybe they had the passengers go hand-over-hand along a suspended cable with freight hanging from their ankles.
    "Honey, I am going to need to buy new pants, they made me haul a piano across the bridge today. I am now 6'10" or 2.1 Meters tall now!"
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