Red Peugeot 207 from 2006. Watercolor drawing by Joan MañéMore
The M48 Patton is an American first generation main battle tank (MBT) introduced in February 1952, being designated as the 90mm Gun Tank: M48. Mrs. Beatrice Ayer Patton, wife of the late General George S Patton christened it as a Patton. It was designed as a replacement for the M26 Pershing, M4 Sherman variants and …More
The VSR700 is a reconnaissance helicopter drone developed in collaboration between Airbus Helicopters, Guimbal Helicopters and Naval Group. The project was announced in October 2016, and the first flight took place in November 2019.
Motor: diesel, 155 HP. Max. speed 187 km/hMore
White Barre Type A.B. from 1912 with four cylinders (2116 cc). Max. speed: 60 km/hMore
SA 313 B Alouette II. Made in 1961 by SUD Aviation (France)More
Abe Duque talks about his new musical plans, New York’s nightlife in the ‘90s, the oppression of the politically correct narratives, martial arts as a meditating process and other interesting stuff
Abe Duque has been around in techno music and New York’s nightlife scene for more than a quarter of a century. His powerful and always …More
PICK OF THE WEEK: Monday, 16th December – Sunday, 22nd December, 2019
Monday, 16th December at 21.30h at the Hotel Màgic, La Massana. (Free) Vibrand Concert in Clau de Soul. Every Monday you have an appointment with the best live music. Start the week enjoying ‘Magic Mondays’ and the best atmosphere! The band will play the …More
French Clement-Bayard Torpedo Type 4M from 1913, four cylinders, 1359 cc, 8 HP, 65 km/hMore
Victor Borovkov – a full Professor in College of Chemistry and Materials Science of South-Central University for Nationalities and a Senior Researcher at Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology of Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech).
Membership: Society of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines, International Symmetry Association, Athens Institute for Education and Research, International Society for Development and Sustainability, and …More
Bugatti Berline Type 46 from 1934 by Gangloff, eight cylinders, 5350 cc, 140 HP, 145 km/h. Bodied by Gangloff in Colmar.
Gangloff is a Swiss/French coachbuilding company currently based in Bern since 1928, which focusses on coachworks for trucks, public transport vehicles and funicular railway.More