Harley-Davidson VLD 74 from 1934, bicylindric motor V4, 1200 cc, 40 HP, 140 km/hMore
The Vacuum cleaner Hoover from 1939.
The Hoover Company is a vacuum cleaner company founded in Ohio in the US. It also established a major base in the United Kingdom; and, mostly in the 20th century, it dominated the electric vacuum cleaner industry, to the point where the Hoover brand name became synonymous with vacuum cleaners …More
The Lynx reconnaissance vehicle (manufacturer’s name: M113½ Command and Reconnaissance Vehicle, abbr. M113 C&R) is a United States-built tracked reconnaissance armoured fighting vehicle, which was employed by the armed forces of the Netherlands and Canada. Dutch vehicles were exported in the 1990s to Bahrain and Chile, according to SIPRI 35 and 8 vehicles respectively.More
Chevrolet Camaro SS 350 from 1967More
Ford Model T Commercial from 1912. This exhibit comes from The Salvador Claret Automobile CollectionMore
The head of the Government, Antoni Martí, welcomed the General Consul of the United States of America in Andorra, Robert J. Riley, this Tuesday to attend the reception offered by the Episcopal co-prince, Joan Enric Vives.
At the meeting, the head of government and the ambassador commented on different aspects of interest for …More
Blue Studebaker EL from 1923. 288ci L-Head Inline 6-Cylinder Engine, Single Updraft Carburetor, 50 HP at 2,000 rpm, 3-Speed Manual Transmission. This exhibit comes from The Salvador Claret Automobile CollectionMore
Green Chevrolet Serie V Torpedo from 1927More
The Lockheed F-104 Starfighter is a single-engine, supersonic interceptor aircraft which was extensively deployed as a fighter-bomber during the Cold War. Created as a day fighter by Lockheed as one of the Century Series of fighter aircraft for the United States Air Force (USAF), it was developed into an all-weather multirole aircraft in the early …More
The M3 Lee, officially Medium Tank, M3, was an American medium tank used during World War II. In Britain, the tank was called by two names based on the turret configuration and crew size. Tanks employing US pattern turrets were called the “Lee”, named after Confederate general Robert E. Lee. Variants using British pattern turrets …More