Laser Cut Wooden Vehicle Blueprints by Simply Cut Art

Laser Cut Wooden Vehicle Blueprints by Simply Cut Art 5

This series of artworks are each designed by Jeff and Lisa in their studio near the city of Valencia on the Mediterranean coast of Spain. Their designs are entirely unique and they feature some of the most iconic vehicles of the modern age including the P-51 Mustang, the Series 1 Land Rover, the Toyota FJ40, the…

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The Rare Harley-Davidson VR1000 – A 135HP Quad Cam Milwaukee Superbike From The ’90s

Harley-Davidson VR1000 7

The Harley-Davidson VR1000 was a race bike developed in the late-1980s and early-1990s to take on the best in the world. We don’t typically associate the American motorcycle maker with performance machines, but the VR1000 was an exception to this – with a 996cc 60º, liquid-cooled V-twin, quad cams (double overhead per cylinder), four valves per…

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Survival Solar Hand Crank Phone Charger + Emergency NOAA Weather Radio – $30.90 USD

Survival Solar Hand Crank Phone Charger + Emergency NOAA Weather Radio

This device was developed for use in emergency situations when you’ve lost power to your home, or when you’re on the road getting away from natural disasters like earthquakes, tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, and unfortunate zombie outbreaks. The radio receives AM/FM including emergency NOAA broadcasts, it also has both a solar panel and a hand crank for…

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Mika Häkkinen McLaren Mercedes MP4-16 Nose Cone – 2001

McLaren Mercedes MP4-16 Nose Cone

This McLaren Mercedes MP4-16 nose cone was used by the great Mika Häkkinen during the 2001 season, winning four Formula 1 races, including Brazil, Australia, British, and the United States Grand Prix. McLaren finished the season with 102 points, taking a hard fought second place in the Constructors’ Championship. Häkkinen is widely regarded as one…

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Speaking Of Controversial Wedge-Shaped Vehicles – The Aston Martin Lagonda Series 4

ASTON MARTIN LAGONDA SERIES 4

The Aston Martin Lagonda Series 4 was the final iteration of what was almost certainly the British automaker’s most controversial production vehicle, and one of the most controversial wedge-shaped production cars of all time. The Aston Martin Lagonda Wedges The 1970s saw the “folded paper” automotive design language roar into the mainstream, largely led by…

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