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Archive for December, 2017

you’ve come to the right place for things you don’t see every day, and I’ll end the day, and the year, with this, the 5000th post. For on the five thousandth post, he rested – they will say

December 31st, 2017 by admin

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you’ve come to the right place for things you don’t see every day, and I’ll end the day, and the year, with this, the 5000th post. For on the five thousandth post, he rested – they will say

the Lovejoy shock absorber? That’s a weird name for a shock absorber

December 31st, 2017 by admin

http://aacalibrary.tumblr.com/page/24

could that have inspired the Delco company to name their air shock the Pleasurizer?

Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer

December 31st, 2017 by admin

Todays Salute of the Day, to airbrush artist Benjamin Llyod of New Zealand, for visiting kids in hospitals and making them happy, and boosting their confidence.

December 30th, 2017 by admin

Giving sick children in a hospital something to smile about by inking them up with fake tattoos…

Are you kidding me? How has this never been figured out before? This is too much! And you know I’ll post free advertising for artists and airbrushers all week long. And someone who is donating time to help out kids in a hospital? Where’s my kleenex?

‘The kids are so amazed. As soon as they get the tattoo it boosts their confidence,’ he told the NZ Herald.

The young artist said he uses a custom, non-toxic ink that can be washed off in the shower to create his tattoos.

Each tattoo takes about nine minutes to complete.

Mr Lloyd described himself as a struggling artist who first captured the admiration of his classmates when, feeling self-conscious, he began doodling to cover up a grafted burn on his arm. By the time he reached college, it had moved on from doodles to something more artistic. “People thought it was amazing.”

His more well known artworks include the picture of Mauao at McDonald’s on the corner of Cameron Rd and 11th Ave and various scenes on Z service stations in Tauranga.

https://www.facebook.com/BenjaminLloydCollection/posts/964771540319176
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11643526
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3605942/New-Zealand-artist-gives-sick-kids-incredible-tattoos.html

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Todays Salute of the Day, to airbrush artist Benjamin Llyod of New Zealand, for visiting kids in hospitals and making them happy, and boosting their confidence.

Tool box porn

December 30th, 2017 by admin

the above wood machinists tool box was the grandfathers

https://www.garagejournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=49743&page=18

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Tool box porn

LA Metro buses and rail lines free on New Years Eve

December 29th, 2017 by admin

Metro will once again fill the role of designated driver for holiday party-goers this year, offering free rides on all Metro bus and rail lines on New Year’s Eve.

todays RESPECT is twofold: John Joyce, in his 80’s, makes a living by mowing lawns.

December 29th, 2017 by admin

When his 20 year old work truck had a transmission failure, he PUSHED the lawnmower and gas miles to get to his customers.

That, is just the beginning of a story that started 2 years ago:

I found another flea market tool hunt thread

December 29th, 2017 by admin

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I found another flea market tool hunt thread

Did you know that Snap On has a museum? It’s in Kenosha Wisconsin, it’s used mainly for corporate events and is not open to the general public.

December 28th, 2017 by admin

get a better look at it at

Captain George Eyston’s record-breaking car Speed of the Wind in London,1935. Back when land speed record cars, were still cars, and could be driven on the roads and streets, not airplanes, or rockets, without wings.

December 28th, 2017 by admin

Cozette, a name from a character in Les Miserables, I love that name. Cozette Superchargers, I’ve never heard of them.

Between 1926 and 1954, Captain George Edward Thomas Eyston MC OBE broke dozens of speed records at Brooklands, Montlhery, Pendine Sands, and Bonneville, in cars ranging in size from 750cc M.G.’s to the 5,000 b.h.p. Thunderbolt.

Eyston broke the world land speed record three times between 1937 and 1939. On August 27, 1937, he broke his own automobile land speed record, of 311.42 mph at Bonneville in November 1936, raising the mark to 345.49 mph.

In September 1938, Eyston raised the land speed record to 357.5 mph.

In a lecture he delivered that month, Eyston described his built-for-speed Thunderbolt as having two 2,300-horsepower Rolls Royce motors geared together; the vehicle measured 35 feet long and weighed nearly 7 tons.

The engines were a pair of Rolls-Royce R-type V-12 aero engines, as previously used singly in Malcolm Campbell’s Blue Bird of 1933. In fact, one of Eyston’s spare engines for the record attempts was on loan from Campbell.

There were so few of these engines built (around 20) that many of them had illustrious careers over several different records. One of the Thunderbolt’s had already powered the Schneider Trophy winner.

He will be remembered as among the most versatile and successful racing men of them all. In spite of a very busy life, George Eyston was the perfect gentleman, well-dressed, softly spoken and modest.

For relaxation, he was a sailor of Olympic class, an accomplished deep-sea angler, a distinguished oarsman, and a pilot.

He was not only a Chevalier of the Legion d’Honneur but he was awarded the OBE in 1948 and he was a Knight of the Sovereign Order of Malta.

After giving up active high-speed work Eyston master-minded record bids for MG at Utah until 1959. His last drive in anger had been in 1952, when he averaged nearly 121 m.p.h. for 12 hours in the unblown 1 1/2-litre MG EX179 – at the age of 57. Not only was Eyston responsible for much of the engineering that went into MG and other record-cars, including his own creations, but before that he had been Engineering Consultant to Chrysler, in the evolution of the “Super-Power” streamlined sports saloon, for instance.

He had been a pioneer in the diesel-engine record-car field, first with the ‘bus-engined AEC, with Chrysler chassis, from which stemmed his special “Speed of the Wind” and “Flying Spray” exploits, using Ricardo-diesel and Rolls-Royce aero-engines. In many of his record bids little Bert Denly was Eyston’s co-driver and off-duty they would go fishing together.

http://darkdraggon.tumblr.com/page/470
https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/archive/article/august-1979/37/capt-george-eyston-obe
http://www.bluebird-electric.net/bluebird_history/thunderbolt_captain_george_eyston_speed_wind.htm

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Captain George Eyston’s record-breaking car Speed of the Wind in London,1935. Back when land speed record cars, were still cars, and could be driven on the roads and streets, not airplanes, or rockets, without wings.