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Archive for May 9th, 2018

Heath Ledger skate boarding over Christian Bale while they take a break on the set of The Dark Knight.

May 9th, 2018 by admin

Makes my day to know they could goof around a bit while making the movie

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Heath Ledger skate boarding over Christian Bale while they take a break on the set of The Dark Knight.

acrobat Max Schreyer doing daredevil bicycle flying stunt from long ramp. 1900.

May 9th, 2018 by admin

Riding a bicycle down a narrow chute from a tower 110 feet in the air, picking up speed on the downward part of the chute and then swooping upward off the curved end of the chute.

Just before the bike left the chute, he had to propel himself from the machine and dive forward in a graceful arc to land headfirst in a water-filled tank 100 feet from the end of the chute.

In their day, Schreyer and his fellow daredevils were probably household names. Schreyer, for example, had a career lasting nearly a quarter-century. He performed all over the United States, in Canada and in such European capitals as Paris and London.

Here is a launch he did from on top of a car sales building, where there were many manufactures advertised on the building, Maxwell, Oldsmobile, Mercer

Photographer William Hassler was there for the above event at Broadway and 59th Street on November 27, 1918.

https://jimsbikeblog.wordpress.com/2010/10/15/
http://nyhistory.tumblr.com/post/166570323814/dont-fail-to-see-the-big-splash-reads-one-sign

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acrobat Max Schreyer doing daredevil bicycle flying stunt from long ramp. 1900.

this ’68 Mustang is owned by Carol Marini of Farfield, California who bought the car back in 1968, and has driven it over 850,000 miles

May 9th, 2018 by admin

When new, Carol’s Mustang was your average C-code 289 automatic hardtop clad in Lime Gold Metallic with black standard interior. It was the proverbial school teacher car with optional black vinyl top, air conditioning, power steering, and wheel covers. As a busy educator in the late 1960s, Carol drove her Mustang an average of 30,000 miles a year.

The original 289 expired at 225,000 miles when the radiator and water pump failed simultaneously, causing the engine to overheat. After rebuilding, the 289 went another 113,718 miles before it spun a bearing. Peterson Machine replaced it with fresh 289. At 508,536 miles, Bailey Brothers in Vallejo rebuilt the replacement engine when it lost a cylinder. That engine now has over 300,000 miles on it.

The 8-inch rear axle with 2.79:1 gears has never been touched.

Over the 43 years, the Mustang has had three engine overhauls, two transmission overhauls and five paint jobs.

And then one god damn teenage rear ended it, and it’s now probably beyond repair… it’s certainly beyond a fixed income senior citizen’s ability, but there is a Go Fund Me set up in hopes philanthropy will move someone to give generously