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Interesting trike from Bombardier:
Source: Robb Report
From Robb Report:
The Can-Am Spyder’s oddball three-wheeled configuration polarized die-hard motorcyclists when it was launched in 2007. It was the brainchild of Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP)—the Canadian conglomerate responsible for the Ski-Doo snowmobile and the Sea-Doo personal watercraft—making the curious trike an appropriately disruptive force within the traditionalist motorcycling community.
Source: Robb Report
Source: Classic Driver Source: Frank Dale Source: Wikimedia
Hey, look, my new Birthday present is here (and in the right color, too!): XXXX Source: MarketWatch
LISTENS NOT DOWNLOADS Who cares how many people downloaded the new U2 album, the only important thing is how many people LISTENED to it! This is a huge sea change that is getting little publicity and has been overlooked in the outcry about streaming payments. In the future, you will get paid for every play…Read More
Jay Leno’s Garage:
1991 Porsche 911, Reimagined by Singer. Feast your eyes on Singer Vehicle Design’s meticulously restored and optimized air-cooled Porsche icon.
The legendary Porsche 911, introduced by the Stuttgart-based carmaker in 1963, is in many ways the archetypal sports car: long snout, slanted rear, two front seats with tiny spaces behind each, wickedly fun to drive and instantly recognizable, even if, according to Dickinson, the later models with their liquid-cooled engines have lost some essential, visceral Porscheness. Air-cooled Porsches, which include the original 911 (made from 1963 to 1989), the 964 Series (’89 to ’93) and the 993 Series (’94 to ’98), are considered by Dickinson (and many other purists) to be “real” Porsches. “Don’t get me wrong; the new Porsches are great cars, wonderful, but they’re touring cars,” he says, and then he hurls what he intends as the ultimate insult: “They might as well be Jaguars.”
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How did this happen? They’re fighting to be on Howard Stern’s radio program. Today alone, he featured not only Chelsea Handler and Billy Idol, but Bill Murray, the ungettable get. That’s right. Bill doesn’t even have an agent, he’s elusive, but he wanted to be on Howard’s show. In an era where content providers are…Read More
This looks awesome: INHERENT VICE, in theaters December 2014. “Inherent Vice,” is the seventh feature from Paul Thomas Anderson and the first ever film adaption of a Thomas Pynchon novel. When private eye Doc Sportello’s ex-old lady suddenly out of nowhere shows up with a story about her current billionaire land developer boyfriend…Read More