Red Tram

Red Tram

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Red Tram
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Image by Sprengben
Today’s Photo could be the Red Tram. I think the picture is the worst from the other people even though the viewpoint is truly interesting. Even though the result does not satisfy me personally completely it had been truly dangerous to take the picture. We shot at 17mm plus the conductor nearly hit my new D90. He’d to honk and also end the Tram :)…. Travelers!

These Days song is: Billy Talent – Red Flag

www.youtube.com/watch?v=fp7Z_YGTzP8

If you find time deliver up a prayer in my situation. These days is one of my exams.
Have actually a good day

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Protest up against the Federal Reserve in Minneapolis, MN on January 22, 2010
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1951 – 1956 Bugatti Kind 101 (02)
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Image by Georg Sander
So that you can restart Bugatti, a car had been necessary for the 1950s. The end result was the 1951 kind 101. an advancement associated with kind 57, its considered by many people to-be the past true Bugatti vehicle, until 1956; with only seven produced. Powered by the 3.3 L (3257 cc/198 in³) straight-8 through the Type 57. The seven framework were bodied by four different coachbuilders:Gangloff, Guillore, Antem, and Virgil Exner/Ghia.

Six Type 101 chassis were built after a preliminary converted Type 57 framework model. About two even more Type 57s had been in addition changed into Type 101 specs, making a complete of nine Type 101 vehicles created.

The final kind 101 ended up being integrated 1965 by Ghia designed by Virgil Exner going back continuing to be Type 101 framework as an effort to revive the marque. It had been exhibited at Turin engine Show, but funding could not be organized and manufacturing programs had been scrapped. Exner had the automobile for many years, and has now lately starred in public within Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

The Antem Coupé ended up being displayed within 1951 Paris Salon de l’Automobile not sold until 1958. Owned by Bill Harrah and Nicolas Cage now in the O’Quinn Collection since 2006.

(Wikipedia)

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Der Bugatti Type 101 (auch: Bugatti T 101) war der letzte Personenwagen, den der französische Automobilhersteller Bugatti entwickelte und baute. Mit ihm unternahm das traditionsreiche Elsässer Werk den Versuch, nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg perish reguläre Automobilproduktion wieder aufzunehmen. Es gelang Bugatti allerdings keineswegs, an die Erfolge der Vorkriegszeit anzuknüpfen. Der T 101 wurde nur in sechs Exemplaren hergestellt; daneben erhielten einige ältere Bugattis nachträglich Karosserien im Stil des T 101.

Das vierte Serienchassis des T 101 erhielt im Sommer 1951 eine Coupé-Karosserie von dem in Neuilly-sur-Seine ansässigen Karossier Antem. Der Sportwagen hatte eine niedrige Gürtellinie, eine sehr lange Motorhaube und eine knappe, kuppelartige Fahrgastzelle. Die vordere Verglasung war in die Fahrzeugseite hineingezogen, stellte aber keine Panoramascheibe im eigentlichen Sinn dar. Sie bestand vielmehr aus vier Einzelteilen. Bugatti stellte das Antem-Coupé zusammen mit einem Gangloff-Cabriolet auf dem Pariser Automobilsalon 1951 erstmals öffentlich aus. In den folgenden Jahrzehnten ging das car durch mehrere Sammlerhände; in den 1990er-Jahren gehörte es unter anderem dem Schauspieler Nicolas Cage.

(Wikipedia)

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