A shot from some dystopian movie? Photo collage? Just a fantasy? No, no, and no. It's real.
Those who write biased reviews of the "totalitarian architecture" usually ignore this structure. Probably because it stands too far from their eyes. But where? And who's on the top - Ataturk, Chairman Mao or some Latin American hero?
Well, too much questions. If there's anybody from Oregon or at least someone who has been to Salem, the state…Continue
In good old England there was a homegrown streamline style - the Airline (see SS Airline Saloon). Besides, the coachbuilders were influenced by the American buses, notably… Continue
I took a liberty to reproduce here an article from the aviationearth.com website. It's full of important detail and has an emotional touch that is perfectly in… Continue
Powered by the 1,911 cc (116.6 cu in) four-cylinder Citroën engine (56 bhp), it was fast - 150 km/h. Streamlined body had a remarkably low drag coefficient - 0.23. The car, named Wimille Prototype No.1, was built for one of the greatest French racing drivers - Jean Pierre Wimille.…
He was a perfect Sky Gentleman, fearlessly performing the most dangerous flights in his business suit.
It was beautiful, dynamic and fast – and it quickly became Ferdinand Porsche’s great passion: Although this unique sports car built for the Berlin-Rome long-distance…Continue
1934 Lancia Belna Eclipse
1937 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 Pescara Pinin Farina Berlinetta
Donald Healey, a former RFC pilot and 1931 Monte Carlo Rally winner, is best known for the Austin-Healey 100 and 3000 of the 1950s and 1960s. Right after World War II, he began to manufacture his own automobiles based on his designs at Warwick, near Coventry. His first model featured a… Continue