Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Top 5 Fascinating Motorcycles

5. Predator Motorcycle

Are you a tough guy that likes intimidating people just by passing close to them along the highway? Then, this awesome and scary skull-covered design is just the right one for you! The Predator motorcycle was made as a commission, by Pitstop Motors, a custom bike shop in New Jersey.
4. Jaguar Motorcycle

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

10 Most Famous X-Planes

Aviation industry has grown rapidly in the past couple of decades. Some experiments turned into huge leaps of innovation in aviation industry. Providing such assistances X-plane projects were one such example. These X-planes are series of experimental United States airplanes, helicopters and rockets used for the testing and evaluation of new technologies and aerodynamic concepts in aviation industry. Most of these X-planes have been operated by the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA), often in conjunction with the United States Air Force.
So here we have compiled a list of some of the most famous X-planes ever built which opened new paths in the aeronautics. This list wouldn’t have been possible without the assistance of Astroaviator.


The Most Expensive Object Ever Constructed - International Space Station

The International Space Station (ISS) is an internationally developed research facility, which is being assembled in low Earth orbit. On-orbit construction of the station began in 1998 and is scheduled for completion by 2011. The station will remain in operation until at least 2015. With a greater mass than that of any previous space station, the ISS can be seen from the Earth with the naked eye, and, as of 2010[update], is the largest artificial satellite orbiting the Earth. The ISS serves as a research laboratory that has a microgravity environment in which crews conduct experiments in biology, human biology, physics, astronomy and meteorology. The station has a unique environment for the testing of the spacecraft systems that will be required for missions to the Moon and Mars. The ISS is operated by Expedition crews, and has been continuously staffed since 2 November 2000—an uninterrupted human presence in space for the past 9 years and 75 days. As of 1 December 2009, the crew of Expedition 22 is aboard.

Monday, December 26, 2011

World’s Fastest Aircrafts

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Based on air speed records is classified by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI), states that non-experimental aircraft that holds the record for the fastest in the world until the publication of this writing, still held by the SR-71 Blackbird at the speed of 3530 km / h ( Mach 3.2).
However, there are actually experimental aircraft more quickly but without crew (Unmanned), the Boeing X-43 NASA that reach speeds of 12,144 km / h (Mach 9.8).
Here are the planes or flying objects in the world’s fastest in accordance with the class:
1. NASA Boeing X-43, the fastest Unmanned aircraft in the world
World’s Fastest Aircrafts Boeing-NASA-X-43

World's Biggest Digging Machine by Krupp

World Biggest Digging Machine by Krupp 00
This is the largest digging machine (or trencher or rotating shovel) in the world. It was built by Krupp and is shown here crossing a road in Germany on the way to its destination, an open air coal mine. Although at the mine the treads are unnecessary, it was cheaper to make the machine self-propelled than to try and move it with conventional hauling equipment. Some factoids:
  • The machine is 95 meters high and 215 meters long (almost 2.5 football fields in length)
  • Weight is 45,500 tons (that's equivalent to a bumper to bumper line of jeeps 80 miles long)
  • It took 5 years to design and manufacture at a cost of $100 million
  • Maximum digging speed is 10 meters per minute
  • Can move more than 76,000 cubic meters of coal, rock, and earth per day

Hotelicopter - World's Largest and First Flying Hotel

hotelicopter_00 Announcing the world’s first and largest flying hotel! Welcome to The Hotelicopter. Experience the adrenaline rush of taking off and flying high in the largest helicopter ever produced.
The Hotelicopter features 18 luxuriously-appointed rooms for adrenaline junkies seeking a truly unique and memorable travel experience.
Each soundproofed room is equipped with a queen-sized bed, fine linens, a mini-bar, coffee machine, wireless internet access, and all the luxurious appointments you'd expect from a flying five star hotel. Room service is available one hour after liftoff and prior to landing." The Hotelicopter is due to fly maiden journey this summer(June 26th) with an undisclosed price…
According to the stories, the Hotelicopter is modelled on an old Soviet Mil V-12 helicopter and features 18 luxuriously-appointed soundproof rooms complete with queen sized beds, wireless Internet and room service.

Top 7 Biggest Sheerlegs In The World

Kaisho sheerleg A sheerleg is a floating crane, but compared to crane vessel it is not capable of rotating the crane separate from the ship.
There is a huge variety in sheerlegs when it comes to size and capacity. The smaller cranes start around 50 tons in lifting capacity, with the largest being able to lift over 4000 tons. The bigger sheerlegs usually have their own propulsion system and have a large accommodation facility onboard, while smaller units are a floating pontoons that need be towed to their workplace by tugboats.
Common work that sheerlegs are used for are ships salvage, assistance in shipbuilding, loading and unloading large cargo into ships, and bridge building. They have grown considerably larger over the last decades because of growth, mainly because the parts for constructing ships and harbor equipment has grown as well.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Top 5 of the World’s Strangest Limousines

5. Pink Hummer Limo

Three TVs, laser lights, strobes, 1800 watt sound system, Disco Floor, star lights, optic lights, pink leather interior, 22″ Chrome alloy wheels. Very popular with ladies on their night around town.
4. World’s Longest Limousine

Top 5 of the World’s Strangest Vehicles

5. Jet-powered Flatmobile: the flattest car in the world

This crazy, crazy “Flatmobile” is going to enter the Guinness book as the flattest vehicle ever. How flat is it? Nineteen inches. This Batmobile-like contraption is extremely dangerous—creator Perry Watkins shoved a gas turbine jet engine on the butt. It’s also supposedly street legal, but we wouldn’t want to be in it during a rollover.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Top 5 Fascinating Object Graveyards

5. Airplane Graveyard (Arizona, USA)

Meet the Bone Yard, near Davis Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Arizona. For those of you that have never seen it, it’s difficult to comprehend the size of it. The number of aircraft stored there and the precision in the way they are parked is impressive. Another important fact is that they are all capable of being returned to service if the need ever arises. Both the museum and the Bone Yard are very popular attractions in the Arizona desert.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

10 Famous Space and Aviation Innovations Of 2010

As the year 2010 is about to finish, it has brought many innovations and technologies which will change the shape of the future. These innovations are dawn of a new era of autonomous power where technologies will run our daily life thus making are work more efficient and will reduce the time of discoveries. 2010 has turned out to be one such year, when people from around the world have achieved their groundbreaking innovative milestones.
So here I have compiled a list of ten most famous space and aviation innovations of 2010 which will surely widen the scope of aviation and space exploration.

Solar Impulse HB-SIA
Solar Impulse HB-SIA

Monday, December 19, 2011

10 Fastest Motorbikes of the World

From 1999 to 2000, with one speed demon after another hitting the streets, motorbike manufacturers began to realize that the inter-manufacturer speed war had begun to get out of hand. In 2001, European and Japanese manufacturers agreed upon electronically limiting the top-speed of their motorbikes to 186 mph. Although there are manufacturers that aren’t bound by said agreement, most production motorbikes nowadays have top-speeds equal to or under mentioned limit.
Following is a list of the ten fastest motorbikes of the world in no particular order. Bikes with only the most consistent reported top speeds have been included.

Dodge Tomahawk
Dodge Tomahawk

10 Most Weird Cars Ever

So we were browsing through the web, looking for wacko vehicle designs and surprisingly enough, found countless pictures of slightly absurd to downright crazy cars.
Following is a compilation of the wackiest of the lot. Would you want to be seen riding in any of the following?

Stiletto Car

Friday, December 16, 2011

World Luxurious Trains Of India

As we know that world full of luxurious thing like plain to mobile phone but may you never hear about luxurious train. India designed a world most luxurious train. We have all seen terrible old trains from India, but the have the luxurious also… Reserved for special passengers… Meet the Maharajas Express, the most luxurious train in India. A joint venture between Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) and Cox & Kings, Royale Indian Rail Tours Ltd (RIRTL). is the official operator of Maharajas Express, the latest luxury train in India. Billed as one of the most luxurios train in the world and India’s answer to the Orient Express, this train offers 4 signature journeys to the guests across major tourist destinations in India. A ride on board the Maharajas Express is the costliest luxury ride in India. Here we have different views of train you can see in train.
Indain Most Luxurios Train (1)

9 Most Expensive Cars

What’s so special about the super cars that make people spend cosmic sums on a single car to buy it? These 100% exclusive, hot, fabulous and stunning pieces of automobile art simply blow the mind. I bet people in a small town will be less surprised to see the UFO than Koenigsegg CCX.
I have prepared a small photo showcase of the most expensive super cars in the world. Get ready to see what the true luxury and the top speed is!

1. Bugatti Veyron $1,700,000.

10 Most Beautiful Cars Designs

Its too be very cool for cars lovers i have some designs images of cars….

Embarrassing Car Accessories

1. The Winged Spoiler

Okay, unless you’re driving in a professional race or drive a car that is worth more than $100k, then you have no business putting this crap on your car. If you just have to, please let it be an after market item and not some plywood you have laying around the yard…

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Most Expensive Super Car

Every man want a beautiful and cute car which incress his personalty and also give good drive.But i have car images collection which Every person cannot bay it easily due to his value. Very beautiful and so expensive car in different color and designs images are below.

1. Gold Bugatti Veyron at Gumball Rally

Scorpions Most Beautiful Car Ever

Have you ever thought about using pure hydrogen gas mixed with gasoline to increase fuel economy and reduce emissions? Ron Motor Company, Texas, has proposed a new use of this gas: to blend it with gasoline.It all started when Ron Motors teamed up with the Hydro-runner G3, which is an on board water and electrolysis unit, The result was named Scorpion, a revolution to a new generation of “green cars”.
Scorpion has a 3.5-liter, six-cylinder VTEC engine from Acura, equipped with two turbos and an inter-cooler to take it from 280 hp to 450 hp (there’s even a 600 hp option).
Combined with the ultra-efficient V6, Ron Motors claims a boost in mileage of around 20 to 30% and a substantial drop in C02 output.

1. Futuristic Supercar Scorpions

Very Beautiful Small Cars

The Smart car may be small, but it is making headway in a Big way. While it started making round in Europe, it slowly also made its way to the US, and it seems people are really loving the compact and efficient Smart Car.

Top ten Upgrade Part For Car

Here we have some things which boost your normal car to a racing and fastest car.

1. Electric Fans

Just like a computer, cars have fans that work over time to make sure that you car does not come to a screeching halt every time the engine heats up. Most cars come equipped with mechanical fans and while they get the job done, they also take a lot of out of the car.
car part for upgrade

Bugatti Veyron

253 mph, 0-60 in 2.5 seconds – This is a lightweight super car powered by a W16 engine with 1001 horsepower. It sells at $1,444,000, easily the highest priced car in the top 10 list.  The car produced by Volkswagen Group subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles was introduced in 2005 as the fastest production car in the world. fastest cars

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

The Largest Passenger Vessel - Oasis of the Seas

MS Oasis of the Seas is a cruise ship in the fleet of Royal Caribbean International. The first of her class, she is expected to be joined by her sister ship Allure of the Seas in November 2010. Both vessels are expected to cruise the Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The ship surpasses the Freedom-class cruise ships (also owned by Royal Caribbean) as the world's largest passenger vessel.

Technical details

Oasis measures 225,282 gross tons, almost half again as large as the runners-up, the vessels of the Freedom class, and several times larger than Titanic, of 46,329 gross register tons (a different measure of tonnage). To displace the volume of water necessary for the ship to float, and to keep the ship stable without increasing the draft excessively, the designers created a wide hull. About 30 feet (9 m) of the ship sits beneath the water, a small percentage of the ship's overall height. Wide, shallow ships such as this tend to be "snappy", meaning that they can snap back upright after a wave has passed, which can potentially be uncomfortable. This effect however is mitigated by the vessel's large size. The cruise line's officers were pleased with the ship's stability and performance during the transatlantic crossing, when the vessel, in order to allow finishing work to go on, slowed and changed course in the face of winds "almost up to hurricane force" and seas in excess of 40 feet (12m).

The Biggest Motorcycle - The Monster

The Guinness Book of World Records describes the bike as the world's tallest rideable motorcycle. Greg Dunham built the 15-foot high, 25-foot-long monster bike in three years. It weighs about 6,500 pounds and cost 300,000! Dunham steers it from a cage below the handlebars. The beauty shop owner said he created the monster bike because his friends said it couldn't be done and he wanted to prove it could.

I know what you're thinking. Right now you're probably saying "this a Photoshopped image, right?" Wrong! It is indeed the tallest motorcycle ever built. The behemoth is a real, working motorcycle, is named "The

The Largest Privately Owned Yacht - Octopus

Octopus is currently the world's eighth largest superyacht, owned by Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, to whom she was delivered in 2003. Octopus is the third largest superyacht that is not owned by a head of state, measuring 414 feet (126 m).

Octopus sports two helicopters on the top deck (one in front and one on the back), and a 63-foot (19 m) tender docked in the transom (one of seven aboard). The yacht also has a pool on board, located aft on one of her upper decks, and two submarines: one operated by remote control for studying the bottom of the ocean. Side hatches at the water line form a dock for jet skis.

The exterior was designed by Espen Øino Naval Architects and built by the German shipbuilders Lürssen in Bremen and HDW in Kiel. Her hull is made of steel. The interior was designed by American designer Jonathan Quinn Barnett of Seattle.

Allen also owns Tatoosh, also one of the world's 100 largest yachts.

The Fastest Train - CRH3

The world fastest recently introduced by China has a maximum speed of 245 mph (394 km/h) with an average speed of 217 mph (350 km/h). The train is developed by Siemens, Bombardier and Alstom. According to China Railway minister it is currently the fastest train on the surface of earth.
 China is preparing special speed tracks for this train which will be completed in 2012. 42 different projects of spreading speed lines are currently in progress for the train. After the completion of these new tracks, c The new speed tracks of railways lines will increased from 53,437 miles to 74,564 miles.

The World's Largest Sailing Yacht - Maltese Falcon

Maltese Falcon, the world’s largest sailing yacht 88 meter (289 ft) has been sold for USD 100 million and is built by the Italian Perini Navi Yacht. This boat uses the innovative sailing system DynaRig. It consists of three constantly rotating masts, which hold 15 sails. The maximum speed of the boat is of about 21 knots. Maltese Falcon is able to cross the Atlantic in just 10 days.


It was built after the dynaship concept, a 1960s invention of the German hydraulics engineer Wilhelm Prölss, which was intended to operate commercial freight sailing ships with as few crew as possible. The ship has fifteen square sails (five per mast), stored inside the mast; they can fully unfurl into tracks along the yards in six minutes. The three carbon fiber masts, which are free-standing and able to rotate, were manufactured and assembled by a company financed by Perkins at the Perini Navi Istanbul "Yildiz Gemi" (literally: Star Ship) yard in Tuzla, 50 mi (80 km) east of Istanbul, Turkey, under the supervision of the English company Insensys and Dutch company Gerard Dijkstra & Partners. Other design was provided by Ken Freivokh Design. The Maltese Falcon was the third yacht built by Perini for Perkins.

The Most Dangerous Roads of the World

1. Bolivia's "Road of Death"

North Yungas Road is hands-down the most dangerous in the world for motorists. If other roads could be considered impassable, this one clearly endangers your life. It runs in the Bolivian Andes, 70 km from La Paz to Coroico, and plunges down almost 3,600 meters in an orgy of extremely narrow hairpin curves and 800-meter abyss near-misses.

A fatal accident happens there every couple of weeks, 100-200 people perish there every year. In 1995 the Inter-American Development Bank named the La Paz-to-Coroico route "the world's most dangerous road."

Among the route there are many visible reminders of accidents, wrecked carcasses of lorries and trucks lie scattered around at the bottom.

Antonov An-225 - World's Largest Airplane

Currently the world's largest airplane, the An-225 Mriya (dream) is an enlarged version of the An-124. The original purpose of the An-225 was to ferry large components used in the Soviet space program. These duties were formerly performed by a modified M-4 Molot bomber, but this aircraft did not have the payload capabilities required by the rocketry developments of the 1980s. Antonov was called upon to develop a new aircraft capable of carrying the Buran space shuttle, components of the Energiya rocket, or other large cargos required by the construction and mining industries.

To minimize the An-225 development effort, Antonov used the existing An-124 as a starting point. This design was modified by lengthening the fuselage, increasing the wingspan, adding two engines, and redesigning the tail with twin vertical fins. The rear cargo doors were also removed to reduce weight although the An-225 retains a nose door. The greater weight of the An-225 also required four additional pairs of main landing gear tires.

The An-225 took to the air for the first time in 1988 and quickly set 106 world records in just one flight. The massive plane, complete with the Buran orbiter attached, also made quite a stir at the Paris air show in 1989. However, the abandonment of the Buran program after the collapse of the Soviet Union led to the grounding of the sole An-225.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Terex Titan - World’s Largest Truck

The Terex Titan 33-19 was a prototype off-road earth hauler built by the Terex Division of General Motors Corporation in 1974. It was first shown to the public in Las Vegas at the American Mining Congress. Built in General Motors' London, Ontario, Canada plant, the 33-19 was the largest in the Terex 33 series of off-road haulers, others being the 33-03, 33-05, 33-07, 33-09, 33-11 and the 33-15. It had an operating capacity of 350 short tons (320 t), an empty mass of 256 short tons (232 t), and a maximum loaded mass of 606 short tons (550 t). At the time of its construction, it was the largest truck ever built, but the size record was broken by the Caterpillar 797 in 1998 (360-400 US ton/325-350 tonnes).

The Titan was powered by a 16-cylinder 3,300/3,000 horsepower (2,500/2,200 kW) locomotive engine with a displacement of 10,343 cubic inches (169.49 l) coupled to a EMD AR10-D14 generator. This Electro-Motive Division engine, as the 16-645E4 prime mover, was intercooled and turbocharged. The generator then powered 4 electric traction motors, one at each rear wheel. The Terex featured large 40.00x57 tires made of rubber. It is 66 feet (20 m) long and 22.6 feet (6.9 m) tall; or 56 feet (17.1 m) tall with the dump body raised.

Terex assembled the Titan for Kaiser Steel in its Eagle Mountain iron mine in late 1974. At this mine the Titan suffered from downtime problems but eventually hauled some three-and-a-half million tons of earth until 1978.

In late 1978 it was then brought to Kaiser Steel's Sparwood mine in Canada. In 1980 the mine changed hands as B.C. Resources acquired all of the Kaiser property, and was renamed B.C. Coal. In 1983 the mine was again renamed, to Westar Mining, and the Titan also changed colors from lime green to Westar's blue and yellow. Shortly after, Westar directly purchased the Titan from General Motors, for US$200 thousand and $1 million in spare parts. In the following six years the Titan had an uptime rate of over 70% as it hauled loads of over 360 tons during this time. Westar finally retired the Titan in 1991.

World's Longest Car (Limousine)

The longest limousine built ever in the world is a limousine 100-ft long that was created by Jay Ohrberg of Burbank, California. This enormously long car is even in the Guinness Book of World Records now. This limousine rides on 26 tires spaced along the length of its body. It has 2 drivers’ cabins in the front and in the back as it’s really hard to drive such a vehicle. In order the limousine could turn and make turns around corners, its middle part is hinged to fold.

Jay Ohrberg created the longest limousine for exhibition purposes, however this news became a big sensation and many people were dreaming about hiring such a limousine. That’s why Jay provides the limousine for rentals for various functions and events. However the limousine is too long for driving in the streets and technically it’s not quite legal, but with specially trained chauffeurs in both cabins it’s possible.

The longest limousine is equipped much better than many Hollywood mansions, and it’s very popular order for Hollywood movie shootings, exhibitions and special events of nobles. And nobles can get everything they can imagine in such limousine where state of the art luxuries abound. The longest limousine in the world is featuring a heated Jacuzzi tub nestled in the interior, a swimming pool, and a king sized bed, and a sun deck, a helipad and the televisions connected to the limousine’s own satellite dish.

NEOPLAN Jumbocruiser - World's Largest Bus

The NEOPLAN Jumbocruiser was an articulated double-deck multi-axle city coach built by NEOPLAN Bus GmbH between 1975 and 1992. It is only possible to move between the two parts via the upper deck, so they have separate doors and two sets of stairs. Jumbocruiser Ltd., based near Bristol in England, have recently completed the total rebuild of the last Neoplan Jumbocruiser ever built. The coach had rolled over in an accident in Southern France, possibly due to a design flaw in the suspension, combined with a primitive turntable system.

Jumbocruiser Ltd. used the services of Richard Cœur de Lyon (now called the Caross Center) near Mons in Belgium to completely strip down the old coach and rebuild it to a more modern design, and with modified suspension. A modern digital turntable was prepared and fitted by HÜBNER in Germany. The internal combustion engine, gearbox, braking system, wiring looms, and even the dashboard were replaced and upgraded. The new dashboard is now a modernised semi-digital wrap-around unit, instead of the original rust-prone flat unit. Modern front and end caps were fitted, and were eventually reduced after they were found to be too wide.

By 2007, Jumbocruiser Ltd. began to market the bus as a "rock 'n' roll" star sleeper bus.

Bigfoot 5 - World's Biggest & Heaviest Monster Truck

MAKE: 1996 FORD F250 Pickup Truck
OWNER/DRIVER: Bob Chandler


ENGINE SIZE: 460 cubic inch Ford

INFORMATION: BIGFOOT 5 is the worlds biggest & heaviest monster truck, weighing in at over 28,000 lbs, & stands at 15'6" tall.
It was built in the summer of 1986, and made it's first apperance at the Fall Jamboree in Indianapolis.
BIGFOOT 5's tires where first spotted in the backyard of monster truck driver Mike Walsh (Monster Mash) in Seattle.
They where from an Alakian Land Train, used by the US Army in the late 1950's. Mike wanted $30,000 for them, but Bob declined.
A year later, while at the show in Seattle, Bob returned, but Mike still wanted the same price. Then the next year Jim Kramer(Vice President) was attending the show in Seattle, & while on the phone to Bob, Bob told Jim to offer Mike $1,000 a tire. Mike accepted & they bought 4 tires from him. Six months later they bought the remaining 4 tires for $700. a tire.
BIGFOOT 5 is kept outside the home of BIGFOOT.
To move BIGFOOT 5 to a show,it takes a crew of three people, with the aid of a fork lift truck, 3 hours to change the tires. It is transported in a special transport trailer, which also accommodates the fork lift truck. It used to sometimes appear with dual tires (8 tires in total. These 4 spare tires are now on BIGFOOT 7, which is identical to BIGFOOT 5, apart from the paint scheme. That lives at the Race Rock Cafe in Florida.

MV Blue Marlin - World’s Largest Transport Ship

MV Blue Marlin and her sister ship MV Black Marlin comprise the Marlin class of semi-submersible heavy lift ship. They were owned by Offshore Heavy Transport of Oslo, Norway from their construction, in April 2000 and November 1999 respectively, until 6 July 2001, when they were purchased by Dockwise Shipping of the Netherlands. They were designed to transport very large semi-submersible drilling rigs, which can weigh 30,000 tons and have a center of gravity around 30 meters (100 ft) above the transport ship's deck. The Marlins are equipped with 38 cabins to accommodate 60 people, a workout room, sauna, and swimming facilities.


The U.S. Navy hired the Blue Marlin from Offshore Heavy Transport to move the destroyer USS Cole back to the United States after the warship was crippled in Aden, Yemen, by suicide bombers. During the latter part of 2003, work done on the Blue Marlin boosted its capacity and added two retractable propulsors to improve maneuverability. The ship re-entered service in January 2004. Following these improvements, the Blue Marlin delivered the oil platform Thunder Horse, weighing 60,000 tons, to Corpus Christi, Texas for completion.

World Best Cars

The super-car world was very recently surprised when Russia launched a new and unique brand of super sports cars, the very first Russian sports car, coyly christened Marussia (a popular pet female given Russian name and a play on the English word “Russia,” to make sure everyone knows where this beauty is coming from), released in two models – B1 and B2 – and manufactured in limited numbers.
Now that is a collector’s item requiring careful auto shipping: you don’t want this baby battered by hail, handled roughly, or brutally exploited while you’re not present.
Superb Designs Of Cars

Beautiful Lamborghini Crash

In Australia this Lamborghini introduced for police for caught the racers this car design is so beautiful and coloring is awesome and its include in too fastest cars.During caught a criminal this car was totally destroyed but after some time and repairs this working good as new car.lets see these images.
Beautiful Poor Lamborghini

Make Interesting Your Old Car

This is unique time and its modern age now you can do everything which you want with your car if you want you car looks good and fast then improve engine and put Nos etc and if you want your car looks so awesome and apply superb paints etc.But here we going to describe how you decorate and make interesting your oldest car.We have unique ideas lets see our images and make your old car interesting.
Different Designs Car

Amazing Prototype Cars

Every man want a beautiful and fastest car which increasing his personalty and also give good drive.But i have car collection which Every person cannot bay it easily due to his value. These are Very beautiful and so expensive car in different color and designs. These cars are called prototypes cars. These cars have amazing feature designs colors and its looks so pretty and its so comfortable and give smooth and easy drive and its totally better then the others normal cars. If you have also some beautiful cars collection then please send me. Lets take a look our 26 cars collection .
Beautiful Prototype Cars

Most Beautiful World Best Cars Ever

What’s so special about the super cars that make people spend cosmic sums on a single car to buy it? These 100% exclusive, hot, fabulous and stunning pieces of automobile art simply blow the mind. I bet people in a small town will be less surprised to see the UFO than Koenigsegg CCX. These cars looking so beautiful and i know that its drive so comfortable. If we park our car some right place then that place also incress our car look. I have prepared a small photo showcase of the most beautiful and world best  super cars. Get ready to see what the mean of best and the top speed is! Take a look
Worls Best Cars Collection

World’s Most Expensive Scooter - Vespa SS90

Vespa was founded in post-WWII Italy when Enrico Piaggio, owner of Piaggio & Co., decided to take his company out of the aeronautics industry. Because many of Italy’s roads had been destroyed, motorbikes like the Cushman were more useful than automobiles. Inspired by the Cushman, Piaggio & Co. began working on a bike of their own. The result was the first globally successful scooter—the Vespa.

The Vespa featured a shield in front that helped keep the driver dry and clean, as well as a step-through frame that could accommodate women in long dresses. The internal mesh transmission eliminated the need for an exterior chain and the front fork design made it easy to change wheels.

The Vespa SS90 Super Sprint was introduced in 1965 and produced until 1971. It featured a narrower front end compared to other Vespas and a glove box and spare wheel mounted in the step-through area of the frame. It didn’t do so well during its run, however, making the SS90 a rare piece of Vespa history today

World's Fastest Cars - Top 10 List 2009-2010

While most of us can only dream of owning the fastest car in the world, some will do whatever it takes to possess such speed and power.So, how fast are the fastest cars in the world? Here is the 10 fastest cars available on the market measures by top speed.

1. SSC Ultimate Aero

World’s Fastest Aircrafts

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Based on air speed records is classified by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI), states that non-experimental aircraft that holds the record for the fastest in the world until the publication of this writing, still held by the SR-71 Blackbird at the speed of 3530 km / h ( Mach 3.2).
However, there are actually experimental aircraft more quickly but without crew (Unmanned), the Boeing X-43 NASA that reach speeds of 12,144 km / h (Mach 9.8).
Here are the planes or flying objects in the world’s fastest in accordance with the class:
1. NASA Boeing X-43, the fastest Unmanned aircraft in the world
World’s Fastest Aircrafts Boeing-NASA-X-43