• FIRC
  • Model of the famous WW2 German heavy tank
  • Mauritania to Nigeria

About the same story can be told in Historic class, where the fast Cosworth of Andy Thomson was not exactly reliable

Your Mother Liked It Bareback - My Fabulous Disease

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The Soleymieux system is an excellent alternative to traditional bolts and pitons as it allows to reduce the visual impact of the anchor point, very useful solution in particular when working on historic buildings. The Soleymieux works only with the special bolt Fix Soleymieux # 815
The possibility of not having the fixed plate eliminates the risk of use of the anchor point by unauthorized persons.
High quality product completely developed and produced in Italy.
Tested piece by piece.

Pothigai Malai – Agasthiyar Temple | Tamilrasigan

Features drive, steering, rotated turret, elevated main cannon and lights
There is an acknowledged need for improved conservation of plastic and rubber objects within collections, including improved methods of condition assessment, material identification, and better understanding of material degradation. This reflects the inherent instability and wide-ranging formulations of many such objects and also the relative lack of knowledge in this field. Analysis of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) is a useful method for understanding the chemical processes involved in polymer degradation and for the identification of materials. Conservators and curators have used odor analysis to identify historical plastics for many years, and techniques ranging from acid detection strips to laboratory-based techniques such as solid-phase microextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry have been used to characterize plastic and rubber materials and to understand their degradation. VOC analysis also has potential as a technique for bulk material identification, as a complementary tool to spectroscopic analysis of the surface. A significant advantage of VOC analysis is its potential to be non-invasive, avoiding destructive sampling or even contact with an object. However, there is a greater potential for VOC analysis to be of benefit within conservation than is currently being exploited and significant scope for future research. In fields such as construction or waste management, there is also significant research into analysis of VOC emissions from plastic and rubber materials. The goal of this paper is to systematically review research from a range of fields including conservation, polymer degradation, and plastics recycling and it includes the use of VOC analysis to understand the causes of damage to plastic and rubber objects, to provide evidence of degradation and to monitor degradation progress, and to identify materials and distinguish between different formulations. Summaries of relevant studies are given, and volatile markers of object damage and polymer degradation and key volatile identifiers of a particular material are highlighted.

 

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Pembrokeshire Classic Investments offer a wide range of Classic Cars for Sale
FIAT 500 F 1968 Beige Sabia


Built in Italy in 1968 and first registered in Catania Sicily in November of the same year and partly restored in Limina, also situated in the island, by Mr. Bartolotta, an exceptional Italian cars restauratore. Imported from
Sicily in October 2015. This is one of the best cars I have ever had
the pleasure to drive.

It is finished in its original colour scheme of Beige (Beige sabbia 583)
with its new Black vinyl trim, Black carpets + rubber over-mats, new
fabric sun roof, original 499cc Engine, 4 Speed Gearbox, fully detailed
Engine bay, new Chrome and original refurbished steel wheels with
Chrome Hub Caps + excellent paint and bodywork, new brakes. Also, it has the original historic registration book with details of services and
ownership.

The car has covered 63.800 Kilometers (39.600 miles) and really must be seen and driven to be fully appreciated.
Definitely one of the best examples currently for sale in the London UK!
MOT until 10/2016 and UK registration in process.


FIAT 500 F my car Francis Lombardi Rosso 1968
Built in Italy in 1968 and first registered in Messina Sicily in September of the same year and partly restored in Limina, also situated in the island, by Mr. Bartolotta, an exceptional Italian cars restauratore. Limited edition Francis Lombardi (My Car). Imported from Sicily in October 2015. This is one of the best cars I have ever had the pleasure to drive.

It is finished in its original colour scheme of Rosso with
its original Black vinyl trim, Black carpets + rubber over-mats,original
fabric sun roof, original 499cc Engine, 4 Speed Gearbox, fully detailed
Engine bay, new Chrome and original refurbished steel wheels with new
Chrome Hub Caps + excellent paint and bodywork, new brakes, new tires. Also, it has the original historic registration book with details of services and ownership.

The car has covered 53.760 Kilometers (33.400 miles) and really must be seen and driven to be fully appreciated.
Definitely one of the best examples currently for sale in the London UK!
MOT until 10/2016 and UK registration in process.