SedanChassis #: SCBZP14C3VCX59442Sold for $21,850 at 2013 Bonhams - The Scottsdale Auction.The Bentley Turbo R was introduced at Geneva in 1985 and continued the modern 'Blower Bentley' theme. It came with additional refinement to the vehicle's suspension making it more suitable to the vehicle's increased performance. This vehicle was instrumental in the resurgence of the legendary Bentley name. It was hard to imagine that during the close of the 1970s, the Bentley name was on the verge of extinction, as it accounted for just 3% of Rolls-Royce Motor Car's production. However, this tragedy was avoided by re-establishing the company's credentials as the purveyor of high-performance luxury cars. Part of the company's strategy was to evoke memories of their glorious past achievements at Le Mans. When Rolls-Royce introduced their Silver Spirit, the Bentley counterpart was named 'Mulsanne' in honor of its accomplishments at LeMans. It was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1982 and … [Read more...] about 1997 Bentley Turbo R
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SaloonChassis #: SCBZR03BXKCX25376Sold for $22,000 at 2015 Bonhams : The Scottsdale Auction.The Bentley Turbo R was introduced at the 1985 Geneva Motor Show, and brought with it the added refinement of suspension better suited to the car's increased performance. It was visually similar to the preceding Mulsanne Turbo, except for cast-alloy wheels, and a slightly updated interior. The Turbo R received a revised fascia with rev-counter included amongst the instrumentation. Bentley broke with tradition for the Turbo R and made public the engine's power rating, stating it could produce 320 bhp and 475 lb/ft of torque. The Turbo R could race from zero-to-sixty in around 7 seconds with a top speed being achieved at 143 mph.This Turbo R example was completed by hand at the Crewe Bentley works in October 1988. Since that time, it has been driven less than 36,000 miles from new and has been used sparingly by just one owner, Mr. William M. Keck. Ordered for Mr. Keck in June of 1988, the new … [Read more...] about 1988 Bentley Turbo R
Deadpool and its sequel, Deadpool 2, don't lack in razor sharp inappropriate jokes, anti heroes, star-studded cameos and bloody violence. Since Disney added 20th Century Fox to its metaphorical Infinity Gauntlet, Marvel Studios regained film rights to Deadpool, Fantastic Four and the X-Men. This, according to Deadpool 2 director David Leitch means the third installment might not be rated R."It's rated R so that's not necessarily the [Marvel Cinematic Universe] brand but he doesn't necessarily need to be R and [Disney] don't necessarily need to only make PG-13 movies," Leitch told Yahoo Movies UK on Monday. "I think we'll find a happy ground."Last December, Deadpool 2 was re-released in theaters under the title Once Upon a Deadpool and billed as PG-13. The re-edited, holiday themed version ran from December 12 until Christmas Eve in the US. Disney and Leitch didn't immediately respond to request for comment. Now playing: Watch this: Deadpool is back and he hasn't toned down the … [Read more...] about Deadpool 3 doesn’t need to be rated R, director says
Members of the Blue Man Group use PVC pipe as a percussion instrument during a performance. That's just one use of this versatile material. We've got many others. © Chris Ryan/Corbis You've taken steps to prepare for Armageddon, a zombie apocalypse or the next meteor that turns L.A. into a giant sinkhole. There's gold bullion in your fireproof safe, a gas mask under your bed, and you've mapped an escape route that will take you far from urban dangers to a rural oasis where you plan to live sustainably until further notice. If so, PVC pipes should figure into your survival plan. These rigid, inexpensive polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipes represent a trifecta of durability. They are waterproof, flexible and fire-resistant -- and you can buy a supply at your neighborhood hardware store. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) was first discovered by a German scientist in 1835, but it took decades to figure out practical applications beyond the laboratory for this strong, durable material. In … [Read more...] about How can a PVC pipe help you survive?
Playing music doesn't have to cost a fortune. You can make musical instruments from everyday materials. The PVC pipe instrument was made famous by the Blue Man Group [source: Blue Man], but you can become a musical virtuoso in your own right. Read the steps listed below and learn how to make your own PVC pipe instrument. Materials: 2 foot (61.97 centimeters) PVC pipe, 2 inches (5.08 centimeters) wideMeasuring tapeMarkerSawSandpaper4 rubber stoppersPacking tape Here's what to do. Buy 2 feet (61.97 centimeters) of PVC or ABS pipes. The only difference between the two is the color. The width of your pipe is up to you. The wider your pipe, the louder the sound will be [source: True]. The recommended width is 2 inches (5.08 centimeters) wide.Divide the pipe into four sections, as follows: a 4 inch (10.16 centimeter), a 5.5 inch (13.97 centimeter), a 6 inch (15.24 centimeter) and an 8.5 inch (21.59 centimeter) pipe. Carefully measure and mark each section.Cut the pipe into the four pieces … [Read more...] about How to Make a PVC Pipe Instrument