Who would have thought that you could have a mean looking, fast racing, good looking sports car that also has impressive green credentials? Well, that’s exactly what Porsche are proposing with their latest concept car: the Porsche 918 Spyder. Let’s take a closer look.
In the 2010 model year, the M6 was the second-most expensive BMW sold in the U.S. after the 760Li ($137,000), with an MSRP of $108,150 for the convertible and $102,350 for the coupe. In the U.S. the M6 had one of the largest residual value drops at 19%, as it had little if any changes since its 2006 introduction. Overall the M6 is a powerful vehicle.
GRP is the most common material in motor yachts for sale, being light, durable and cheap to maintain. However, make sure that there are no blisters in the material, since it may lead to problems later on.
Many schools and offices are including cycle shelters. Public places are also building cycle shelter for the convenience of the people. It is wise to opt for cycle shelters or bike sheds that are made of GRP or Glass Plastic Grating.
Hoop tents combine the best features of the ridge and dome tents in a single design. They are strong and offer plenty of room inside. They comprise of a single or multiple hoop- these being known as the tunnel tent. The single hoop is favoured by the backpacker because of its lightweight, size and strength. The tunnel tent has, usually, three hoops and an entrance at both ends. Mountaineers for their high wind resistance and lightness favour them.
The chassis is made from CFP (Carbon fiber reinforced plastic), along with the use of a lot of magnesium and aluminium to keep the frame as light as possible. The stylish interior is designed to be driver orientated with touch screens and intuitive controls.
This is a triangular shaped tent. It has a horizontal pole supported by the two end vertical poles. These tents are very sturdy with plenty of headroom. Their weakness is the sides, which are unsupported. These tents are pitched end on to the wind, by the guy ropes.
I had one small tri designer tell me recently that as many as 90% of those who purchase boat plans never actually finish building their dream sailboat. This, of course, means only about 1 in 10 actually finish.