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After a century, the Beast of Turin lives again.

Just the exaust from this thing looks deadly.


The Beast of Turin trailer from stefan marjoram on Vimeo.

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  1. Blackberry Harvey Blackberry Harvey December 27, 2014

    For when you want your combustion a little more external…

  2. Glaubrius Valeska Glaubrius Valeska December 28, 2014

    It was once my pleasure to own an 1934 Ford pickup, that had a crank starter and those perilous mechanical brakes. So much fun to operate, it was full of levers and pulls, and the windshield opened out, as well as a wind vent you could open just beyond the windshield for air. The choke, fuel air mixture, clutch and gearing were all operator controled. It had a fan out wing hood, and the passenger seat had to be removed to fuel it (great fun at full service gasoline stations back in The Day). A dreadfully dangerous conveyance, with plate glass instead of safety glass, I would have suffered painful, perhaps even moral, injuries had I been involved in a serious accident.

    Its sale provided a nice stipend for my University Education.

  3. Blackberry Harvey Blackberry Harvey December 29, 2014

    I admit to watching Chitty Chitty Bang Bang mostly for the turn-of-the-century automobiles…

    • Caesar Osterham Caesar Osterham January 27, 2015

      I watched that mostly because Ian Fleming wrote the novel.  Ok, and I had the Corgi Toys replica when I was a kid.

      • Blackberry Harvey Blackberry Harvey January 28, 2015

        And Roald Dahl wrote the screenplay.  And Cubby Broccoli produced.  And Desmond Llewellyn and Gert Frobe were in it.  It was really a Bond movie with Dick Van Dyke as both 007 and Q.

  4. violet Solano violet Solano January 28, 2015

    just the sort of conveyance i’d expect villainous Babbage Racers to employ, if for no other reason than to deafen us all

  5. Avariel Falcon Avariel Falcon January 28, 2015

    Wow! That engine sounds like a small war!

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