jeremylawson:

1935 Auburn

WHAT TIME IS IT ?

WHAT TIME IS IT ?

(Source: netnazi)

mrcaptaincook:

kinesin (a motor protein) pulling a some kind of vesicle along some kind of cytoskeletal filament
via John Liebler at Art of the Cell

mrcaptaincook:

kinesin (a motor protein) pulling a some kind of vesicle along some kind of cytoskeletal filament

via John Liebler at Art of the Cell

gentlecar:

1967 Mustang Allegro II Prototype

(Source: finkenstein)

Magnetic putty engulfs piece of metal.

(Source: gifcraft)

(Source: unknown)

midcenturymodernfreak:

The Northrop Flying Wing XB-35 Bomber
The Northrop XB-35 and YB-35 were experimental heavy bomber aircraft developed by the Northrop Corporation for the United States Army Air Forces during and shortly after World War II. The airplane used the radical and potentially very efficient flying wing design, in which the tail section and fuselage are eliminated and all payload is carried in a thick wing. Only prototype and pre-production aircraft were built, although interest remained strong enough to warrant further development of the design as a jet bomber, under the designation YB-49.
Via: 1 | 2 | 3
midcenturymodernfreak:

The Northrop Flying Wing XB-35 Bomber
The Northrop XB-35 and YB-35 were experimental heavy bomber aircraft developed by the Northrop Corporation for the United States Army Air Forces during and shortly after World War II. The airplane used the radical and potentially very efficient flying wing design, in which the tail section and fuselage are eliminated and all payload is carried in a thick wing. Only prototype and pre-production aircraft were built, although interest remained strong enough to warrant further development of the design as a jet bomber, under the designation YB-49.
Via: 1 | 2 | 3

midcenturymodernfreak:

The Northrop Flying Wing XB-35 Bomber

The Northrop XB-35 and YB-35 were experimental heavy bomber aircraft developed by the Northrop Corporation for the United States Army Air Forces during and shortly after World War II. The airplane used the radical and potentially very efficient flying wing design, in which the tail section and fuselage are eliminated and all payload is carried in a thick wing. Only prototype and pre-production aircraft were built, although interest remained strong enough to warrant further development of the design as a jet bomber, under the designation YB-49.

Via: 1 | 2 | 3

steampunkvehicles:

historicaltimes:

One of 6 ever built, a 1934 Texaco Diamond T Doodlebug tanker truck. The Diamond T Doodlebug’s body was made by Heil Co. None are known to exist today. Colorized image

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What’s interesting about this is that in the same era REO had the “Speed tanker” which was designed to quickly deliver fuel to aircraft.  I wonder if there was a need for streamlined tankers at the time.

oldworldinventions:

1952: Park-Car “The tire drops down from the trunk of the car, lifting the back two tires off the ground, and acts as a swivel rotating or spinning the back of the car out of any tight spot. “
(History’s Playlist)

oldworldinventions:

1952: Park-Car
“The tire drops down from the trunk of the car, lifting the back two tires off the ground, and acts as a swivel rotating or spinning the back of the car out of any tight spot. “

(History’s Playlist)

(Source: gifyoutube.com)

superseventies:

Rod Stewart

sixpenceee:

The 1939 Pontiac Plexiglass Ghost Car