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Flexible wheels that bend but don't break. Michelin and Maxion Wheels have created this flexible wheel. To eliminate road-based damage to tires and rims. The Maxion flexible wheels are made with Michelin Acorus Tech. Designed with rubber so that they bend instead of break, they absorb impact from potholes and curbs. Maxion Wheels says this flexibility also improves ride comfort. The flexible wheel is designed to work with any brand of tire.
Wonder what happens if the spoke part of the wheel hits a pothole? No bending there
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1969 GTO Judge Warwick blue/blue, RAIII, 4 speed, tach/gauges, safe t track, flip headlights, 3.55's, ps and radio.
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Will be at the Mecum Phoenix auction next month
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Never seen chrome Pontiac Rallye II wheels before. Must be home made
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Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is proud to offer this unique 1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1. This car not only has the famous first-generation Mach 1 351 Cleveland V8 engine, but it is literally bulletproof. I do not mean that as terminology, but this car’s cockpit is equipped with a clandestine NIJ level 3a ballistic protection package. If you want to be like John Wick and be able to look awesome but also feel protected, finally the car has arrived. This armor will protect against a .44 Magnum, Semi Hollow Point bullets and 9mm full metal jacket bullets with nominal masses of 15.55 g impacting at a velocity of 1,400 ft per second or less. It also provides against most handgun threats as well as level I, IIA, and II threats. The windows and glass are not rated to stop projectiles. The Ballistic package present in the vehicle is meant to be hidden so protection cannot be observed.
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Titanosaurs were the giants of the giants—four-legged behemoths that stomped around Cretaceous South America and Africa 100 million years ago. The discovery of a previously unknown titanosaur in Tanzania with a unique heart-shaped tailbone is adding to our knowledge of these enigmatic beasts, and how they lived and evolved on the African continent.
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