domingo, 5 de agosto de 2012

Dave Angelo

via Brutos-Eros de Brutos Eros em 04/08/12

Joseph Spondike

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FuckingHunkies: The Deal [RGator]

FuckingHunkies: The Deal

Xavier Montenegro

via Brutos-Eros de Brutos Eros em 24/07/12

All things Mechanical

The S.q.u.i.r.e's Mechanic has a special tool he uses to get his master's motor running.

The Industrial Revolution marks a major turning point in history; almost every aspect of daily life was influenced in some way. Most notably, average income and population began to exhibit unprecedented sustained growth. In the two centuries following 1800, the world's average per capita income increased over tenfold, while the world's population increased over sixfold.

In the words of Nobel Prize winner Robert E. Lucas, Jr., "For the first time in history, the living standards of the masses of ordinary people have begun to undergo sustained growth ... Nothing remotely like this economic behavior has happened before".

The British motor industry started when Frederick Simms became friends with Gottlieb Daimler, who had, in 1885, patented a successful design for a high-speed petrol engine. Simms, a London consulting engineer, bought the British rights for Daimler's engine and associated patents and from 1891 successfully sold launches using these Cannstatt-made motors from Eel Pie Island in the Thames. In 1893 he formed The Daimler Motor Syndicate Limited for his various Daimler-related enterprises.

The claim for the first all-British motor car is contested, but George Lanchester's first cars of 1895 and 1896 did include French and German components. In 1891 Richard Stephens, a mining engineer from South Wales, returned from a commission in Michigan to establish a bicycle works in Clevedon, Somerset. Whilst in America he had seen the developments in motive power and by 1897 he had produced his first car. This was entirely of his own design and manufacture, including the two-cylinder engine, apart from the wheels which he bought from Starley in Coventry. This was probably the first all-British car and Stephens set up a production line, manufacturing in all, twelve vehicles, including four- and six-seater cars and hackneys, and nine-seater buses.

] RAW - Full Service Garage w/extra Lube

You're car's acting up and driving you nowhere but crazy, since it won't start half the time.  After a few
attempts you manage to get it start it and drive it over to the garage down the street.  The CRANKSHAFT
garage is the one benefit of driving a beater - they offer such great service.

If you go in to get your oil changed, they grab your tailpipe and grease it up til it squirts.  All in 30 minutes or less!

But since you're having bigger problems with your heap of rusty bolts you ask them for the full service. 
Yep, you're looking for the full lube job, tire rotation and engine tune up, and man do these guys do a
thorough job!

Hunkies: Sean Hunter & Tex Gemmell [RGator]

Muscle Car Club 2 - Full Movie

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The Muscle Car Club men are back in Muscle Car Club 2 and up to their dipsticks in hot sweaty man-sex. Csaba Borbely's huge cast of muscle god mechanics will have you checking your fluids! 

Cast: Enrique Gardinelli, Glen Santoro, Nino Alvarez, Ettore Valentino, Evan Rochelle, Alfredo Castaldo, Kim Walker, Julio Carillo, Jay Avedon, Fredy Costa, Antonio Carrigan, Mitch Golubkin, Helmut Müller, Rogerio Mateo, Kristoff Caine, Daryl Dominguez


Dr4gon Med1a - Truck Y0u!

James and Jimmy [1 Anexo]

OIP - Fcuked Bareback Outside - Jun 29