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Lego Star Wars B Wing Star Fighter in Down Town Disney.
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The key to my car, a Clio.
Better: my death star. xD
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A N-1 Naboo Starfighter

Thank to ~Eruantien-Fett for the info

Stock : texture by ~NinStock

Protecting the skies and space around Naboo is the N-1 starfighter. Its sleek design exemplifies the philosophy of art and function witnessed throughout Naboo technology. Its twin radial J-type engines are capped in gleaming chrome and trail long delicate-looking finials behind the ship's single-pilot compartment. Behind the pilot sits a standard astromech droid, plugged into an abbreviated, ventrally-fed socket which requires the droid to compress slightly in order to fit within the vessel's curves. The fighter features twin blaster cannons, twin fire-linked torpedo launchers, and a capable automatic pilot feature.
During the Battle of Naboo, fearless pilot Ric Olié led Bravo Squadron's N-1 fighters against swarms of Trade Federation droid starfighters. The unexpected help of talented rookie pilot Anakin Skywalker resulted in the destruction of the Droid Control Ship, sealing the victory at Naboo.
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I know next to nothing about these off-road warriors, but upon close examination I believe that the following statements are accurate: 1) It is all-wheel-drive. 2) It has a suspension that can travel further than my longest stride. 3) It is wicked fast, and 4) It hates any kind of pavement. I would assume that like Superman, it can leap tall buildings with a single bound...........
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Brussels North, 13/06/2013

Car 4141 ‘Côte d’Azur’ was built in 1929 as a first class Pullman and was decorated by René Lalique in the ‘Côte d’Azur’ style. It entered service that same year as part of the Côte d’Azur Pullman Express, switching to the Deauville Express before returning to the Côte d’Azur Pullman for the winter seasons of 1930-31 and 1934-35. She ran from Paris to Calais for many years, meeting the passengers from the Golden Arrow. By 1961 it was in a reserve pool used for special services and in 1971 was stored at the Wagon-Lits works at Villeneuve. After a decade of storage, she was rescued in 1981 by Venice Simplon-Orient-Express and restored at Bremen.
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april of my mopar calendar 2010 [link]


1971 Plymouth Cuda
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Shibuya in the rain.

Oh boy, a DD!! :D

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