Transformers Steering Wheel

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    steering wheel
  • A steering wheel (also called a driving wheel or hand wheel) is a type of steering control in vehicles and vessels (ships and boats).

  • The wheel of a ship is the modern method of adjusting the angle of the rudder, in turn changing the direction of the boat or ship. It is also called the helm, together with the rest of the steering mechanism.

  • a handwheel that is used for steering

  • A wheel that a driver rotates in order to steer a vehicle

  • A person or thing that transforms something

  • (transformer) an electrical device by which alternating current of one voltage is changed to another voltage

  • Transformers is a Hasbro toy line centered on two factions of warring alien robots. In its 26-year history, the toyline has expanded to encompass comic books, animation, video games and movies.

  • An apparatus for reducing or increasing the voltage of an alternating current

  • There have been three main publishers of the comic book series bearing the name Transformers based on the toy lines of the same name. The first series was produced by Marvel Comics from 1984 to 1991, which ran for 80 issues and produced four spin-off miniseries.

transformers steering wheel - Playskool Tonka

Playskool Tonka Scoot N Scoop 3 In 1 Ride-On

Playskool Tonka Scoot N Scoop 3 In 1 Ride-On

This 3-in-1 dump truck helps little ones transition from crawling to walking, then converts to a ride-on toy for added fun. Toddlers will love the scooping action that picks up the included shape-blocks and other small toys (not included), and then tosses them into the dump bed.
When your child is ready, the seat easily converts to a walker handle, and the gravel guard becomes a ride-on handle. The wide rear axle provides extra stability. Blinking directional lights, a clicking gearshift, adjustable mirror and realistic road vibrations give drivers-in-training loads of options for busy driving fun. Uses 3 "AA" batteries, not included. Measures 21" x 13.5" x 13.25". Holds up to 42 pounds.

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1985 Lamborghini Countach rear right 1

1985 Lamborghini Countach rear right 1

The Lamborghini Countach was a mid-engined sports car produced by Italian automaker Lamborghini from 1974 to 1990. Its design both pioneered and popularized the wedge-shaped, sharply angled look popular in many high performance sports cars. The "cabin-forward" design concept, which pushes the passenger compartment forward in order to accommodate a larger engine, was also popularized by the Countach.
The word countach is an exclamation of astonishment in the local Piedmontese language — generally used by men on seeing an extremely beautiful woman. The term is often considered the equivalent of an excited obscenity in English. It can also be considered the verbal equivalent of a wolf-whistle.
The Countach name stuck when Nuccio Bertone first saw "Project 112" in his studio.The prototype was introduced to the world at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show. Most previous and subsequent Lamborghini car names were associated with bulls and bullfighting.
The Countach was styled by Marcello Gandini of the Bertone design studio, the same designer and studio that designed the Miura. Gandini was then a young, inexperienced designer—not very experienced in the practical, ergonomic aspects of automobile design, but at the same time unhindered by them. He produced a quite striking design. The Countach shape was wide and low (42.1 inches), but not very long. Its angular and wedge-shaped body was made almost entirely of flat, trapezoidal panels. There were curves, notably the smoothly coke-bottle wing line, but the overall appearance was sharp.
The doors, a Countach trademark, were scissor doors: hinged at the front with horizontal hinges, so that the doors lifted up and tilted forwards. The main reason is the car's tubular spaceframe chassis results in very high and wide door sills. It was also partly for style, and partly because the width of the car made conventional doors impossible to use in an even slightly confined space. Care needed to be taken, though, in opening the doors with a low roof overhead. The car's poor rear visibility and wide sills led to drivers adopting a method of reversing the car for parking by opening the door, sitting on the sill, and reversing while looking over the back of the car from outside.)
The pure style of the prototype was progressively enhanced or cluttered (depending on one's point of view) by the evolution of the car to improve its performance, handling, tractability, and ability to meet mandated requirements. This began with the first production model, which included several vents which were found to be necessary to cool the engine adequately. These included the iconic NACA duct on the door and rear fender of each side of the car. The car design changes ended with a large engine vent directly behind the driver, reducing the rear view. Later additions, including fender flares, spoilers, carburetor covers, and bumpers, progressively changed the aesthetic values of the car.
The Countach's styling and visual impression caused it to become an icon of great design to almost everyone except automotive engineers. The superior performance characteristics of later Lamborghini models (such as the Diablo, or the Murcielago) appealed to performance car drivers and engineers, but they never had the originality or outrageousness that gave the Countach its distinction. The different impressions left by the various Lamborghini models have generated numerous debates and disagreements over what constitutes 'classic' or 'great' automotive design (elegant looks and style, vs. technical and engineering superiority).
There are three distinct Countach LP400S Series.
Series One — The first 50 cars delivered with Campagnolo "Bravo" wheels in 1978 & 79. The very early 1978 cars had the original LP400 steering wheel. Small Stewart Warner gauges, 45mm carburettors and a lowered suspension (lowbody) setting is a trademark feature of this celebrated first series. Halfway through 1979's production, bigger gauges were employed. 50 cars were built and the last one is noted to be 1121100*
Series Two — These cars are recognized by their smooth finish dished/concave wheels, and still retain the lowbody setting. 105 cars were built and the last one is noted to be 1121310*.
Series Three — It is claimed that from chassis number 1121312 onwards, the cockpit space available was raised by 3 cm. These cars are recognized by their raised suspension setting. 82 cars were built, and the last one is noted to be 1121468*
1982 saw another improvement, this time giving a bigger, more powerful 5 litre engine, which improved performance to be more in line with Lamborghini's somewhat exaggerated claims. The bodywork was unaltered. This version of the car is sometimes called the LP5000S, which may cause confusion with the later 5000QV (next section).
The 1985 LP500S is characterized as a toy named Sideswipe in the popular TV series Transformers.
In 1985 the engine was improved again, bored and stroked to 5.2 litr

Ford Mustang GT

Ford Mustang GT

Ford Mustang im Film
Der erste Filmauftritt eines Mustang war 1964 in Der Gendarm von Saint Tropez. Es war ein rotes 1964 1/2 Cabrio mit schwarzem Interieur. Nach dem Auftritt eines wei?en 1964 1/2 Cabrio in James Bond-Goldfinger von 1964, gab es Anfang der 1970er Jahre in einem weiteren James Bond-Film Diamantenfieber, eine Verfolgungsjagd durch Las Vegas in einem roten 71er Mach I. Besondere Bekanntheit erlangte der Ford Mustang 1968 in dem Film Bullitt, in dem Steve McQueen einen 1968er Fastback in einer der langsten und spektakularsten Autoverfolgungsjagden der Filmgeschichte durch San Francisco fuhr. Ein 67er Shelby GT500 wird von Rally Vincent im seit 1991 veroffentlichten Manga/Anime Gunsmith Cats gefahren. 1974 drehte H. B. Halicki den in Europa eher unbekannten Streifen Gone in 60 seconds in dem Halicki, der auch die Story schrieb und die Hauptrolle spielte, wahrend der langsten Autoverfolgungsjagd der Filmgeschichte in einem gestohlenen gelben 1973 Ford Mustang MACH 1 gejagt wird und dabei eine Spur der Verwustung hinterlasst. Der Wagen tragt den Namen Eleanor und wird im Vorspann des Films als Hauptdarsteller genannt. Das Remake von 2000 mit Nicolas Cage und Angelina Jolie nimmt hierauf Bezug und versteht sich als Fortsetzung, hier ist Eleanor allerdings ein Shelby GT 500 Nachbau. Diese „Eleanor“ erreichte solche Popularitat, dass der Tuner Year One spater eine Reproduktion dieses Wagens in Kleinserie auflegte. Des Weiteren ist ein 1967 Mustang Fastback im Musikvideo von Tokio Hotel - Automatic zu sehen. Einen weiterer Gastauftritt ist in dem Film Ein Duke kommt selten allein zu sehen.

In der Teeniekomodie Scary Movie 4 (2005) hat ein Mustang seinen Auftritt (hier ein schwarzer Shelby GT-350 mit goldenen Vinyls). Ebenfalls ist der Mustang in neueren Filmen wie The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006), wo eine Mustangkarosserie erstmals mit japanischen Motorwissen gepaart wird, in Tarantinos Death Proof (2007), wo ein grabber yellow-farbener 1971er Mustang vorkommt (eine Anspielung auf Gone in 60 seconds (1974), oder auch in Krieg der Welten (2005) (hier ein 1965er 2+2 Fastback) zu sehen. Kurz zuvor fuhr Tom Cruise einen 67er Fastback in dem Film Vanilla Sky. In Plotzlich Prinzessin ist das Gefahrt der Protagonistin ein verkommener Ford Mustang 65, der nur noch mit Muhen die Hugel San Franciscos bewaltigt. In Die Reise ins Ich fahrt Dennis Quaid einen roten modifizierten Mustang. Der 2005er Mustang ist in den Filmen Der Pakt von 2006 und Transformers (2007) ebenso zu sehen (in letzterem als getunter Saleen), wie in der Serie O.C. California. In I am Legend benutzt Will Smith in den ersten Szenen einen neuen Shelby GT 500. Ein pinkfarbenes Mustang Cabrio ist in High School Musical 2 zu sehen. Es tragt auf der Motorhaube in wei?er Schrift die Initialen „SE“ (Sharpay Evans). In einem Crossover zwischen CSI: NY und CSI: Miami tritt ein 2005er Mustang Cabrio auf. Ein erheblich modifizierter Mustang wird im Film Death Race von Jason Statham gefahren. Die Figur der Amy, in der Komodie Der Kaufhaus Cop fahrt einen orangen 65er Mustang Cabrio. Auch im Film Mr. Nice Guy ist ein Mustang zu sehen. Bei diesem handelt es sich um ein rotes 66er Cabrio. In James Wans Film Death Sentence fuhr Billy Darley einen schwarzen 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback.

Das Kultauto hatte seine Einsatze im Sinne eines zentralen Stilelementes auch in einigen Fernsehserien. Beispielhaft seien die Detektivserien Mike Hammer (Stacey Keach fuhr hier einen blauen Mustang) und die populare Serie Spenser (der mittlerweile verstorbene US-Schauspieler Robert Urich bewegte hier einen dunkelgrunen 66er Fastback) aus den 1980er Jahren genannt. In der Serie Drei Engel fur Charlie fuhr Hauptdarstellerin Farrah Fawcett (Jill Munroe) einen weissen Mustang II Cobra.

Insgesamt wurde der Ford Mustang in uber 500 Kinofilmen und Fernsehserien erwahnt. Der Ford Mustang zahlt neben dem Batmobil, dem DeLorean aus der Filmtrilogie Zuruck in die Zukunft, dem Dodge Charger in der Serie Dukes of Hazzard und dem sprechenden Pontiac Firebird Trans Am (K.I.T.T.) in Knight Rider (die Neuauflage der Serie verwendet 2008 einen schwarzen Shelby GT 500 KR mit grauen Streifen zu den beliebtesten Fernsehfahrzeugen. wikipedia

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