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Q: Now this one I’m particularly keen about. You see the gear lever here? Now, if you take the top off, you will find a little red button. Whatever you do, don’t touch it.
James Bond: Yeah, why not?
Q: Because you’ll release this section of the roof, and engage and then fire the passenger ejector seat. Whish!
James Bond: Ejector seat? You’re joking!
Q: I never joke about my work, 007.   Goldfinger (1964)    

1957 Aston Martin DB2 Mark III.         


To celebrate the 40th birthday of the original Mini (1959 until 2000) Rover created an ad ( in 1999, that depicts a spoof gameshow where a woman looks at naked men and guesses from the size of their genitalia what car they drive. The ad was banned – by Porsche. This Mini here also has an amazing rear.


I want a Mini-Cooper because it’s fuel efficient, emissions efficient and all that stuff. It’s small and better for the environment. I thrink that will be my next car Christina Ricci

She only has to worry about the vehicle ahead. Because the sun is shining and love is in the air: Mini out of the pre-BMW era, built in 1959 to 2000 from the Austin Motor Company and the Morris Motor Company and later by the British Motor Corporation (BMC), British Leyland and also as this one under the flag of Rover. BMW has not necessarily embellished it, but they have made the best of the heritage.


It’s British, it’s racing green, it’s the bomb: 1968 Triumph GT6+ Mk II, the neat little coupé (1966–1973) to the Spitfire line designed by Italian stylist Giovanni Michelotti. It looks a great deal like a 2/3-scale E-type. Slotting a big engine like the 2.0-liter six from the Vitesse into a small car like this brings with it a delicious soundtrack indeed. 


This autumnal „Sienna brown" roadster retained the appeal of traditional British sports models but had the additional, exciting element of being faster and more furious than many would-be rivals of its day: Karmann styled Triumph TR6 (1969–1976) with powerful six-cylinder inline 2498 cc engine and UK-market petrol injection (150 bhp, 46 more than the carbureted US-version). 


Jamie was on fucking point, love the band so much and this evening was so freaking awesome! I also did some videos which I am going to upload to soon. But really guys, his voice is so incredible I still can’t believe it and it’s been some days now. Hope he is comming to germany again, I would love to visit his next concert too!


It’s British, it’s a roadster, it’s racing green; but something feels wrong with the Morgan Plus 4, assembled by hand in Malvern Link in Worcestershire. I can’t even explain exactly why, but for me the proportions are simply not correct: too low, too long, too much of a classic shape – and almost always in possession of the wrong type of person.


Der 90. Geburtstag or Dinner for One - Freddie Frinton and May Warden

“The same procedure as every year!”

This may seem bizarre but watching this sketch is a German Silvester (New Year’s Eve) tradition and best enjoyed with some alcohol in you. :D This is the original performance by 2 British actors taped in Hamburg in 1963 of our Silvester ritual, which originally was a British music hall sketch. Apart from the German introduction, the rest of it is in English and was never even dubbed. The German airline LTU shows the 15-minute sketch on all its flights between Dec 28 and Jan 2, just so traveling passengers won’t miss out on the annual tradition. Guten Rutsch ins neue Jahr! 


Aston Martin Series 3 AM V8 coupé (1973–78) without any spiked tyres, skis, lasers, or missiles (Bond’s Volante) but alloy wheels for the first time in Aston Martin’s history and an early Mustang-look. These grand tourers were entirely handbuilt. This one dates back from 1975. Just 967 examples were produced.

Neighbor Girl- Part 4

Let me reiterate… I am not british so I had kind of a hard time because google wasn’t a ton of help telling me if people grilled out in the UK. So if this is inaccurate and british people never cook hamburgers on the grill, replace it all with something else cooking related. 

Anyway, thanks you guys so much for reading. The next part is super cute after this which I will be posting tomorrow. I struggled a bit with this part so sorry if it comes off that way. 

Part 4

It was nearing six on a Tuesday and Rae was just getting home from work. She was the newest editor at a small publishing house called Tea Room Publishing and loved her job. She quickly changed out of her work clothes and into comfortable ones. It had been nearly three weeks since their new neighbors moved in and ever since then, the girls had spent next to to every night hanging out with them. Rae and Finn were starting to become quite close. When they were together, without fail they would get into a heated debate about which album of some band was the best and wouldn’t stop until the six of them walked home. Luckily Rae had gotten better at hinting about how great Chloe would be for him, but he still hadn’t asked Chloe out or made any real indication that he was going to, which really surprised Rae. Izzy had wholeheartedly fallen for Chop. Chop was completely oblivious.

Rae went into Izzy’s room to see almost all of Izzy’s clothes on the floor. Chloe and Izzy co-managed a clothing boutique in town and got a large discount so Rae could barely see the floor through all the rejected outfits. “Why are all your clothes on the floor?” Rae asked, making her way to Izzy’s bed where Chloe sat.

“We’re going over to the boys’ flat and I need to wear something mysterious.” Izzy sorted through some of the piles again.

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