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More History lads and lasses.

For 1969 the name “Cobra” is lost and it is baptized again such as the Shelby GT350 or Shelby GT500, while receiving a Great redesign. The length was increased by 10 cm. These Decisions were made mostly by Ford.

-The Shelby GT350 now equipped a 5.7L (351 cu in) engine.

-Carrroll Shelby canceled its agreement with Ford during the Summer of 1969.

In the photos we have the 1969 Shelby GT350 Fastback 

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au where everything is the same, except kiibo has PAW BEANS

anonymous asked:

Did you know that Niall schedules his day around the fans.. He leaves an hour early just in case he runs into fans that wants to take pictures or chat with him so he can still make it into the studio or the promo he has that day on time. Omg when I learned that my heart skipped a beat. Thinking that he literally schedules his day around weather or not he runs into fans is so fucking sexy! He's the best person on the planet!

And It’s Like No Time Has Passed

without trying very hard at all you can see bob’s current Look™ in this

(ao3) (general warning for 4x13 spoilers just in case)


“Predictable.”

Bellamy looks up like he’s been caught, pushing up his glasses and smiling guiltily. For all the times Clarke drew him over the past six years– on every spare piece of scrap paper she could find, every blank stretch of wall in the lab– she never imagined him like this: hair shaggy and long, the sharpness of his jaw shadowed with stubble, wearing glasses.

Smiling, easy and relaxed.

It feels wrong that most of her memories of him are shadowed by tension, broad shoulders pulled tight, jaw muscle jumping, gaze hard and canny. A soldier in wartime. Her heart aches that she gets to see him like this, gets to see him at all.

“What are you trying to say, Princess?”

His voice makes her breath catch.

Six years of talking to an empty radio channel, hoping against hope that she’d hear his voice coming through, but never really expecting it to. And now he’s here, and he’s answering back, and it’s just– it’s a lot to take in.

“Leave it to Bellamy Blake to find his way straight to the armory,” she says with feigned exasperation, and he ducks his head, smiling. “Most of your crew is enjoying the feast we prepared for you guys, but not you.”

“You think I’m gonna waste my first chance in six years to really get away from Murphy?”

Clarke laughs and comes to stand next to him, watching as he meticulously cleans each piece of the gun before him, fingers deft and sure. It’s pretty hot, if Clarke is honest with herself.

And she’s learned to be very honest with herself the past few years.

They’re barely touching, his arm skimming hers every time he moves, but it sets her heart racing fast as ever.

Get it together, Griffin. You’re not seventeen anymore.

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***incredibly minor potc 5 spoilers***


i love how henry turner is super similar to will in cotbp all the way through until that scene where they get attacked by ghost sharks on the longboat and jack’s losing his shit, but henry stays totally chill and just hits the ghost shark repeatedly with an oar until it lets go

those are his mother’s genes right there

EXCLUSIVE: Doom meets Tony Stark: Sorcerer Supreme in Infamous Iron Man #9

We’ve talked about the role of superheroics and super-science in Infamous Iron Man, but Victor von Doom is a sorcerer as well. What can you tell us about the role of the supernatural in the book moving forward?

Bendis: What I’m most excited about is this mixture of technology and mysticism. I’ve touched upon it a few times in the past. One of the things people seemed to really enjoy was the idea of Tony Stark Sorcerer Supreme from the X-Men Annuals. I get a lot of letters about him.

I feel there’s a version of Tony Stark that eventually realizes that the next level he needs to get to with his technology is a spiritual study of self. Victor has done that, but he did it in a corrupt way, using black magic. What Tony would need to do though is a more pure thing that would take a great long time; maybe longer than he has left.

I like writing about characters who are using both of these things to make a more signature power set, or a more signature manifestation of their powers.

When we first thought about Infamous Iron Man I told Alex that half of the people will be like, “This is the book I didn’t know that I always wanted.” Because it’s not a book anyone ever said they wanted. Then there will be another group that’s like, “Why are you doing this? Where is Tony Stark?” We’re always going to have to deal with that.