turbo era

So I want to gauge something here:

I am curious who all has been with the Power Rangers for a long time and ended up really liking the 2017 movie because I have seen a lot of OG fans go from concerned about this movie to loving it and I wanna see how much of that mentality runs through the fandom on here so reblog if you have been a Power Rangers fan since, let’s say any point in the Mighty Morphin, Zeo, Turbo or Space era and ended up really enjoying the 2017 Power Rangers movie.

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Welcome to the 80’s (A Litwak’s Arcade Mix)  

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Litwak’s Arcade is buzzing with life. Flashes of the game screens fill colorful lights into the room, vanquishing what’s left of the twilight. There are only a few hours before closing but despite this kids and adults of all ages are lining up to play two of Litwak’s most popular games: Fix-It Felix Jr. and Turbo Time. It’s the era of big hair, arcade games and rock n roll. Welcome to the 80’s.

Dedicated to our boys from the aracade, Ralph, Felix and Turbo!

1. Juke Box Hero- Foreigner
2. Der Kommissar- After the Fire
3. Break My Stride- Matthew Wilder 
4. The Safety Dance- Men Without Hats
5. Down Under- Men At Work
6. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)- Eurythmics
7. Goodbye To You- Scandal
8. Take On Me- A-ha
9. Pour Some Sugar On Me- Def Leppard
10. The Zoo- Scorpions
11. Major Tom (Coming Home)- Peter Schilling
12. Love is a Battlefield- Pat Benatar
13. Forever Young- Alphaville
14. She Sells Sanctuary- The Cult
15. Time After Time- Cyndi Lauper
16. Urgent- Foreigner
17. Don’t Stop Beleiving- Journey
18. Don’t You (Forget About Me)- Simple Minds
19. White Wedding- Billy Idol
20. I Wanna Rock- Twisted Sister
21. Livin On a Prayer- Bon Jovi
22. Hungry Like the Wolf- Duran Duran
23. Tarzan Boy- Baltimora
24. Kyrie- Mr. Mister

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Bringing a monster to life

Starting the engine (one is dependent on external help) of a 1939 Auto Union Type D Grand Prix racer, the pinnacle of Auto Union performance as one of the legendary Silver Arrows before the war. On September 3 in 1939 –  two days after Germany had already invaded Poland – Tazio Nuvolari won with the Belgrade Grand Prix the last race of the era in a Type D like this. The power (485-hp, 3.0-liter V-12) and speed (330 km/h) of the Silver Arrows would not be topped in Grand Prix racing until the turbo era dawned decades later. Even Audi Sport legend Tom Kristensen (see above) seems to be impressed.