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Collection by Ryan Andrade

Ryan Andrade
BMW S 1000 RR "Mad Max" Moto de macho! Looks like something Batman would ride. Mad Max, Motos Bmw, Cool Motorcycles, Bmw Motorbikes, Yamaha Bikes, Bmw S1000rr, Side Car, Bug Out Vehicle, Hot Bikes

Wunderlich BMW S1000RR Mad Max - Custom Motorcycles & Classic Motorcycles - BikeGlam

German experts Wunderlich, in cooperation with designer Nicolas Petit built amazing custom motorcycle called Wunderlich S1000 RR “Mad Max”. As you can derive from its name, the model is inspired by the classic Mad Max science fiction movie trilogy of the late 70s. In terms of accessories, almost everything is new in this S1000RR Mad … Continue reading Wunderlich BMW S1000RR Mad Max →

A Blohm and Voss 280 variant during the final days of Operation Sea Lion/Fall… Luftwaffe, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Operation Sea Lion, Focke Wulf, Experimental Aircraft, Ww2 Planes, Aircraft Design, War Machine

A Blohm and Voss 280 variant during the final days of Operation Sea Lion/Fall Gold occupation of Western British Isles. Though not fast by Luftwaffe standards, the design proved highly nimble, had well-planned armament, and was a very tough airframe to target effectively with obsolete .30 and .50 machine guns. Armed with a flexible response package, the airframe might perform ground attack role at sortie against enemy armour then flit quickly to altitude to act as tactical air cover…

The German Horten flying wing fighter, first flown in 1944 by the Luftwaffe during WWII, rebuilt to exact specs by the model testing team at Northrop Grumman. Horten Ho 229, Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Stealth Aircraft, Luftwaffe, Dornier Do 335, Flying Wing

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The only surviving Horten Ho 229 – “Hitler’s Stealth fighter” Horten Ho 229, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Military Jets, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Luftwaffe, Flying Wing, Stealth Bomber

Un planeador y el Horten Ho 229 V3, que estaba en el montaje final, fueron recuperados y enviados a Northrop Corporation en los Estados Unidos para su evaluación.