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This is redneck ingenuity in its purist form. An old car frame, some tired iron, a few belts and pulleys and away we go. Builder/operator unknown. This was captured at the Santa Fe Trail Tired Iron Show west of Larned Ks. Oct 11, 2008 ***************** Permission has been granted to NBC Comcast Entertainment Group to use the video 'Redneck GoCart' on the SYFY channel on the "Insane or Inspired" series begining Friday May 25th, 2012. This video is supposed to appear in 'Motorized Moments' on June 22nd, 2012. Update: This did appear on SYFY's "Insane or Inspired" June 22nd, 2012. It came in as number 7 of the top 25 most outragous backyard creations. ******* Are you a Redneck fan? Check out: Redneck Can Crusher Also: Redneck Biplane
29. Januar 1886 An diesem Tag hat Carl Benz den Patent Motorwagen Nummer 1 Patentieren lassen welcher bis heute als erstes alltagstaugliches Automobil gilt. Dieser Motorwagen ist ein originalgetreuer Nachbau. Ein paar Fakten: Leistung: 0,90 PS/662 W bei 400/min Hubraum: 954 cm³ Gewicht: 265kg Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 16km/h Verbrauch ca.10l/100km January 29, 1886 On this day, Carl Benz patent motor car number 1 Patenting leave which is still regarded as the first automobile for everyday use. This motor car is an exact replica. A few facts: Power: 0.90 hp / 662 W at 400 / min Displacement: 954 cc Weight: 265kg Maximum speed: 16km / h Ca.10l consumption / 100km
Replica of Henry Fords first 1893 ' Kitchen Sink ' engine. Built by the students of Penn state, and being run at the Henry Ford Museum / Greenfield Village during the Old Car Festival 2014
Mary Bosveld, The Supergranny introduces Francis Ransley, Restorer Extraordinaire of "Veteran Machines" fully restored 1918Jelbart Tractor...The Supergranny makes a Video on the magnificently restored Jelbart "veteran machinery". She interviews Francis & presents it for your enjoyment.... http://TheSupergranny.net 1918 JELBART (No.6, 10 BHP) Jelbart Tractors were produced by Jelbart Brothers in Ballarat, Victoria between 1914 and 1926. They are powered by Jelbarts own 1 Cylinder, 2 Stroke engine with Hit and Miss governing, and running on crude oil. Jelbart tractors were very well made and innovative. The only part of the tractors not made by Jelbart was the Bosch Magneto. They made tractors from 10 BHP to 50 BHP capacities. This tractor was found on the rubbish tip at Perenjori, Western Australia, 400km north east, of Perth in the northern wheat belt by Rod Sprigg in 1968. The remains were taken to Perth, and despite 18 years of searching, Rod could not get parts to restore the tractor completely. In 1985 he sold the remains to Dale Connington from Winchelsea in Victoria, who had most of the parts needed to finish the tractor. The opportunity to bring one of these extremely rare iconic Australian tractors to Tasmania arose in September 2007, when Dale sold the tractor to Francis Ransley. Francis had the tractor fully restored and running within a few short months, by March 2008. The Number 6 rating of the tractor refers to the fact that it can do the work of 6 horses, while 10 BHP refers to the fact it has 10 belt horsepower capacity. The tractor runs on petrol, kerosene or crude oil. There are only three known No. 6 tractors that exist in Australia today. This is the only restored one . http://TheSupergranny.net
For more videos please take a look on my Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1195002147190724/ Beim traditionsreichen Traktorentreffen in Burkhardtsdorf ist seit einiger Zeit immer ein großer russischer Sternmotor aus einer Antonow dabei. Der wurde natürlich auch gefilmt. Da es am Morgen sehr kühl und feucht war, machte er einige Probleme beim starten aber dann lief er. Typisch für alte Sternmotoren ist die große Rauchentwicklung beim Start, da eine größere Ölmenge in die unteren Zylinder läuft, die dann verbrannt wird. Der Sound war wie immer ohrenbetäubend.
This is rare footage of the world's first car's engine igniting & running.
After developing a successful gas-powered two-stroke piston engine in 1873, Karl Benz focused on developing a motorized vehicle. His Patent Motorwagen (or Motor Car), introduced in 1886, is widely regarded as the first purpose-built automobile, that is a vehicle designed from the ground up to be motorized. Benz unveiled it officially on July 3, 1886 on the Ringstraße in Mannheim, Germany. The vehicle was patented with German patent number 37435, which Benz applied for on January 29, 1886.