Over Flow
Faith, Baseball, Vintage anything.
Over Flow
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Scored some great vinyl today. Two OGs and two reissues
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keopipeurinseu:

The National // Fake Empire
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Been away, physically and mentally.
Been away, physically and mentally.
Been away, physically and mentally.
Been away, physically and mentally.
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Any neon lover has to go to the American Sign Museum in Cincy.
Any neon lover has to go to the American Sign Museum in Cincy.
Any neon lover has to go to the American Sign Museum in Cincy.
Any neon lover has to go to the American Sign Museum in Cincy.
Any neon lover has to go to the American Sign Museum in Cincy.
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specialcar:

Fiat 500C Topolino
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megadeluxe:

1954 Fiat Turbina. Via the Italian Ways.

From Italian Ways: The show-stopping Fiat Turbina turns sixty this year. The amazing concept car was presented in 1954, and showcased in Turin’s Automobile Museum in April of the same year. The project to design the first car propelled by a gas turbine in Europe had begun no less than six years earlier, in 1948. The incredible, aerodynamic vehicle weighs a tonne, and with a power of 300 hp could reach a top speed of 250 km/h.
megadeluxe:

1954 Fiat Turbina. Via the Italian Ways.

From Italian Ways: The show-stopping Fiat Turbina turns sixty this year. The amazing concept car was presented in 1954, and showcased in Turin’s Automobile Museum in April of the same year. The project to design the first car propelled by a gas turbine in Europe had begun no less than six years earlier, in 1948. The incredible, aerodynamic vehicle weighs a tonne, and with a power of 300 hp could reach a top speed of 250 km/h.
megadeluxe:

1954 Fiat Turbina. Via the Italian Ways.

From Italian Ways: The show-stopping Fiat Turbina turns sixty this year. The amazing concept car was presented in 1954, and showcased in Turin’s Automobile Museum in April of the same year. The project to design the first car propelled by a gas turbine in Europe had begun no less than six years earlier, in 1948. The incredible, aerodynamic vehicle weighs a tonne, and with a power of 300 hp could reach a top speed of 250 km/h.
megadeluxe:

1954 Fiat Turbina. Via the Italian Ways.

From Italian Ways: The show-stopping Fiat Turbina turns sixty this year. The amazing concept car was presented in 1954, and showcased in Turin’s Automobile Museum in April of the same year. The project to design the first car propelled by a gas turbine in Europe had begun no less than six years earlier, in 1948. The incredible, aerodynamic vehicle weighs a tonne, and with a power of 300 hp could reach a top speed of 250 km/h.
megadeluxe:

1954 Fiat Turbina. Via the Italian Ways.

From Italian Ways: The show-stopping Fiat Turbina turns sixty this year. The amazing concept car was presented in 1954, and showcased in Turin’s Automobile Museum in April of the same year. The project to design the first car propelled by a gas turbine in Europe had begun no less than six years earlier, in 1948. The incredible, aerodynamic vehicle weighs a tonne, and with a power of 300 hp could reach a top speed of 250 km/h.
megadeluxe:

1954 Fiat Turbina. Via the Italian Ways.

From Italian Ways: The show-stopping Fiat Turbina turns sixty this year. The amazing concept car was presented in 1954, and showcased in Turin’s Automobile Museum in April of the same year. The project to design the first car propelled by a gas turbine in Europe had begun no less than six years earlier, in 1948. The incredible, aerodynamic vehicle weighs a tonne, and with a power of 300 hp could reach a top speed of 250 km/h.
megadeluxe:

1954 Fiat Turbina. Via the Italian Ways.

From Italian Ways: The show-stopping Fiat Turbina turns sixty this year. The amazing concept car was presented in 1954, and showcased in Turin’s Automobile Museum in April of the same year. The project to design the first car propelled by a gas turbine in Europe had begun no less than six years earlier, in 1948. The incredible, aerodynamic vehicle weighs a tonne, and with a power of 300 hp could reach a top speed of 250 km/h.
megadeluxe:

1954 Fiat Turbina. Via the Italian Ways.

From Italian Ways: The show-stopping Fiat Turbina turns sixty this year. The amazing concept car was presented in 1954, and showcased in Turin’s Automobile Museum in April of the same year. The project to design the first car propelled by a gas turbine in Europe had begun no less than six years earlier, in 1948. The incredible, aerodynamic vehicle weighs a tonne, and with a power of 300 hp could reach a top speed of 250 km/h.
megadeluxe:

1954 Fiat Turbina. Via the Italian Ways.

From Italian Ways: The show-stopping Fiat Turbina turns sixty this year. The amazing concept car was presented in 1954, and showcased in Turin’s Automobile Museum in April of the same year. The project to design the first car propelled by a gas turbine in Europe had begun no less than six years earlier, in 1948. The incredible, aerodynamic vehicle weighs a tonne, and with a power of 300 hp could reach a top speed of 250 km/h.
megadeluxe:

1954 Fiat Turbina. Via the Italian Ways.

From Italian Ways: The show-stopping Fiat Turbina turns sixty this year. The amazing concept car was presented in 1954, and showcased in Turin’s Automobile Museum in April of the same year. The project to design the first car propelled by a gas turbine in Europe had begun no less than six years earlier, in 1948. The incredible, aerodynamic vehicle weighs a tonne, and with a power of 300 hp could reach a top speed of 250 km/h.
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klappersacks:

untitled by patrickjoust on Flickr.
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gashetka:

1939 | Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Berlinetta Aerodinamica by Touring | Source
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thepostermovement:

Vertigo by Laurent Durieux