EU Championships Landyachting 2015
Video shoot at the EU Championships Landyachting 2015 in Oostduinkerke , Belgium.
Rallye rim
A Rallye rim (or Rally wheel) is a term used in automotive design for optional race car inspired wheels. These wheels would have the appearance of the strong and lightweight wheels of a race car. Al...
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Hirohata Merc
The Hirohata Merc is a 1950s custom car, "the most famous custom of the classic era". Setting a style and an attitude, it had a "momentous effect" on custom car builders, appeared in several magazines...
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Bottom breather
A bottom breather is a front-engine automobile that takes in air from below the front fascia (nose) rather than through a conventional grille at the front of the vehicle. This styling can provide a mo...
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H-point
In vehicle design, automotive design and vehicle regulation, the H-point (or hip-point) is the theoretical, relative location of an occupant's hip: specifically the pivot point between the torso and...
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Deora (custom car)
The Deora is a 1965 Dodge A100 pickup truck that was heavily customized by Mike and Larry Alexander in Detroit for the 1967 Detroit Autorama. After winning many awards, including the highly-prestigiou...
Kammback
A Kammback is a car body style that derives from the research of the German aerodynamicist Wunibald Kamm in the 1930s. The design calls for a body with smooth contours that continues to a tail that is...
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Hidden headlamps
Hidden headlamps, also commonly known as pop-up headlamps, hideaway headlights or just headlights, are a form of automotive lighting and an automotive styling feature that conceals an automobile's hea...
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Opera window
Opera windows are small porthole sized side windows in the C-pillar of some cars. Typically offered in unison with a vinyl roof, they were a very common design feature of American automobiles during t...
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Sunroof
An automotive sunroof is a fixed or operable (venting or sliding) opening in an automobile roof which allows light and/or fresh air to enter the passenger compartment. Sunroofs may be manually operat...
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Hubcap
A hubcap, wheel cover or wheel trim is a decorative disk on an automobile wheel that covers at least a central portion of the wheel, called the hub. An automobile hubcap is used to cover the wheel hub...
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Streamliner
A streamliner is a vehicle incorporating streamlining in a shape providing reduced air resistance. The term is applied to high-speed railway trainsets of the 1930s to 1950s, and to their successor "bu...
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Econobox
An econobox is a United States pejorative slang term for any of a series of small, boxy, fuel-efficient economy cars with few luxuries and a low sticker price. Econobox mostly denotes a stripped out, ...
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Continental tire
A Continental tire is an upright, external, mounted spare tire behind an automobile's trunk compartment. The term also describes a non-functional bulge that is stamped into the trunk lid or a cosmetic...
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Rim (wheel)
The rim is the "outer edge of a wheel, holding the tire". It makes up the outer circular design of the wheel on which the inside edge of the tire is mounted on vehicles such as automobiles. For exampl...
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Kustom (cars)
Kustoms are modified cars from the 1930s to the early 1960s, done in the customizing styles of that time period. The usage of a "K" for "Kustom" rather than a "C", is believed to have originated with ...
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Spare tire
A spare tire or spare tyre (or stepney) is an additional tire (or tyre - see spelling differences) carried in a motor vehicle as a replacement for one that goes flat, a blowout, or other emergency. Sp...
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Hot rod
Hot rods are typically old, classic American cars with large engines modified for linear speed. The origin of the term "hot rod" is unclear. Roadsters were the cars of choice because they were light, ...
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Rat rod
A rat rod is a style of hot rod or custom car that, in most cases, imitates (or exaggerates) the early hot rods of the 1940s, 1950s, and early-1960s. The style is not to be confused with the somewhat ...
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Hood scoop
A bonnet/hood scoop, sometimes called bonnet airdam/air dam, or colloquially speed hole, is an upraised component on the hood of an automobile that either allows a flow of air to directly enter the en...
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Front engine dragster
The front engine dragster is a type of racing car purpose built for drag racing. Now considered obsolete in the 'big show' realm of cars, the "rail", "digger", or "slingshot" type dragster is now use...
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Cal looker
A Cal looker (California looker) is any aircooled Volkswagen (most often the Type 1) modified in fashion originating in Orange County, California in the late 1960s.
The Type 1 is popular with car ...
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Quarter glass
Quarter glass or quarter light on automobiles and closed carriages may be a side window in the front door or located on each side of the car just forward of the rear window of the vehicle. Only some c...
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Ponton (automobile)
Ponton or pontoon styling refers to a 1930s–1960s design genre—ultimately the precursor of modern automotive styling. The trend emerged as distinct running boards and fully articulated fenders became ...
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Spinner (wheel)
The spinner on automobile wheels historically refers to knock-off hubs or center caps. They may be the actual, or intended to simulate, the design used on antique vehicles or vintage sports cars. A "s...
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Swaging
Swaging (/ˈsweɪdʒ/, pronunciation note below) is a forging process in which the dimensions of an item are altered using dies into which the item is forced. Swaging is usually a cold working process; h...
Beatnik Bandit
The Beatnik Bandit is a custom car created in 1961 by "Big Daddy" Ed Roth, originally as a project for Rod & Custom magazine. A Hot Wheels car was made based on the Beatnik Bandit. The thing that...
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Racing stripe
Racing stripes, also called Le Mans stripes, were applied to racecars to help identify them in the field during races, and to help a driver realign a spun-out car with the track.
Racing stripes we...
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