Tallest Woman In Germany - Caroline Welz

Caroline Welz who was born in July 6, 1986 (21 years old) is 6 feet 9 inches (2.06 m tall) and the tallest woman in Germany (one of the tallest woman in the world). She does modelling and was even featured in the June 2006 of FHM UK.

Check out 8 more pics and 3 video clips of Caroline Welz, the tallest woman in Germany after the jump.

Source: Fulgerica

Shoe Automobiles

I guess you really have to love your shoes to model your car(s) after one. Well its lovely to find so many automobile shoe lovers in one place too.

Check out 14 more pics of shoe modelled automobiles after the jump.

Source: Spluch

Engadin Ski Marathon

The Engadin Ski Marathon is an annual event where more than 10,000 skiers take part in a ski marathon over the weekend in Switzerland. The 42.2 km race starts in Maloja and finishes in S-Chanf near the Swiss mountain resort of St Moritz. Norway’s Tor Arne Hetland took out the men’s race and Germany’s Katrin Zeller won the women’s event.

2 more pics of the Engadin ski marathon after the jump.

Source:Drugoi Livejournal

Mazda Taiki Concept Car

The Taiki (Japanese word for atmosphere) is the latest concept car from Mazda and will be debuted to the public at the upcoming annual Tokyo Motor Show at Chiba City that opens on October 27th. The Mazda Taiki looks great on the design and is equipped with a next generation RENESIS rotary engine under the hood.

2 more pics of the Mazda Taiki concept car after the jump.

Source: Auto Unleashed

Biggest Aircraft

Designed by World War I aviator Konstantin Kalinin with a wingspan greater than a B-52's and a much greater wing area, the K-7 was one of the biggest aircraft built before the jet age. It was only one engine short of the B-52 as well, having the curious arrangement of six pulling on the wing leading edge and one pushing at the rear.
The K-7's very brief first flight showed up instability and serious vibration caused by the airframe resonating with the engine frequency. The solution to this 'flutter' was thought to be to shorten and strengthen the tail booms, little being known then about the natural frequencies of structures and their response to vibration. On the 11th flight, during a speed test, the port tailboom vibrated, fractured, jammed the elevator and caused the giant aircraft to plough into the ground, killing 15.
Undaunted by this disaster, Kalinin's team began construction of two further K-7s in a new factory, but the vicissitudes of Stalin's Russia saw the project abandoned, and in 1938 the arrest and execution of Kalinin on trumped up espionage and sabotage charges. Source - Link

Tata Introduces Elegante Concept Sedan Car

The FlatMobile - World’s Lowest Street Legal Car

Officially in the Guinness World Record for lowest street legal car, the Flatmobile stands at just 19 inch or 48 cm tall. You can check the build progress of the FlatMoble at the FlatMobile website. The car is rear mounted with a 875cc engine for propulsion. Obviously inspired from Batmobile, Perry Watkins from England is the proud owner of the FlatMobile.

Check out 8 more pics and 1 more videos of the FlatMobile after the jump.
Source: FlatMobile UK

BatMobile And Motorcycle Display In Beverly

An exhibit display of the actual BatMobile and motorcycle used in The Dark Knight (coming to cinemas on 17th July and also known as Batman Begins 2) at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel earlier this month. People all around town made a pit stop to look at the real vehicles that the Dark Knight of Gotham used.

8 more pics of the BatMobile and motorcycle display at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel after the jump.

Source: Fun Lobby

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