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Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States

Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Brand:Rigid Industries Manufacturer Part Number:20121BLK UPC:849774007941

College Exhibition: Umea Institute of Design Degree Show 2004

Wed, 11 Aug 2004

Students at Sweden's Ume? University Institute of Design presented their work in the annual Degree Show in June, which included work from the Masters programmes in Transportation Design, Advanced Product Design, and Interaction Design along with the final thesis projects from the Bachelor level graduates. Go to Photo Gallery250 photos The degree students from the three year bachelor programme showed their 10 week final degree projects in Industrial Design, and the two year Masters Programmes presented their 20 week final degree works.

Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Concept: first official pictures

Fri, 05 Jan 2007

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 05 January 2007 12:10 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible: the lowdown GM will slide the covers off this Chevy Camaro Convertible at the Detroit Motor Show at the weekend - and this is one concept that'll definitely go into production. Last year's Camaro coupe has already been given the nod for sales in two years' time, and this soft-top will join the stable later in 2009. The size is identical to the coupe, but the - bright chromed - windscreen mounting is slightly different to accommodate the hood.

'Snake & Mongoose' movie review

Fri, 06 Sep 2013

There's another great motorsports rivalry being celebrated cinematically this month -- while "Rush" grabs all the global headlines, the drag racing biopic "Snake & Mongoose" has all the same elements that drove Lauda and Hunt -- minus the world stage. Hard to believe, but professional drag racing wasn't always a glamorous, high-budget affair with corporate hospitality suites and top drivers flying to races in private jets. "Snake & Mongoose" takes us back to an era when drivers needed that $500 win money to buy gas to get to the next race -- and held grudges against track owners who only paid $400.