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Power Wheels Fisher-Price Disney Princess Tot Rod
Your little princess can learn to drive herself in the Disney Princess Tot Rod! Battery-powered fun for the littlest drivers! Stage 1 parent-assist handle lets you control both power and steering. When your child is ready for Stage 2 independent driving fun, simply remove the handle. Tot-friendly design features activity dash with pretend turn signal and clicking key and knobs, push-button operation for easy stop and go, high-back bucket seat, wide door openings, and Disney Princess styling. Drives on hard surfaces and grass at a safe but exciting 2 mph (max.). Recommended for outdoor use only. Includes 6-volt battery and charger.
Facel Vega Facel II 02
Facel Vega Facel II.
The Facel Vega 'Facel II' was a French Grand Touring car produced between the years 1962 and 1964.
By 1962, the Paris-based Facel Vega company was facing bankruptcy and the Facel II (pronounced '2') was to be the company's last attempt to create a luxury GT car in the French tradition.
The Facel ll was highly exclusive and expensive. Its handsome design led to famous owners, including Pablo Picasso, Lionel Bart, John Bloom, Lord Brabourne, The Chrysler Corporation (and Mrs Carr, Walter Chrysler's daughter), Joan Collins, Tony Curtis, Christian Dior, Stanley Donen, Charlie Drake, Max Factor Jr, Joan Fontaine, Ava Gardner (who bought three), The Marchioness of Huntly (whose car had full-harness seat-belts), Herbert von Karajan, Danny Kaye, Louis Malle, The President of Mexico, Princess Grace of Monaco, Yves Montand, Hassan ll King of Morocco, Baroness Sally Oppenheim-Barnes, William S. Paley, Prince Poniatowski, Anthony Quinn, Debbie Reynolds, Frank Sinatra, Ringo Starr, The Marchioness of Tavistock, Francois Truffaut, Robert Wagner, Sir Mortimer Wheeler, The Shah of Persia and Sihanouk King-Father of Cambodia. Race drivers Sir Stirling Moss, Maurice Trintignant, Tony Vandervell and Rob Walker had Facels.
The Facel ll was powered by an American 6.3L (383 cu.in.) Chrysler 'Typhoon' engine which produced 355 hp (265 kW) in automatic-gearbox form and 390 hp (291 kW) in manual. The Facel company advertised it as Le Coupe 4-places le plus rapide du Monde. Using Chrysler's three-speed Torqueflite automatic gearbox, the 6.3 litre Facel ll could reach over 135 mph (225 km/h). With a French Pont a Mousson 4-speed manual gearbox the full-four-seater 6.3 litre Facel ll could attain over 150 mph (247 km/h) and out-accelerate its two-seater rivals, the Aston Martin DB4, Ferrari 250 GT and Mercedes-Benz 300SL to 60 mph (97 km/h) and all except the Ferrari to 100 mph (160 km/h). Dunlop disc brakes were fitted on all four wheels and power steering, leather seats and electric windows and radio aerial were standard. The later 'manuals' were fitted with the even more powerful 6.7L (413 cu.in.) Chrysler "RB" wedge engine.
Like its predecessor, the Facel Vega HK500, the Facel ll was heavier than its two-seater rivals, weighing 1,880 kilograms (4,100 lb) (37 cwt) 'dry' and almost two tons with four passengers and a full petrol tank. There was some question about its ride and rear suspension - it used suspension virtually unchanged from the previous HK500 - but certainly none about its speed or glamour.
England's 'Autocar' said of it, "To step down into a Facel ll and go motoring must be the ambition of many who can never fulfil it. Such an experience is reserved for the few who can afford to buy one and for their friends and acquaintances". For 'Motor', "There are faster sports cars, although very few, and there are more refined and luxurious saloons, but it is difficult to think of a more remarkable combination of these rather conflicting qualities ..... its unique combination of qualities left the most vivid impression on everyone who drove it. In particular one remembers the smoothness and silence, the effortless gate of a car which does 100 mph (160 km/h) at only 3,650 rpm. and the acceleration which leaves other fast cars far behind on every straight. One can enjoy the latest refinements of American brute force with European standards of control in an environment of British luxury and French elegance".
In 1964 the Facel company went into receivership, largely due to warranty claims against Facel Vega's smaller Facellia its troublesome engine. Facel ll production was discontinued with only 180 Facel lls ever built.
Jean Daninos, its creator and manufacturer, said of the Facel ll, "The HK 500 was the most interesting car we ever made but the Facel ll was by far the best. It was totally "elegant"'.
The Facel ll is now amongst the rarest and most sought-after of all 1960s Grand Tourers
KPL 79C - 1965 Vanden Plas Princess 4 Litre R - Sheerwood Green - Original Condition
Vanden Plas Princess 4-Litre R specification
Produced: Kingsbury, 1964-68. 6,555 cars built.
General layout: Pressed-steel unit-construction body-chassis structure, in 5-seater 4-door saloon body style. Front-mounted engine driving rear wheels.
Engine and transmission: Rolls-Royce FB60 engine, 6-cylinder, ioev, in-line. 3,909cc, 95.25 x 91.44mm, 175bhp at 4,800rpm; 218lb ft at 3,000rpm. Borg-Warner 3-speed automatic transmission; steering-column gear-change; live (beam) rear axle with hypoid-bevel final drive.
Chassis: Independent front suspension, coil springs, wishbones and anti-roll bar. Cam-type steering, with power assistance. Rear suspension by half-elliptic leaf springs. Front disc and rear drum brakes. 7.50-13in tyres.
Dimensions: Wheelbase 9ft 2in; front track 4ft 6.9in; rear track 4t 5.25in; length 15ft 8in; width 5ft 8.5in; height 4ft 11in. Unladen weight (approx) 3,530lb.
Typical performance: Maximum speed 106mph; 0-60 mph 12.7sec; standing1/4-mile 18.9sec; overall fuel consumption 15mpg.
Launch Price: ?1,994
Distinguishing features from previous models: Modified monocoque, with different front and rear styling, no rear fins and smoother roof-line, plus Rolls-Royce engine, compared with obsolete Mk II model.
Derivatives: None, although basic chassis and structure was itself derived from Austin A110 MkII/Wolseley 6/110 Mk II model.
Fate: Discontinued in 1968 and not replaced.
Trivia fact: Vanden Plas 4Litre R: The Rolls Royce 6 cylinder all alloy FB60 Overhead inlet sidevalve outlet engine was from the same family that produced the 4 for the Austin Champ and an 8 for the Alvis Stalwart amphibious vehicle. BMC Chairman, Sir Leonard Lord, ran a 4litre R as his chauffeured car in 1964. It was originally registered BMC 1 but he had the plates changed after he became tired of being harangued by BMC customers annoyed at the quality of the cars they had bought. A single 4 Litre Estate car was also built for HM The Queen.
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Wii gamers of all types have a new reason to get into the game - the Pro Pack Mini set, featuring the Mini Remote and MiniChuk controllers from Power A. The controllers provide the same functionality as the original Wii Remote and Nunchuk, including Wii MotionPlus compatibility, in a sleek, compact design. The ergonomic shape and contoured surfaces provide a comfortable grip and eliminate edge pressure points during extended play. Adults love the comfortable shape and feel - it just seems to disappear into your hand! Kids love it because it’s perfectly sized for smaller hands - the Mini Remote is 35 percent smaller than full-size remotes. Additional features include larger “A”, “1” and “2” buttons on the Mini Remote to enhance accuracy. The main control buttons on the Mini Remote and the analog stick on the MiniChuk are backlit for use in any environment - especially effective in darkened rooms. And a matching wrist strap ensures safety during play. The set includes 1 wireless Mini Remote, 1 MiniChuk with 3 ft/1m cord, and 1 Wrist Strap. Available in Purple and Black. Developed by Power A.
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