Drop from the shores of Lake Glenville through a lush, green forest into a steep-walled gorge, catching views of High Falls as it tumbles in a double-tiered waterfall. High Falls, on the Little River in Transylvania County, is a 125 ft waterfall located in the DuPont State Forest, in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Height:125′
A Gorgeous 1965 Ford Mustang Pro Touring Convertible
65 Shelby Mustang convertible GT350R supercharged + AC Professional No-Expense-Spared Restoration of this Legendary Muscle Car the 65 Mustang GT350 Professionally built Ford 289cid V8 with Paxton Supercharger @ 350hp! HD automatic transmission w/ GearVendors 6 speed overdrive unit ( so cool for hi speed cruising ) HD Ford 9 rear differential with Traction-lok Mirror finish Rangoon Red paint with White stripes & GT350 callouts New Black Pony bucket seat interior with full factory console and shifter New black power convertible top with glass rear window & matching boot Restored dash with full array of factory gauges including 140mph speedo + 9K RPM Tach Upgraded Retrosound AM/FM/USB/IPOD Stereo Ice-cold modern heat and Air-Conditioning A/C Upgraded power rack & pinion steering SSBC 4 wheel power disc brakes Upgraded suspension with tubular control arms & gas shocks 15 Shelby alloys with Goodyear high-speed radials Great sounding ceramic coated headers with Flowmaster dual exhaust Pro-built 289cid V8 Paxton Supercharger new Pony interior and the top goes down too! Professionally restored and reproduced to show or just take for a drive.
This Chevrolet Camaro is an original SS396 convertible with the 325 horsepower L35 engine. Produced in low numbers this is one of the more collectible high performance versions of the 1969 model year with under 7K examples made. The nicely detailed numbers-matching big-block engine puts the power to the pavement via a numbers-matching Turbo Hydramatic 3-speed automatic transmission as well as a factory 12-bolt rear axle. Authenticated by renown Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish, this Chevrolet muscle car has been certified to be a correct example with its original trim tag in place. Finished in Rally Green with black SS hockey stripes, this drop-top has all the great looks to go along with all of the performance. The black power top goes down to reveal front bucket seats and an interior in deluxe black houndstooth upholstery. This Camaro Super Sport Convertible is in great physical as well as mechanical shape and is ready for immediate use this summer!!
Stock Number: HC2177 VIN: 124679N644603 Miles: 65,211 miles showing on the odometer (this vehicle will be sold as mileage EXEMPT) Engine: Numbers Matching 396 CI V8 with 325 Horsepower Engine Block Number: 3955272 Engine Casting Date: D289 (April 28, 1969) Engine Stamp Pad: 0605JG (6th day of May, 396 CI with Automatic Trans.) Transmission: M40 Turbo 400 3-speed automatic (CC69) Trim Tag Info: Build date 05C (3rd week of May, Norwood, Ohio), Paint Code 79 (Rally Green), Trim Code 712 (Black & White Deluxe Hounds tooth), X66 (SS396 Trim), 12467 (V8 Convertible), Equipment: Power Top, SS Hockey Stripe, Bucket Seats, Black and White Houndstooth Interior, Center Console with Horseshoe Shifter, AM/FM Radio, Power Front Disc Brakes, Full Size Spare Tire Items Included with the Car: Keys, Camaro Hi-Performance Certificate of Authenticity.
Sting Ray is Silver Blue with a white convertible top (comes with a matching Silver Blue Hard Top as well) with Black leather interior and black carpet. The engine is L76-327/340HP with 4-speed. The car runs great with tons of power and cruises straight and smooth. A show quality car that is a strong driver.
A spectacular 1959 Corvette Convertible. Tuxedo Black exterior with a White Cove, Black interior and Black Soft top. Nice body with great cosmetics and chrome. Under the hood is a correctly dressed N.O.M 327ci engine with a correct T-10 Manual 4-speed transmission.. Good running and driving car you can get in and drive anywhere. The Black interior is in good condition and features all the correct gauges, door panels, carpet, seats and wonder bar radio. Everything works like it should on this car ie: high and low beans, turn signals, brake lights, gauges, heater, etc…Would make a great car for weekend cruises and local corvette gatherings and is a rare combo color. Click Here For Purchasing Details Price:US $62,500.00 or Make Offer
Caravaggio (1571-1610) painted two versions of the Head of Medusa. The first in 1596 and the other presumably in 1597/8. The first version also known as Murtula, due to the poet who wrote about it (48×55 cm) is signed Michel A F, (Michel Angelo Fecit) and was found on the painter’s studio only after his dead. Nowadays it belongs to a private collection whilst the second version, slightly bigger (60 x 55 cm) is not signed and it is in the Uffizi Gallery, in Florence. The “Head of Medusa” executed by Caravaggio, in 1598, was commissioned as a cerimonial shield by Cardinal Francesco Maria Del Monte, the Medici family’s agent in Rome, after seeing, on the painters studio, the first version – The Metula painting. The purpose of this commissioned was to symbolize the Grand Duke of Tuscany’s courage in defeating his enemies. For its subject matter, Caravaggio drew on the Greek myth of Medusa, a woman with snakes for hair who turned people to stone by looking at them. Medusa was a Gorgon monster, a terrifying female creature from the Greek Mythology. While descriptions of Gorgons vary across Greek literature, the term commonly refers to any of three sisters who had hair of living, venomous snakes, and a horrifying visage that turned those who beheld it to stone. Traditionally, while two of the Gorgons were immortal, Stheno and Euryale , their sister Medusa was not, and was slain by the mythical hero Perseus, the legendary founder of Mycenae and of the Perseid dynasty. According to the story, she was killed by Perseus, who avoided direct eye contact by using a mirrored shield. After Medusa’s death, her decapitated head continued to petrify those that looked at it. Caravaggio plays with this concept by modeling himself for Medusa’s face – making him the only one who is safe from Medusa’s dedly gaze – and having to look at his reflection to paint the shield in the same way that Medusa caught her own image moments before being killed. Although Caravaggio depicts Medusa’s severed head, she remains conscious. He heightens this combination of life and death through Medusa’s intense expression. Her wide-open mouth exudes a silent but dramatic scream and her shocked eyes and furrowed brow all suggest a sense of disbelief, as if she thought herself to be invincible until the moment. But Caravaggio’s Medusa does not have the full effect of scaring the viewer, since she does not look at us, thereby transferring the power of the gaze to the viewer and emphasizing her demise. Caravaggio displays huge technical achievements in this work by making a convex surface look concave and Medusa’s head appear to project outward.
The Doctor and Jo visit the Master in his high-security prison on an island off the south coast of England and hear from the governor, Colonel Trenchard, that ships have been mysteriously disappearing at sea.
Investigating, the Doctor learns from Captain Hart, commander of a nearby Naval base, that the sinkings have centered around an abandoned sea fort. He and Jo then visit the fort and are attacked by what one of the men there terms a Sea Devil – an amphibious breed of the prehistoric creatures encountered by the Doctor shortly after his exile to Earth.
The Master, aided by a misguided Trenchard, is stealing equipment from the Naval base in order to build a machine to revive the Sea Devils from hibernation.
The Doctor takes a diving bell down to the Sea Devils’ underwater base to try to encourage peace. His efforts are frustrated by a depth charge attack ordered by a pompous politician, Walker, but in the confusion he manages to free a captured submarine and escape back to the surface.
The Sea Devils then capture the Naval base, and the Master has the Doctor taken back to their control center, where he forces him to help finish the machine. The Doctor sabotages the machine and the two Time Lords escape together just as the base is destroyed in an explosion.
The Doctor and Jo head for the sea fort to investigate further. Once there, their boat is destroyed, trapping them inside. They hear the shuffling gait and rasping breath of something approaching them down a corridor.
The Doctor returns to the prison to see the Master and walks into his trap. The two Time Lords fight with swords. The Doctor seems to gain the upper hand but, when he turns his back, the Master pulls a knife and throws it straight at him.
With Jo’s help, the Doctor escapes from the Master’s prison. The two head for the beach, where they find themselves caught between a squad of castle guards, a minefield and a Sea Devil that the Master has summoned from the sea.
The Doctor determines to descend in a diving bell to try to make contact with the reptiles. Jo watches anxiously as the bell is lowered. After a short time contact is lost and it is hauled back up again. Jo looks inside and sees to her horror that the Doctor has gone.
The Master leads an attack by the Sea Devils on the naval base. The Doctor and Jo, on their way with Captain Hart to try to make contact with the reptiles once more, find themselves facing the creatures on the base.
With the Sea Devil base destroyed, the Master contrives to escape in a hovercraft.
A Spectacular 1934 Ford Three Window ‘glass bodied custom coupe shows less than 300 miles on the build. It was put together several years ago and has been used very little. She is looking for a new home. This one has a 350 4bbl. V8 paired with 700R4 Automatic Overdrive transmission w Lokar Shifter, air conditioning, power windows, power front disc brakes, tilt steering, power rack & pinion steering, & a Kenwood stereo CD. It rides on 17-Inch Eagle Alloy wheels wrapped fitted with 225/55R17s. This car is located near Emory, Texas.
1961 Corvette C 1 numbers matching C4 drive /lt1 resto mod. Paul Newman design frame, suspension, engine and transmission installation. No expense spared drive to the show quality.
C4 LT1 engine, suspension, transmission and rear end Sanderson cast iron ceramic coated headers Reworked computer by Tec 12 All gauges and clock done by Gauges by Roger Reproduction leather seats Al knock Be Cool radiator Flaming River stainless steel steering column Reduced size leather steering wheel Am Fm Mp3 Wonderbar reproduction stereo Eva six 4000 series brakes with temperature dots Adjustable brake proportional valve Powder coated frame All stainless steel exhaust and brake and gas lines Show chrome alternator, a/c compressor, bullet serpentine system Vintage A/C New electric windows