The auction silly season is fast approaching and thousands of the world’s most expensive and most desirable vehicles are heading for Scottsdale Arizona to be auctioned in mid-January.
If you’re a petrolhead with seven figures of disposable cash, there's almost no itch that cannot be scratched.
The vehicle is powered by a 4.0 liter TRD supercharged V6 engine producing 380 hp, but it is the modifications to the vehicle which are the most interesting and the truly priceless part of the package, as they were designed to work in the most inhospitable climate imaginable.
Roald Amundsen wrote about the first pioneering expedition in his book : "I may say that this is the greatest factor – the way in which the expedition is equipped – the way in which every difficulty is foreseen, and precautions taken for meeting or avoiding it.
Setting off from Patriot Hills on Sunday 18 December 2011, the team arrived at their destination one day, 15 hours and 54 minutes later having covered a distance of 1,114 km (692 miles) at an average speed of 27.9 km/h (17.34 mph).
In 1911, it took Roald Amundsen's expedition two full months to complete the journey.
I've included four strategies for surviving whiners among us. So many of us fail to make that distinction and we start problem solving all over the other person. In that case avoidance probably has its limitations, so there you want to try to practice having the boss not push your buttons.
This doesn't work in a relationship, get the message guys, or at work. In researching this topic I came across a great word, one-downmanship.
A tri-fold tonneau cover and LED running lights are available, along with four different wheel designs ranging in size from 16 in. An acoustic windshield, floor silencer pad, and a sound-absorbing headliner aim to reduce interior noise.One hundred years later, it took less than two days.The 2010 Toyota Tacoma Polar Expedition as it will be auctioned is decked out in a NATO Green vinyl wrap over a Graphite interior with 14,281 miles on the odometer.How to Train Your Dragon: Surviving Constant Complainers There is nothing that turns a job from a headache into a nightmare quite like a chronic complainer. According to a recent study 70% of us work with someone who is always griping.And after personally responding to over 50,000 emails, I've heard 'em all: bosses who have really bad body odor, fluorescent lights and workers who keep being told to take risks and make mistakes but then are punished whenever they do.If you would like us to attend any of your events, we would be happy to share our story. Who knows..might be getting a wedding invitation later this year...