The designer of this unique vehicle, called "Lada RACER", says that its creation was based only on the details of VAZ-2106 and VAZ-21081. But, as you can see, it looks very different and according its creator it can drive really fast even with the
original engine. And the most interesting thing is that you can simply buy it for about $26 000. See also: Lada Diablo Ghost Rider Lada Tuning Some Russian tuning. ZAZ Invalidka SZD. Some history and tuning. Snow Tuning
Dmitri Nickolaevich Bal'termants was born in 1912, in Warsaw, Poland (the part of the Russian Empire at that time). In 1915, at the beginning of the revolution, his family moved in Moscow, where he have been living for the most part of his life. During the World War 2 he made his shots through all over the front in such places as Moscow, Stalingrad (Volgograd nowadays) or Leningrad (St.
Petersburg). Now the pictures of Bal'termants have become the world famous symbols of the War. See also: The Battle in Volkhovsky Forest On-ground Torpedo Russian Tanks Russian Snipers from WW2 Swings - 1944 Russian Fortications from World War 2 Astonishing Shot Back from 1942 Battle For Staliningrad Finnish Propaganda to Russian Soldiers During WW2
Probably "Matreshka" is the most famous Russian thing - it's a wooden doll that has another smaller doll inside which also carries smaller one and this can extend up to 30 smaller and smaller dolls until reaching the smallest tiny doll thingie. They are usually painted in accordance with Russian tradition,
like on the photo above. But these day design studio ArtLebedev.ru has expressed another view on Matreshkas - no using one of their products you can memorize the data measurement units. The biggest doll is called Terabyte and the smallest is... ugh, what's there, smaller than a byte?