Posts Tagged ‘History’

The history of Suzuki GT 750

Suzuki GT 750 was first introduced to the public at the 17th annual Tokyo Motor Show in October 1970. Within a year, was launched in Japan and has been known to be a sport bike-tour. This model was developed by the likes of the Suzuki T500 with the nickname of “the pot” in Britain and […]

A Brief History of the Suzuki GT125

The Suzuki GT125 debuted in 1974 and was released to the public as a “naked”. This Suzuki model looks similar to the provision that the GT185 model. Both models have common parts of both wheelbase and were smaller motor with the GT125 model. However, some parts used will be able to adapt to each model. […]

The history of Suzuki 125 T

Only two years after the original published Suzuki Suzuki T 125 Many changes have been made along the bike would give Suzuki T 125 Stinger 1969 finer fuel tank, the stability of the exhaust pipes, and a view that some advertisers might call a “Grand Prix.” The bike is a 124cc gave bike owners again […]

History of the Suzuki T250 Motorcycle

The original Suzuki T250 is an improved version of Suzuki T20. Many of the same elements that were used in the Suzuki T250, which could easily be used as spare and used for both the T20 and T10 Suzuki. This model Suzuki was very competitive on the market and the road when it was first […]

The history of the Suzuki AH 50 Scooter

Launched in 1992, the Suzuki AH50 scooter was designed in Europe as a fun little bike. At just 60 pounds, it was really the baby Suzuki AH series, which included both models 100 and 125 cc. As its name clearly states, the AH 50 was powered by a small 49cc engine. Another in a line […]

The history of inflatable rubber boats – From high performance inflated skins

The first use of modern inflatable boats began in mid-1800, but the history of inflatable boats goes back much further. In fact, indigenous tribes around the world have, in past centuries, sought to use animal skins and inflated bladders to keep them afloat in the water. These were more like the real boats rafts, but […]

Boat and History of Ship Construction – The real story revealed

Shipbuilding and shipbuilding can be traced far back that no evidence of their existence even before the story began recording. Of course there is the process by which a ship or boat is under construction. This is the participation of a number of people and also a large square area for the construction of the […]

Transport of history and how it became possible to automatically send

The history of everything that makes a fascinating study because it provides students with knowledge like no other subject can. There is a story written about everything that happened in this world we live in, most of the most eminent scholars of his day. The story we can learn important lessons while traveling in another […]

The History Center of the automobile

The museum was opened July 6, 1974 and saw over 1.5 million visitors from the United States and 50 other over 40 other countries. The museum was born in Auburn Automobile Company (the former national headquarters of the Auburn Automobile Company), which was the manufacturing center of part of Auburn and cars of the bone […]

The history of American sailing ships

The history of sailing in Latin America is a thrill ride in American history, the famous explorer Christopher Columbus. La NiƱa, Pinta and Santa Maria are probably best known in the history of American ships. Columbus sailed these vessels in 1492 to try to discover a trade route across the Atlantic Ocean. He ends up […]

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