Mitsubishi Cordia Japanese TV commercial - 1981
Jacqueline Hekneby in a Japanese TV commercial for Mitsubishi Cordia from
1981 while working 2 months in Tokyo, age 20. It took 18 hours to shoot,
starting 6am. Not a word of English was spoken between us. The outfit,
including the boots was designed and made to measure, and I had to go on a
months Kick Boxing course with tiny Japanese guys to prepare, not that it
helped after hours of high kicks... I was Exhausted! The gun was actually loaded in the
first shot and I blow up the set in the back ground by accident, leaving me
(and "James Bond") in total shock. They had to rebuild the set so didn´t
V8 Mitsubishi Cordia
A walkaround Steve Murphy's Hillclimb Monster V8 Cordia on show at the WRC
event at Hampton Downs 2010
Cordia Turbo Sounds & Explanation
Clarifying Cordia Specs & also mentioning about gossip in the cordia
community and how they should know what a real cordia turbo sounds like.
I will show you8 how it sounds like and some specs of my engine and what
Turbo Hotness Mitsubishi Cordia Turbo GT
I remember when I got my license I wanted one of these things! I think it
was because of seeing it in a Jackie Chan movie or something. It was a
unique car that just didn't get much love in the sales area.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitsubishi_Super_Shift_transmission ] was the
name of the gear system I was talking about in the video. [
2013 Mercedes Arocs TEST DRIVE OFF ROAD
The 4151 8x8/4 was chosen for the test drive on the so-called extreme
circuit. In keeping with the established Mercedes-Benz nomenclature, this
41-tonner with four axles, all driven, two of which -- the front ones, of
course -- are steered. The engine is rated at 375 kW (510 hp), as is also
indicated in the model designation. The engine in question is the
top-of-the-range 12.8 l six-cylinder in-line engine from Mercedes-Benz,
which delivers its full output at 1800 rpm and summons up maximum tractive
power of 2500 Nm at 1100 rpm.
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