S A L M A N Karachi

Part-4
There are cars, and then there are cars. Thanks to an invitation from our friends at Tudor Watch Company, we got the rare chance to see the private collection of a true connoisseur. Bruce Meyer has been collecting cars since 1964. He’s the type of car lover that doesn’t just look for nice examples of some absolute classics, but rather one who looks to own important cars – cars that placed at LeMans, that belonged to Hollywood legends, that mean something.
Meyer’s collection resides in several places all over California, including his Los Angeles home, as well as within the Peterson Automotive Museum, which he helped form. But, the collection we got to see, and the one you’ll see here, sits inside a hidden garage that remains unmarked and absolutely hidden within the streets of Beverly Hills. You will not find its address anywhere, but it is just a few yards off of the entrance of Rodeo Drive. Here is a quick look at what you’ll find inside Bruce Meyer’s personal garage.

Believe me, you’ll be impressed, but that’s only if you consider the very first production Shelby Cobra impressive. Or the 1979 Kremer Porsche 935 that placed first at LeMans. Or the 1957 Testa Rossa California Ferrari dealer Charles Von Neumann had upgraded from a 2.5L to a 3.0L engine with the blessing of Enzo, that would go on to be one of the most successful privately held race cars in the world, and eventually end up in the collection of Moroccan drug lord Charles Zwolsman, Sr., before Meyer purchased it out of a government auction after a decades-long search. Or Briggs Cunningham’s 1960s LeMans Corvette. Or the 1961 250 GT SWB that won Monza, LeMans, and came in second at Spa. Yeah, he’s got some stuff.

Part-3
There are cars, and then there are cars. Thanks to an invitation from our friends at Tudor Watch Company, we got the rare chance to see the private collection of a true connoisseur. Bruce Meyer has been collecting cars since 1964. He’s the type of car lover that doesn’t just look for nice examples of some absolute classics, but rather one who looks to own important cars – cars that placed at LeMans, that belonged to Hollywood legends, that mean something.
Meyer’s collection resides in several places all over California, including his Los Angeles home, as well as within the Peterson Automotive Museum, which he helped form. But, the collection we got to see, and the one you’ll see here, sits inside a hidden garage that remains unmarked and absolutely hidden within the streets of Beverly Hills. You will not find its address anywhere, but it is just a few yards off of the entrance of Rodeo Drive. Here is a quick look at what you’ll find inside Bruce Meyer’s personal garage.

Believe me, you’ll be impressed, but that’s only if you consider the very first production Shelby Cobra impressive. Or the 1979 Kremer Porsche 935 that placed first at LeMans. Or the 1957 Testa Rossa California Ferrari dealer Charles Von Neumann had upgraded from a 2.5L to a 3.0L engine with the blessing of Enzo, that would go on to be one of the most successful privately held race cars in the world, and eventually end up in the collection of Moroccan drug lord Charles Zwolsman, Sr., before Meyer purchased it out of a government auction after a decades-long search. Or Briggs Cunningham’s 1960s LeMans Corvette. Or the 1961 250 GT SWB that won Monza, LeMans, and came in second at Spa. Yeah, he’s got some stuff.

Part-2
There are cars, and then there are cars. Thanks to an invitation from our friends at Tudor Watch Company, we got the rare chance to see the private collection of a true connoisseur. Bruce Meyer has been collecting cars since 1964. He’s the type of car lover that doesn’t just look for nice examples of some absolute classics, but rather one who looks to own important cars – cars that placed at LeMans, that belonged to Hollywood legends, that mean something.
Meyer’s collection resides in several places all over California, including his Los Angeles home, as well as within the Peterson Automotive Museum, which he helped form. But, the collection we got to see, and the one you’ll see here, sits inside a hidden garage that remains unmarked and absolutely hidden within the streets of Beverly Hills. You will not find its address anywhere, but it is just a few yards off of the entrance of Rodeo Drive. Here is a quick look at what you’ll find inside Bruce Meyer’s personal garage.

Believe me, you’ll be impressed, but that’s only if you consider the very first production Shelby Cobra impressive. Or the 1979 Kremer Porsche 935 that placed first at LeMans. Or the 1957 Testa Rossa California Ferrari dealer Charles Von Neumann had upgraded from a 2.5L to a 3.0L engine with the blessing of Enzo, that would go on to be one of the most successful privately held race cars in the world, and eventually end up in the collection of Moroccan drug lord Charles Zwolsman, Sr., before Meyer purchased it out of a government auction after a decades-long search. Or Briggs Cunningham’s 1960s LeMans Corvette. Or the 1961 250 GT SWB that won Monza, LeMans, and came in second at Spa. Yeah, he’s got some stuff.

Part1-
There are cars, and then there are cars. Thanks to an invitation from our friends at Tudor Watch Company, we got the rare chance to see the private collection of a true connoisseur. Bruce Meyer has been collecting cars since 1964. He’s the type of car lover that doesn’t just look for nice examples of some absolute classics, but rather one who looks to own important cars – cars that placed at LeMans, that belonged to Hollywood legends, that mean something.
Meyer’s collection resides in several places all over California, including his Los Angeles home, as well as within the Peterson Automotive Museum, which he helped form. But, the collection we got to see, and the one you’ll see here, sits inside a hidden garage that remains unmarked and absolutely hidden within the streets of Beverly Hills. You will not find its address anywhere, but it is just a few yards off of the entrance of Rodeo Drive. Here is a quick look at what you’ll find inside Bruce Meyer’s personal garage.

Believe me, you’ll be impressed, but that’s only if you consider the very first production Shelby Cobra impressive. Or the 1979 Kremer Porsche 935 that placed first at LeMans. Or the 1957 Testa Rossa California Ferrari dealer Charles Von Neumann had upgraded from a 2.5L to a 3.0L engine with the blessing of Enzo, that would go on to be one of the most successful privately held race cars in the world, and eventually end up in the collection of Moroccan drug lord Charles Zwolsman, Sr., before Meyer purchased it out of a government auction after a decades-long search. Or Briggs Cunningham’s 1960s LeMans Corvette. Or the 1961 250 GT SWB that won Monza, LeMans, and came in second at Spa. Yeah, he’s got some stuff.

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chai-lips:

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This amazing capture is awesome.

chai-lips:

🐑🐮🌿🌾🌱

This amazing capture is awesome.

thats me, n i always doo :P

thats me, n i always doo :P

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my friends Gif at uni’s Computer Lab…

my friends Gif at uni’s Computer Lab…

awkwardsituationist:

by pairing skate lessons and boards with education initiatives, skateistan — a non profit organization that works with the support of local afghan communities — is using skateboarding as a tool of empowerment for more than four hundred afghan kids, many of whom live on the streets.  

more than 40 percent of skateistan’s students are female. though girls are banned from riding bikes in afghanistan, skateboarding is novel and remains permissible, and has now become the most popular sport for females in the country. 

photos from skateistan’s facebook and instagram (see also: skating in uganda)

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luxpire:

Detailed Stencil Street Art by Jana & JS

luxpire:

Detailed Stencil Street Art by Jana & JS

White Beautiful Horse, Somewhere in Pakistan

White Beautiful Horse, Somewhere in Pakistan

i want them now :(

i want them now :(

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If you do dhikr you won’t get stressed, If your getting stressed your not doing enough dhikr.
Shaykh Hamza Yusuf (via theconsciousmuslim)

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good colection

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Failure is the chance to do better next time.
true said,

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