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    alloy wheels
  • Alloy wheels (incorrectly known as rims) are automobile (car, motorcycle and truck) wheels which are made from an alloy of aluminium or magnesium (or sometimes a mixture of both). They are typically lighter for the same strength and provide better heat conduction and improved cosmetic appearance.

  • A generic term used to describe any non-steel road wheel. The most common alloy wheels are cast aluminum. Technically, an alloy is a mixture of two or more metals. These wheels are known for their light weight and strength.

  • (Alloy Wheel) Car wheels made of aluminium, rather than steel. Main advantages include lighter weight and attractive styling. Mostly chosen for style reasons.





    dublin
  • A county in the Republic of Ireland, in the province of Leinster; county town, Dublin

  • capital and largest city and major port of the Irish Republic

  • Dublin (formerly, Amador and Dougherty's Station) is a suburban city of the East (San Francisco) Bay region of Alameda County, California, United States.

  • The capital city of the Republic of Ireland, on the Irish Sea at the mouth of the Liffey River; pop. 477,700

  • Dublin (; locally or ) is the primate and capital city of Ireland. It is officially known in Irish as Baile Atha Cliath or Ath Cliath . The English name comes from the Irish Dubh Linn meaning "black pool".











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Dublin 2011 (99¢ Cities) - Travel guide & Irish phrasebook, history of Dublin, travel tips, and more


Dublin 2011 (99¢ Cities) - Travel guide & Irish phrasebook, history of Dublin, travel tips, and more



Dublin 2011 is one of a new series of travel guides for the Amazon Kindle, dedicated to providing you with top notch travel advice at an extremely reasonable price - welcome to 99? Cities!

These books are formatted like a magazine or blog instead of a regular book. That means that you can quickly jump to the table of contents no matter where you are, and you can quickly skip from section to section, perfect for a guidebook!

This guide includes travel topics such as dining, shopping, accommodations, and transportation, maps and pictures of the city, notes on staying safe and healthy, a full length Irish phrasebook, and more.

Dublin is an amazing city for walking, giving visitors ample opportunity to enjoy the art, architecture, people and pubs of Ireland's capital. Spend more time enjoying the city and less time fumbling through guidebooks with Dublin 2011.

Dublin 2011 is one of a new series of travel guides for the Amazon Kindle, dedicated to providing you with top notch travel advice at an extremely reasonable price - welcome to 99? Cities!

These books are formatted like a magazine or blog instead of a regular book. That means that you can quickly jump to the table of contents no matter where you are, and you can quickly skip from section to section, perfect for a guidebook!

This guide includes travel topics such as dining, shopping, accommodations, and transportation, maps and pictures of the city, notes on staying safe and healthy, a full length Irish phrasebook, and more.

Dublin is an amazing city for walking, giving visitors ample opportunity to enjoy the art, architecture, people and pubs of Ireland's capital. Spend more time enjoying the city and less time fumbling through guidebooks with Dublin 2011.










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Terenure, Co. Dublin - Ireland




Terenure, Co. Dublin - Ireland





1972 Bond Bug 700ES.

Three wheeled sports car of the 1970s. Following the purchase of the Bond Motor Company, Reliant commissioned Tom Karen of Ogle Design to design a fun car. It was a wedge-shaped microcar, with a lift-up canopy and side screens instead of conventional doors. The Bond Bug was based on the Reliant Regal chassis and running gear. The original concept was explored by chopping down a production Regal vehicle. This prototype could be seen, abandoned, in the yard at Tamworth, for many years later.

The engine was the front mounted 700 cc Reliant light-alloy four cylinder unit which protruded into the passenger cabin. At launch 29 bhp was claimed for the less expensive 700 and 700E models. The more up-market 700ES incorporated a redesigned cylinder head which permitted the compression ratio to be increased from 7.35:1 to a slightly less modest 8.4:1. This provided a power increase to 31 bhp as well as improved torque for the then range topping 700ES.

The Bond Bug 700ES also offered more supportive seats as well as more padding over the engine cowl, twin mudflaps, an ashtray, a rubber front bumper and a spare wheel.

The car enjoyed an upbeat launch, at which Reliant's Ray Wiggin stated: "The fact it has three wheels is quite incidental. It's a new form of transport. So now, in fact, we think it's going to appeal to a much wider section of the market than we originally envisaged."

The Bug was available in a bright orange tangerine colour, although six white Bugs were produced for a Rothmans cigarette promotion, one of which was also used in an advertisement for Cape fruit. Its fame was helped along by a distinctive Corgi Toys die-cast toy car. Although it had a fairly short production run (1970–1974), it has a fanatical following today, is much sought after by collectors, and has an active and enthusiastic club.
The eye catching wedge profile of a Bond Bug

In contrast to the stereotypical image of three-wheeled Reliants as being ridiculously slow, the Bond Bug was capable of some 78 mph (126 km/h). This compared favourably with a number of four wheeled sports cars of the same era. The car was, however, not cheap. At ?629 it cost more than a basic 850 cc Mini which was at the time ?620.











Raleigh Twenty




Raleigh Twenty





My Dublin built R20 prior to being rebuilt. This has been in the family from new and handed down through various cousins before coming to first my sister and then me. I rode it for years in the late 80s through to the mid 90s and it had been sitting neglected at the back of the garage until about a month ago.

I've replaced the (badly bent) BMX wheels I had on it for two original wheels I bought of ebay. The same lot also included two perfect mudguards which was what I really wanted. I had been intending to use alloy rims but I got these with perfect tyres and working three speed hub with the mudguards so may as well use them. I have the original wheels belonging to this bike but they are badly rusted. The date on the original hub is 1971.









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