The car itself is an AA63 Carina with an almost stock 4AGE in it, nothing fancy at all. However, as you can see all stickers are on the inside of the enginebay and not on the outside of the car, like for instance on the fender as it is done a lot nowadays. Must probably be the influence of examples taken from movies like The Fast and The Furious…
This car profile is of an owner who at least owns the car since the early 90s and these stickers look like they are from that era as well. Look at the Option sticker: it’s from before they started doing videos as well! So I assume this is really oldskool sticker tuning!
Always wanted to know how many times The Final Countdown has been covered??
Well I didn’t want to know but thanks to a great colleague of mine I now now. So of course I have to pass on this valuable information!
I must say that the version by the Toy Dolls is far out the best! Furillo is a good runner up and DJ Taka made a nice Eurobeat version which is definetly worth checking out!
Edit: I found this vid a bit later:
I find it amazing people actually place these kind of videos of themselves on Youtube. It takes a lot of bravery and confidence to do that. Amazing what this guy (Netcasty) can cover! And this guy isn’t half bad: he gets maximum scores at about each attempt.
I’m using OpenX (used to be called OpenAds in the past) for months now and just upgraded to the lastest version (OpenX 2.6).
One of the new features is Single Page Call which can improve page load times enormous!
As you can see I use two banners on my blog: a 120×240 in the right sidebar and a 468×15 underneath every first item on each page. This means in the past two invocations should be done to show both ads, one for each ad. Apart from that the loading is done inline: this means the browser will load the banner only at the moment it will reach the point where the banner needs to be on the page and stop rendering the page untill it has loaded everything.
There is only one problem in the setup I use: I use OpenX to manage my Google Analytics ads. So for example: I use a Google Adsense ad under every first item. The OpenX code will be preloaded, but not the Adsense code! This means I will only speed up OpenX and not Google Adsense. Lucky enough that only applies to the 468×15 banner because the 120×240 is my own handiwork.