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What happens when an ancient evil is about to awaken, and the fate of existence rests in the balance of a sibling rivalry? Total chaos! Join Ren and Ken Zenkaki. Twin brothers who are entering their first year of highschool as they make new friends, and enemies. However, they soon learn more about themselves when an ancient evil is being said to arise from a prison. What will happen with Ren and Ken on their adventures? Read to find out!

1963-78 Triumph 2000/2500: A True Vanguard Better Than Standard - Shannons Club

The second series of the Triumph 2000 Mk I MD, one of the most collectible Triumph sedans worldwide with less than 50 built. Unique to Australia, this end of se...

Cardfight!! Vanguard by TakayamaToshiaki on deviantART

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The 1950 Standard Vanguard Estate. | The rear end of the qui… | Flickr

The rear end of the quite rare Standard Vanguard estate which shared it's rear doors and overall shape with the 2 door panel van.

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The last battleship built for the British Royal Navy, HMS Vanguard was laid down on 2 October 1941, launched on 30 November 1944 and commissioned on 12 May 1946. Designed to take advantage of 15-inch gun turrets available, Vanguard was anticipated to be in service faster than the Lion-class battleships then under construction. The Lion-class would take longer to complete, due to the complexity of their triple 16-inch turrets.

The last battleship built for the British Royal Navy, HMS Vanguard was laid down on 2 October 1941, launched on 30 November 1944 and commissioned on 12 May 1946. Designed to take advantage of 15-inch gun turrets available, Vanguard was anticipated to be in service faster than the Lion-class battleships then under construction. The Lion-class would take longer to complete, due to the complexity of their triple 16-inch turrets.