Happy April Fools Day! To sum it up, it can be said that the funeral for fast whips is nearing. If Bob Lutz no longer has faith in speed, neither do we. Update: this was written on April 1st, 2013. BVM PNP L-39 Engine Inlet Duct Clarification. L-39 PNP Jet-Foam Cradle. Bob Violett Models is pleased to announce that an International group of. Robert Anthony Lutz, arguably one of the greatest names in the automotive industry, has elected to take his life in a different direction. At the experienced age of 81, he realizes that saving the world for future generations of automotive enthusiasts is a great concern. A legend in the motor industry, Bob is running me through the emergency procedures for his ex-communist-bloc Aero L-39 Albatros fighter jet. After a dinner party hosted by Al Gore, Lutz now finds himself aligned with the former presidential candidate when it comes to global warming. He states that I no longer find performance cars a concern. Maximum-ism implies excess, and thats not what Im about anymore. Call me Minimum Bob. Im all about conservation from here on out. We saw this coming. How? Back in 2008, Lutz was quot;d as saying the electrification of the automobile is inevitable. Der erfahrene Jet-Pilot Robert Blatt absolvierte 2003 bei der besten. Kunstflugstaffel Russlands in Vjasma ein intensives mehrwöchiges Training auf der L-39. Robert Anthony Bob Lutz (born February 12, 1932) is a Swiss American automotive executive. Among other aircraft, he owns and pilots an Aero L-39. Albatros (an advanced Czechoslovakian jet fighter trainer) and an MD-500 helicopter. He has also abandoned his traditional Republican Party affiliations to associate himself with the ultra-left Green Party. Maximum Bob has long been my nickname for whatever reason, and its now time for a change. By Alex Sizeland; Apr 1, 2013. Bob Lutz in front of L-39. Maximum Bob has long been my nickname for whatever reason, and it s now time for a change. Bob Lutz was enjoying retirement like all the 78-year-olds out there, flying. For the record, the man owns and operates an Aero L-39 Albatros. In fact, I believe that conservation of fossil fuels is more-so a priority at this time. Lutz has apparently motioned to melt down his prized L-39 fighter jet as a gesture to recycle metal and preserve the environment.