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Latest drawing: Our monster's driving a Brütsch Mopetta , which I first saw in this picture in Object's Top 20 Bubble Car list. What a lovely little car, what a fine little pipe chappie. Gosh, it makes a good wind-up toy noise, too:

Vespa...holy hell I want one!!!

The Vespa has evolved from a single model motor scooter manufactured in 1946 by Piaggio & Co. of Pontedera, Italy to a full line o.

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Photoshop transformation, Moilers Cars, van on a 1959 Panhard Dyna Z

Restored 1932 Martin Aerodynamic....still an odd looking car....

Strange Old Classic Cars ~ 1928 Martin Aerodynamic ~ First of many designs to help airflow.

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“Two men riding in the three wheeled German made Messerschmidt, 1954 Photo by Ralph Crane ”

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caricatures of celebrities are often found in magazines, bring a smile on your faces we have compiled 35 Awesome & Funny Examples of “Celebrity Caricature Art”

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One-off Martin Stationette to make appearance at Keeneland

1950 Martin Stationette -- One-off Martin Stationette to make appearance at Keeneland Concours : Hemmings Motor News

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Ретрофутуризм. Retrofuturism - The Schloerwagen or “Pillbug” car, 1936

Karl Schlör and his invention, the incredibly aerodynamic 1939 Schlörwagen Pillbug. The car achieved an impressive drag coefficient (Cd) of unbelievably low even for today. Due to the start of WWII this car was not produced, and the only one made

Dymaxion:  In 1933, the Dymaxion car was meant to be the crown jewel in wacky designer Buckminster Fuller’s catalog of inventions. The oddly-shaped vehicle featured three wheels (two in front, one in back).

1933 Dymaxion The Dymaxion car was designed by Buckminster Fuller in the early Its name was a composite of the words dynamic maximum and ion. The three-wheeled Dymaxion Car had rear steering and front-wheel drive powered by a Ford engine.