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Nice Smart 2017 - Smart Car & Camper Combined To Create Super Efficient RV

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

1954 VW-Porsche Escher Kleinbahn Prototype

VW / Porsche engine A 1954 VW-Porsche Escher Kleinbahn Prototyp Prototyp in the in Hamburg. These Were Little trains built from 1954 to 1971 and were used in parks and botanical gardens. It pulled three cars which had space for 90 passengers.

Just because my hubby loves turtles

Get a Turtle Car funny picture from Cars. You can get dozens of other funny pictures from Cars. Here are some samples of funny words: turtle, car


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1961 Isetta 300 Pickup (Factory-Built)

You want a pickup? How about this 1961 Isetta 300 Pickup? Photo by RM Auctions.

Fiat 600 Multipla (1956–1966)

Micromobiles: 1955 Fiat 1956 Fiat 600 Multipla, 1960 Austin Saloon // classic and vintage car design

So dang cute!

1955 BMW Isetta, BMW Factory Museum, Munich, Germany, photograph by Dave Dell'Aquila.

The Smallest Car Ever Built - The "Peel" P50

The smallest car to ever go into mass production. Peel car manufactured Standard colors were Daytona White, Dragon Red, and Capri Blue. Ad phase - "you could almost carry it as a suitcase.


My inspiration! The Wright Brothers flight at Kitty Hawke in


City camper, - BMW Isetta and trailer with matching two-tone paint. The trailer almost makes the Isetta seem normal size.

Norman Foster recreated Buckminster Fullers Dymaxion car from 1933. Originally it had a top speed of 120 MPH, and gas efficiency of 30 miles per gallon. Could transport 11. What a cool family vehicle

Video: Norman Foster Recreates Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion Car

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.


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: