1919 Mills Busy Bee.  J.A. Mills of Mansfield, England, built this car himself for his own personal use. Powered by a 6 horsepower AJS V-twin,the body is plywood and held on with only 10 bolts. It seats one and has a three-speed transmission that drives the lone rear wheel. It’s a lot like a Morgan of the time.

1919 Mills Busy Bee. J.A. Mills of Mansfield, England, built this car himself for his own personal use. Powered by a 6 horsepower AJS V-twin,the body is plywood and held on with only 10 bolts. It seats one and has a three-speed transmission that drives the lone rear wheel. It’s a lot like a Morgan of the time.

46 Ford tank

citystreetphotos: Frankentank “Bush Baby” Awesome rat Rod from Ontario Canada

1956 Volvo Sugga doing a bit of off roading, bit of a different vehicle but still looks like it could handle itself

1956 Volvo Sugga doing a bit of off roading, bit of a different vehicle but…

Street legal converted old bumper car by Tom Wright, near San Diego, CA

100 Amusement Park Innovations

Yes, you read that right; these little beasties are street legal. Either Kawasaki or Honda motorcycle engines for power, and retired vintage bumper car bodies - transformed into the most awesome form of mini-car we've ever seen.

Body: I love this concept for a more enclosed body. It's a bit too big (unnecessarily heavy). But badass nonetheless.

Body: I love this con cept for a more enclosed body. It's a bit too big (unnecessarily heavy). But badass nonetheless.

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