The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Bigcheese327, Dec 4, 2007.
I'm thinking that it is an existing vehicle that has been highly photoshopped. Neat concept, though!
Someone had to be looking at the Delahaye 135S
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Have a nice weekend
Monet & Goyon TYPE VM Series 2 Anzani #340 Gerard Gaude pic...
That's quite a front suspension, sort of a cross between cantilever and pull-rod.
Rick Scaldwell's V8 J.A.P. GN
Images by J-J C at the Fesival of Slowth. It looks like the Slowth event has grown from just the slowest vehicles made to an "all come" outing.Everyone enjoyed the day immensely.
When I first saw this on Facebook a few weeks ago my first reaction was that it is most palpably a modern design. The approach to the creation of form is completely foreign to the design mindset it purports to emulate. That and the "stanced" negative camber: the real thing would have had marked positive camber to rein in an inevitably wayward rear.
The Buffalo Electric Vehicle Company was an American electric car manufacturing company from 1912 until 1915 located at 1219-1247 Main Street in Buffalo, New York. The motorcars were marked under the Buffalo brand. The company was formed by a merger of several electrical vehicle and allied companies. The company's automobiles were commonly marketed to affluent women as an alternative to the dangerous manual crank starting that was required with a gasoline vehicle. The company went out of business in 1916.
Amilcar in Australia
Kaiser Stromlinien - Germany (1935)
The Stromlienen was built in Aschersleben, and was a single seater 3-wheeler, powered by a rear mounted DKW 300cc/600cc motorcycle engine driving the single rear wheel by chain, giving a top speed of 85 km/h or 120 km/h respectively.
The standard body had the headlights attached to cycle guards - the buyer could pay extra for the front fairings over the front wheels which featured the headlights. Other extras offered included a windscreen wiper, cigarette lighter, double horn, petrol gauge and seat cushion.
This one deserves another picture!
Heck, let's go for a third
The Lane Museum in Nashville, Tn. has this display about Ganz. Read the 2nd one first.
I like this madness
Too many people say "I can't"...and don't. Then there are those souls who say "why not!" and DO!
Some great pics here!
Can't leave out this GN -Thunderbug Special!
I'd drive that with three or four wheels!
yeah, yeah... I know we don't consdier Austin Sevens cyclecars.....
That looks like something right out of the Cars movie. I like it.
Last Saturday in Prescott.
Mopetta replica from the El Toro High Auto Shop class
I like that!
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