The wife and I went to Minnesota last week for her family reunion. The Place it was held had a museum of sorts with all kinds of early rural life stuff on display. The one thing I fell in love with was this. I am a sucker for old industrial stuff and home made gadgets. I grew up when if you needed something you built it and in 1953 the fellow that built this gem needed to get to work. I know it only has two wheels, sorry, but the spirit speaks to hot rodders everywhere. Build it, don't buy it is what a lot of this board is about so thought I would share. The main frame is black pipe but the ends are bologna sliced to look like dual exhaust. It has an early Clinton engine and a kick starter, The wheels are 16" implement wheels and it is belt drive. The rear pulley is simply the lip off of another wheel welded to the rear wheel to make a groove for the belt to run in. The neck is glued wood bolted with angle iron flanges. I actually told the manager of the place if it ever came up for sale to call me (he is related to my wife). I would love to own it.