Friday, February 12, 2010

I found a cool website, Mega Moto... I think you are going to love the variety and unique things they post there, here's a sample

the cool tagline of Mega Moto is : Cars, Trains, Motorcycles, Planes, Airships & Other Awesome Modes of Conveyance
A WW1 mobile carrier pigeon coup... yes, that was the best communication technique they had available in the field of battle .
I've posted somehting about this before, and just can't recall what... beyond there was just one that made it through the years and still exists, was a 1920's car but only on 2 wheels, the little buggy wheels are for holding it up at stops

Brockhouse Corgi WW2 camp scooter

1938 Phantom Corsair http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2009/03/1938-phantom-corsair.html

Volkswagen museum bus... I hope to find out more about this

Jack Conrad's band... wow, very cool!
Not sure yet what scoooter this is... looks slightly like a Salisbury

the photography of Gaston Jacquin 1935

A lamboghini and wonder of beauty, the 1963 350 GTV

Above, 1971 Star Streak motorhome

Above, something called the Stiletto

1955 Packard Request

1955 Flajole Forerunner

1915 Senate Subway Railroad under the nations capitol, Washington DC

1924 Amphibious Fusetti

Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion, one of two to survive, probably number 3 of the trio Fuller made. One was found in the backyard of a Arizona suburb in the early 70's by a Car Life reader after they did a story on the Dymaxions, by a fan of Fullers interesting cars. It wasn't bought by a collector, though Harrah's buyers tried, a couple college students got money together and then let it be shown in Museums in the US... more on this story in another post.

One cool puller, looks like a trailer truck


Above isn't labeled, but looks like a barn find custom


Above the Helica

Above, the 1948 Davis

1910 Ford on Forest Service patrol

One of the fabulous streamliner beer delivery trucks


Above, the Lincoln Futura that Barris based the Batmobile on


Above is a replica by Andy Saunders of the below concept car, the 1958 Ford X 2000

Go see what else they've got! http://megamoto.tumblr.com/

1 comment:

  1. Nice find. Quite the treasure trove.
    The turquoise deoc styled scooter is called the KYBELE Cyber Scooter and is based on a recent Honda Forza. The build:
    http://www.ne.jp/asahi/kuri/brain/forza.htm

    Some other wacky japanese scooters:
    http://pinktentacle.com/2008/05/japanese-custom-scooters/

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