Thursday, October 14, 2010

surprising things in the Jesada Technik Museum in Nakhonphathom, Thailand

Looks like a coal burning conversion, I've never seen one before, but I have seen a wood burning truck conversion for the cold climates of Russia

I believe the above is a Tempo Matador

I recall posting about the above 2 wheel drive bike before, it is a Rokon, the rims are hollow gas tanks, the Rokon website is
and a good post about the Rokon is at

Ugly nose, but cool trailer

Not sure if this is a Tempo Matador, but it looks like one that has had the hand made wooden door and bed treatment

looks like one of the cargo planes from the 1950's like they flew in the movie "Air America"
See a couple of galleries of all the bikes, scooters, and cars at the Jesada on the and a new post of the trains and more on the aircraft. 

1 comment:

  1. Hi Jesse. The three wheeler truck you've posted is a Tempo Hanseat, the predecessor of the Tempo Matador, which were four wheelers. They were built in Germany from the mid 1930s to 1956.
    The older three wheeler is a very rare Framo LT300. These were very simple delivery vehicles and only built in small numbers. There is more information about these vehicles on my Heinkel and Tempo blogs.