Showing posts with label unusual. Show all posts
Showing posts with label unusual. Show all posts

Monday, September 29, 2014

just a step away from a horse drawn carriage, a 1912 Aberdonia, Landau

The Aberdonia was an English car manufactured in Park Royal, London from 1911 to 1915 by the coachbuilders Brown, Hughes and Strachan. The engine was a 3160 cc, 4 cylinder, 20 hp (15 kW) unit, it cost £500 with seven-seated touring coachwork, or £700 with "special landau body". At the 1911 London Motor Show a one-off design, mid-engined and forward-control with the driver ahead of the engine was displayed.

Sunday, September 28, 2014

both wheel drive motorcycle and bicycle... I bet it would be a hell of a great off road machine

Found on Rafik's Facebook page

another interesting unique thing I've never seen before, this odd hood

Why peel the skin off the hood? I dunno... interesting though

Monday, September 15, 2014

Probably the only car to have ever been featured at Comic Con and a Concours

the gallery of it at Comic Con 2014

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Get ready for a shocking cool story... 2 AMC Spirits raced the 1979 24 hours of Nürburgring with two Penske prepared Eagle Spirits in 1979

And they didn’t just race. They finished 1-2 in class, but there’s a lot more to the story. The drivers — which included IndyCar racer Lyn St. James and James Brolin — came to Nürburgring without ever having driven the track. So, they recruited a local to show them around the place. This local turned out to be a WWII veteran named Heinz who lost his right arm while serving as the captain in a Panzer tank.

Skip the first minute

Found on

Thursday, August 28, 2014

1951 Graveley lawnand garden tractor... the front end is a Studebaker fender

This Gravely Studebaker, the rearend is 1951 Gravely. Front is 1952 Studebaker front fender.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Elevator parking lot behind 2301 Kuhio St, Oahu, Hawaii

Above is looking at the taller building in the center of the photo, behind the short business building

and this is looking at it from Duke Lane

Both images are screen shots from Google Street View, and this parking garage has been roofed and walled in... probably to make it aesthetically appealing as possible

here it is on satellite image, the tan double roof in the center of the image

Thanks to Mark Hann for telling us about it on facebook in response to the often seen Chicago image

But because it's inner structure is covered by the exterior walls, it may not be an elevator parking but instead may be the "pigeon hole parking" system that was featured and explained on The Old Motor

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