Saturday, April 09, 2022
Stephan Henrich's "Infinity" - Wheeled Bicycle Concept, a bit like that WW2 BWM caterpillar tracked motorcycle
But though this is a lot to think on, it seems that it hasn't went anywhere in 2 years, so, it's nothing more than a idea waiting for investors to pay for the R&D, machined parts, etc.
Seen on Thursdays walk around the neighborhood. It was 95 degrees, day one of a two day heatwave, and I didn't feel like doing that for a 2nd day, so, nothing on Friday. Today it's back in the low 70s, so I'll be heading out shortly
and this poor old Chrysler was put out to pasture by someone with that rare commodity, a big back yard that hasn't been subdivided with another residence aka "granny flat" for extra income. Renting a house on the back half of the lot will pay the mortgage for both for pete's sake. Having a grassy yard? Just means wasting water in the desert, during a drought, to see grass on the rare occasion you happen to look in the back yard
that old Shell logo is really cool, but the Standard RWB and torch was a logo I liked a lot as a kid.
W.H. Riley & Son has been delivering fuels to southeastern Massachusetts since 1873 since Ulysses S. Grant was in the White House