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Arbet 1956 | The name of this three-speed vehicle combines t… | Flickr

The name of this three-speed vehicle combines the first names of Arliss Sluder and his wife Beth, from Montana. It took Arliss 7 years of labour and over 5000 hand made parts to build this little car. Top speed was 70 km/h with its 2 cylinder 13 hp Onan engine and it drove 80 kms on a gallon. In 1993 the Guinnes Book of Records called it the smallest street legal car in the world: 102 cm wide and 229 cm long. Arliss cruised over 22,000 km with his microcar. This is a colorized black & white…

Rare RHD Postal Vehicle: Restored 1961 Willys-Jeep FJ-3 Fleetvan | Bring a Trailer

Learn more about Rare RHD Postal Vehicle: Restored 1961 Willys-Jeep FJ-3 Fleetvan on Bring a Trailer, the home of the best vintage and classic cars online.

A one-off custom-built coupe created by George S. Brauks, a St. Louis, Missouri foundry pattern maker and carriage builder. The front of the car is a 1937 Hudson Terraplane 2 door coupe. The rear part seems to be a 1936 DeSoto. The entire car was narrowed lengthwise on the centerline to create a narrow body width.

This nice five window microcar is a one-off custom-built coupe created by George S. Brauks, a St. Louis, Missouri foundry pattern maker and carriage builder. The front of the car is a 1937 Hudson Terraplane 2 door coupe. The rear part seems to be a 1936 DeSoto. The entire car was narrowed lengthwise on the centerline to create a narrow body width. The picture is slightly photoshopped; the rusty spots are repainted.

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1955 Fujicabin Minicar

With Japan in a devastated turmoil, many companies scrambled for survival. Hitachi Aviation, associated with Hino and Isuzu were forbidden to build airplanes and attempted to survive by producing n…

Street Legal Bumper Cars prove the world Is a beautiful place.  I really, really, really need one of these.  Make that four.

Street legal bumper cars. Silly! Fun! FUNYWUD - Bumper Car -Street Legal

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You don't need a giant 4x4 to go off roading, hit the trails, or start exploring. I've proved that with my Suzuki Sidekick, The Teal Terror. I recently ran across this little gem, a 1979 Suzuki LJ81, which is essentially the model before the Suzuki Samurai. These little guys are a rarity, especially in such amazing condition. The tiny rig is owned by Joe and Dana Marshall who run Mule Expedition Outfitters in Washington State. They refer to it as their micro overlander, an extremely fitting…

So cute!!! Registration D957ABY  Make AUSTIN  Model MINI  Description MAYFAIR  Date of Liability  01 11 2010   Date of First Registration  25 11 1986   Year of Manufacture  1986   Cylinder Capacity (cc)  998CC   CO2 Emissions  Not Available   Fuel Type  Petrol   Export Marker  Not Applicable   Vehicle Status  Licence Not Due   Vehicle Colour  PURPLE

Registration D957ABY Make AUSTIN Model MINI Description MAYFAIR Date of Liability 01 11 2010 Date of First Registration 25 11 1986 Year of Manufacture 1986 Cylinder Capacity (cc) 998CC CO2 Emissions Not Available Fuel Type Petrol Export Marker Not Applicable Vehicle Status Licence Not Due Vehicle Colour PURPLE

Fiat 500 with “luggage” mounted to a rack on the engine cover. Completely charming, what with the whitewalls and all.  But what could possibly go wrong by strapping your luggage on the door to the engine…… ? I mean nothing, right?

Fiat 500 with “luggage” mounted to a rack on the engine cover. Completely charming, what with the whitewalls and all. But what could possibly go wrong by strapping your luggage on the door to the...