Just look at this thing! Comes in two sizes: The 462 Hatz diesel shown, and the 516. Straight out of the Sommer motorcycle company in Austria.
For all you detailed build blog fans, I totally recommend that you check out this guy’s restoration of a 1921 Ner-A-Car Motorcycle. For those of you unfamiliar with the Ner-A-Car, I totally recommend that you check out that steering mechanism. It’s pretty sweet.
Some dude is stepping into the future of automotive shenanigans! Link below!
If a Reliant Robin aimlessly wandered into a mad scientist’s shrink lab and got zapped straight to tiny town, the result might resemble the “Wee Bluey”.
So, I was playing Battlefield, as one is wont to do on a weekend, and it dropped a fun fact on me. Apparently, the Saint-Chamond tank used in the game wasn’t just a real tank, it was a real tank that was powered by a generator and propelled via electric motors! Now, the tank wasn’t exactly perfectly made/designed, but…
The low speed, high tension race that the true Family Matters fan craves!!! Kudos to whoever made this and gave it that sweet-ass title. Urkel would be proud
If you’re interested in 3D printing and/or weird cars, this Local Motors project is pretty awesome to follow. The resolution of the printing looks to be pretty low, but I’m sure that can be improved upon
Apparently, there was a company named Gurgel in Brazil who made these crazy little SUVs. There’s actually one for sale here:
I was just thinking, if you were going to have a Delorean, wouldn’t it be cool to have the Dr. E. Brown Enterprises van too. A sweet ride deserves a sweet shuttle. This may be my new goal in life.
Someone may have posted about this thing before, but the Kuglemotor seems fascinating:
So, I bought a 1997 Probe GT off of my friend at the beginning of the summer. Only 88,000 KM, and after the replacement of all the bushings, motor mounts, and tires, the thing runs perfectly. Would highly recommend anyone who finds one of these to give it a try. Extremely fun and extremely reliable thanks to the Mazda…
Behold, the beauty!
A custom image filter that I was programming exploded this Geo Metro picture with some dramatic effect. Thought it was an interesting end result to share!
I found this guy around Strathmore, Alberta, and I don't know anything else about it besides that it sounded as fun as it looked! Anyone know what this is/what vehicles it's made out of?
It's go time!!
Found around Calgary, and supported by Lord Humungus and The Thunderdome.
Steam Whistle Brewing has some amazing delivery and promotional vehicles.
It's been ridiculously scenic here lately, so I thought I'd share a few pics of my mini motorcycle adventure.