Any time you use Lego™ to fix something, you add value. Instead of going straight to the parts store to buy a replacement, which would be hard to find here, this person made their Suzuki into a one-of-a-kind vehicle. Can you see the change in the first photo? Here’s a detail of the repair/customization: Pretty… Read More Legos™: What Can’t They Do?
Do you have a headache? Do you want one? Fractal puzzles should do the trick. The retro-futurists were right! This very geddesque? bel-gedesque? (in the style of Norman Belle Geddes) road-spanning bus has taken to the roads in China. Will it become the new norm or will it be something children looking at Popular Science… Read More Random Links from the Week
I can’t say much about this Volkswagen. It’s lowered and the driver gave me the ‘hang loose’ hand sign when I took the picture. And then he drove off. Cool.
Do you want to learn English? I make this so people learning English can practice.… Read More Simple English Sunday
I use the term ‘this week’ rather loosely. I didn’t have a particularly good week mining the internet for gems so I dug into my bookmarks. Hemmings had an article a while back on rhombus-shaped cars. They have a number of disadvantages – they use different parts and platforms and they aren’t what customers are… Read More Random Links from this Week:
So these Kenton trikes are everywhere down here. Here is a modified one with homemade doors. It’s used to sell Ña Betty’s homemade food. They come with the rudimentary cabin but the doors are obviously homemade. It probably helps a little with road noise and even more with water – it rains alot here. Personally,… Read More Trikes
Alternative title: The World’s Scariest Taxi. I know this car is currently not functioning as a taxi, however, with the yellow livery I wouldn’t be surprised if it had worked as a hack in the past. The damage done shows a hard life with little repair. If anything, it stands as a testament to the… Read More There, I Fixed It, III