Trikes

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

Random Links from this Week: Old Books and Mid-engined Mustangs

If you haven’t gone to archive.org, go there now. Or don’t. I don’t really care. No one reads this, anyway. On the off chance that someone does read this, archive.org is basically like Pinterest for public domain books:  people upload different materials that are in the public domain, including old military service manuals, catalogs from… Read More Random Links from this Week: Old Books and Mid-engined Mustangs

Random Links from this Week: Wooden Cars and Steam Aeroplanes

Tell me if you’ve heard this before:  An upstart know-it-all becomes frustrated with the current state of the automotive industry. He starts by breaking the unwritten rules of vehicle design and embarks on a publicity gathering journey with his creation. After months of arduous trekking, the proof-of-concept vehicle shows what it is capable of but success does… Read More Random Links from this Week: Wooden Cars and Steam Aeroplanes