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Category Archives: teardrop
Some of you Teardrop aficionados out there have undoubtedly seen photos of Dave Moult’s spectacular build. The best write-up I’ve come across is from the Living in a Shoebox blog. This is not Mr. Moult’s first build and it clearly … Continue reading
How cool is this? I don’t think it was actually built but still a cool idea. From Popular Science. The 1930s saw a lot of vehicular innovation. Clicking either image will get you to the source.
See it here.