Okay, in some cases maybe. This cute little combo caught my attention a couple years ago and I’m just getting around to posting it. A truly minimal teardrop trailer that I suspect can just sleep two with about one suitcase each. I found it labelled “The 1941 Kozy Coach Travel Trailer ” but a search […]Read More Who Says Bigger is Better?
Yes, I love the scooters. Here’s an interesting setup I found via Tumblr at Scooterscene. Probably not for high-speed use but still, a remarkable little taxi. I would love to learn more about these little guys. AdvertisementsRead More Scooter Rickshaw
Found on MODamorphosis on TUMBLR. An ambitious set-up for sure. More about Roberto and his amazing travels can be found here at the Scooterist or just click an image below. AdvertisementsRead More Vespa Touring
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I searched around for more about the Super-Scooter. It was pretty mod for the time. The design looks like something from Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. The fairing seems to be heavy or rubberized cloth and there is an optional rear seat. I think this must be the earliest “trunk” in a scooter I’ve ever seen. The […]Read More The Salsbury Super-Scooter
Here’s an image of my great-grandfather Arbuckle on a very futuristic looking scooter. It wasn’t his, and I doubt he actually rode it but it seems to have belonged to his brother-in-law (Campbell). The photo is in the Campbell’s yard in Long Beach, California, probably in 1946 or 1947. If anybody can identify the model, […]Read More Classic Scooter
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