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The Dynasphere was a monowheel vehicle patented in 1930 by J. A. Purves, who called it “the high-speed vehicle of the future”; one source, however, reports that “while the [vehicle] could move along just fine, it was almost impossible to … Continue reading
Gregory Thielker: Coming to a Complete Stop (2008) It’s a painting. (source)
Ad for the 1966 Buick Skylark Gran Sport.
1968 “MATCHBOX” collector’s catalogue.
Anton Marrast a.k.a. Grape Frogg: I’ve Seen the Queen (2009) (source)
The 1954 Ford FX Atmos debuted on March 15 at the Chicago Auto Show and featured a radar screen in its one-seat cockpit. (source)
1961 Chrysler Turboflite “The Turboflite proved to be a sensation on the show circuit, but the striking concept car never reached production. Chrysler did continue to develop the turbine engine for use in passenger cars, but even this eventually proved … Continue reading
Advertisement for General Motors’s “fully functional Firebird III space-age car” in the Souvenir Program for the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. (source)
Jacob Munkhammar: Flying Citroen Visas (2013) See more here.