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Fishing From Your Amphicar Must Have Been the Greatest Fun in the World

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Designed by Hanns Trippel and built in Germany from 1961 to 1968 (and later imported into the United States between 1961 and 1967) amphicars were convertibles that had a top speed of 7mph on water and 70mph on land - so they were dubbed the "Model 770".The Amphicar was moved in the water by its twin nylon propellers. A special two-part land-and-water...

The Scooter Camper: Sleep In Your Vespa

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The ultimate one-person festival tourer.

The Scooter Camper: Sleep In Your Vespa

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We can't help envisionining swarms of young people going to festivals in these - each in one.German industrial designer Cornelius Comanns has come up with a scooter camper concept based on the Piaggio APE 50 tricycle (a three wheeled commercial version of the world-famous Vespa scooter). Among other things, the Bufalino sports a bed, two seating units, shower, personal...

Michael Paul Smith Creates Historical Photos With Incredibly Lifelike Models

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Man, everything is much more lifelike without CGI.

Michael Paul Smith Creates Historical Photos With Incredibly Lifelike Models

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Hm, this is why I liked the old Star Wars movies, as they were done in a very similar way. No CGI was involved, and for that reason they didn't look like a cartoon.

The Glory Days of Trailers

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Our ancestors knew what trailers are really for.

The Glory Days of Trailers

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Today's trailers are boring. Check out this compilation of what they looked like in the past.

Contemporary Formula 1 Shot With 104-Year-Old Camera

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The golden age of photography (and Formula 1) is back.

Contemporary Formula 1 Shot With 104-Year-Old Camera

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Instead of using top-notch cameras to capture the goings-on at Formula 1 races, Joshua Paul chooses to take his shots using a 104-year-old Graflex 4×5 view camera. Unlike modern cameras which can take as many as 20 frames per second, his centennial companion can only take 20 pictures in total. Because of this, every shot he takes has to...

How China is Ripping Off the Rest of the World’s Cars

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Haha, China is the worst copycat, I mean, copycar of the world.

How China is Ripping Off the Rest of the World’s Cars

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No, it's not only fake iPhones and Nike apparel anymore. China’s gotten really good at ripping off cars, too. Select Car Leasing has collected some of their cheekiest car rip-offs.via The Matador Network
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