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1961 Taylor-Dunn Trident. If you weren’t aware, California was a weird place in the 1960s. Still is, really. But this was their idea of a car. Originally introduced as a glorified grocery kart in 1955, the three-wheeled electric runabout was called the Taylor-Dunn PG. In 1959, the Trident was introduced. It still used a one horsepower electric motor – but it also had road-going capability.

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Phil Lester on

Phil is having an Extreme Mario Kart battle with Anthony and Dan :D and I would also just like to point out that Dan is using Kalel's 3DS.

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I absolutely adore how well this card has turned out and those little mice are so cute! I’m going to need a little more practice, but this isn’t bad for my first time using this techniq…

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“I started racing go-karts. And I love karts. It’s the most breathtaking sport in the world. More than F1, indeed, I used to like it most”.

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Mitten card by Jenny Creer (Independent Stampin Up demonstrator) using the embossing folders Softly Falling and Cable Knit Dynamic Texture folders. Go to website to see how I made it.

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By Helen Read. Uses Stampin' Up "Wetlands" stamp set. Swipe ink pad across piece of white cardstock. She used Soft Sky for sky, Smoky Slate for center, & Sahara Sand (or Crumb Cake) for lower section. Stamp sandpipers in black StazOn. Add linen thread & sentiment. (She says it may look awful after you do the swipes, but go ahead & stamp the birds & it will all come together & look great!)

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Hemmings Find of the Day – 1923 Ford Model T speedst

Most Model T-based speedsters tend to use aftermarket bodies from Ames or any of the dozens of companies that provided speed parts for the T in the 1920s or 193

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