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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 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.


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…


“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”.


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.


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!)


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