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The Flathead Ford V-8 Powered 1936 Arrowhead Three-Wheeled Teardrop Car

The Flathead Ford V-8 Powered 1936 Arrowhead Three-Wheeled Teardrop Car

1937 Zeppelin Roadliner (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post61026348&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

1937 Zeppelin Roadliner (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post61026348&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

Norman Bel Geddes, “Motor Car No. 9 (without tail fin),” ca. 1933 • Image courtesy of the Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation / Harry Ransom Center

Norman Bel Geddes, “Motor Car No. 9 (without tail fin),” ca. 1933 • Image courtesy of the Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation / Harry Ransom Center

In England they have Land Rover, in USA there was a moon rover now, in Russia has appeared a bucket rover. For now, just as a concept it still has good chances to become... or wait.

In England they have Land Rover, in USA there was a moon rover now, in Russia has appeared a bucket rover. For now, just as a concept it still has good chances to become... or wait.

1950 - GM Cars of Tomorrow?  gotta say -- the robot's kind of creepy.

1950 - GM Cars of Tomorrow? gotta say -- the robot's kind of creepy.

1935 streamlined vehicle   Anybody know what this is?

1935 streamlined vehicle Anybody know what this is?

Found on "Vintage Trailers", but upon closer examination it looks like a small motorhome--with the back wheels (or a single wheel) hidden. When it comes to naming the style, what comes to mind is "50s futuristic." Would love to find more information on this cool vintage rig!

Found on "Vintage Trailers", but upon closer examination it looks like a small motorhome--with the back wheels (or a single wheel) hidden. When it comes to naming the style, what comes to mind is "50s futuristic." Would love to find more information on this cool vintage rig!

Vehículo alemán todoterreno anfibio Volkswagen “Schwimmwagen” 1940-1945, fabricado por KDF-Stadt, Wolfsburg. Fue diseñado por el Ing. Ferdinand Porsche

Vehículo alemán todoterreno anfibio Volkswagen “Schwimmwagen” 1940-1945, fabricado por KDF-Stadt, Wolfsburg. Fue diseñado por el Ing. Ferdinand Porsche