Hello Andrew:For a brief moment we thought that the 'happy camper' was about to be manoeuvred into the water. Well, at least we would have seen if it floated with all its other remarkable qualities. We really can see no reason why this should not have caught on....perhaps it was the custard yellow?!!!
Looks dangerous, unsafe and very awkward by today's standards :-).
Haha JayLa. Like trams used to end up in the waters of Sydney Harbour. It reminds me of dancing with an unpredictable parter.No tragedy here to scare you Ann.Windsmoke, I wish I was an engineer and predict how it could wrong, but alas, I am not.
This is awesome! I would love to have one.
Rubye, I expect there are good reasons why no one has ever seen one on the road.
Hi Andrew,lacking the genius to be more specific, I'll simply say it looks too good to be good...
oh but it's a gorgeous colour darling.
I agree Fruitcake.Fen, it looks like what you would find in a babies nappy.
I can't imagine how one manages to drive such a thing.
Imagine coupling one of those to today's SUVs!
Very cautiously I should think Dina.The mind boggles Victor.
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