Wheels of Tomorrow One Wheeler (Monowheel)
One wheel vehicle (Monowheel) filmed at Schoolcraft College "Wheels of
Tomorrow" in Livonia Michigan USA. Sorry, I can't give any more details
This is redneck ingenuity in its purist form. An old car frame, some tired
iron, a few belts and pulleys and away we go.
Builder/operator unknown. This was captured at the Santa Fe Trail Tired
Iron Show west of Larned Ks. Oct 11, 2008
Permission has been granted to NBC Comcast Entertainment Group to use the
video 'Redneck GoCart' on the SYFY channel on the "Insane or Inspired"
series begining Friday May 25th, 2012. This video is supposed to appear
in 'Motorized Moments' on June 22nd, 2012.
Update: This did appear on SYFY's "Insane or Inspired" June 22nd, 2012. It
came in as number 7 of the top 25 most outragous backyard creations.
Are you a Redneck fan?
Check out: Redneck Can Crusher
Also: Redneck Biplane
V Twin Diesel Motorcycle
This is my Punsun V Twin Diesel motorcycle. It was built in my high school
class over the winter. It has 20hp and a CVTech CVT transmission it started
life as a 1975 Honda CB500T. Check out the build at
SUPER CAT 03 OFF ROAD
1905ish Homemade Motorcycle
Streached English bicycle frame, Motor made from VW top end, Honda 125
crank, Briggs cam. Automatic inlet valve dampened from bouncing on its seat
with a rubber star on top. About 2 HP, 2500 RPM max. Buddfab
Custom Built Wood Car
Amazing Craftsmanship! Beautiful Custom Built 2009 Wooden Car.
This custom wooden car rides on a 1986 Toyota truck frame and gets power
from a Chrysler 318 engine. It is driven by an automatic transmission and
has merely 1,800 miles on its speedometer. The whole body is made of cedar
and its interior is just as over-the-top as the exterior. I am not the
builder of this car, just the one who made the video.
Turbospoke - The Bicycle Exhaust System
Buy here: http://www.speedwaymotors.com/turbospoke,50683.html
turbospoke is a complete Exhaust system that fits to any bike and makes
it look and sound just like a real dirt bike. turbospoke is based on the old
'baseball-card-in-the-spokes' concept, brought right up to date. The
realistic engine sounds are created using long lasting plastic cards, a
clever sound chamber and an awesome megaphone Exhaust pipe which really amplifies the sound.
1928 Buick Country Club Coupe 1st Start in 50 Years
My Great Grandfather bought this car in 1929 from the Buick dealer in
Perryman, Md. with only a few hundred miles on it. He paid $900 for it, a
hefty sum considering most new cars at the time were under $400. He was the
last one to hear it run until today. By the way, I could not tell while
looking through the camera if the lights were on or off.