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harder watzit - beach buggy

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13 years 4 weeks ago #54746 by
harder watzit was created by
i know what it did but thats all????



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13 years 4 weeks ago #54747 by melonreo
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Its a mobile toll booth :o :D

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13 years 4 weeks ago #54748 by Chocs
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I reckon its an early model Smurgaloid, Kirky
Like what the parking jockies used?
chocs 8-)

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13 years 4 weeks ago #54749 by hayseed
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For the Postie to deliver the mail/parcels. & to empty mail boxs ( I think)

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13 years 4 weeks ago #54750 by Chocs
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Its got that 'Scalie' grey..gimme ya cash look about it 'Seed..... :-/

Just hope Kirky isn't gunna strap
Missus Rivetting in it and run her down to Yass!!! :D

chocs 8-)

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13 years 4 weeks ago #54751 by q4016lanz
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Some sort of flash took took

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13 years 4 weeks ago - 13 years 4 weeks ago #54752 by
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Geeez kirky i reckon what ya got there is

1964 Westcoster 3 wheel postal van ::)

also know as a mailster




The Mailster
1957-1967

(Photograph courtesy of the Smithsonian National Postal Museum)
The Mailster was a three-wheeled vehicle that weighed 500 pounds, boasted 7.5 hp and allowed each delivery person to haul an unprecedented 500 pounds of mail. Its compact size and maneuverability were ideal for getting around recently developed suburban areas. By the end of the 1950s, one-third of the USPS fleet was comprised of this vehicle. While higher-ups in the postal service were more than enthusiastic about the Mailster's potential, the people actually driving it hated it, according to Nancy Pope of the Smithsonian National Postal Museum. Complaints from letter carriers assigned to Mailsters ranged from the front wheel getting stuck in trolley tracks to constant breakdowns, Pope says, and even one report of a massive dog toppling the vehicle.

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13 years 4 weeks ago #54753 by hayseed
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Its got that 'Scalie' grey..gimme ya cash look about it 'Seed..... :-/

Just hope Kirky isn't gunna strap
Missus Rivetting in it and run her down to Yass!!! :D
;
He's gunna strap it to that torsion bar trailer,Take it to yass & use it as Motel shuttle after the dinner ;D ;D


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13 years 4 weeks ago #54754 by Chocs
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;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
chocs 8-)

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13 years 4 weeks ago #54755 by ray
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Maybe they took out the windscreen and left the back door open to cut down wind resistance. Don't think it would have went any better though. ;D

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