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This Three-Wheeled Log Cabin Of A Car Was Supposed To Be Everywhere

The Martin Stationette was pitched as the American economy car of the future. It was supposed to make our lives better, our roads clearer, but only one prototype was ever built. That’s probably for the best. On this week’s episode of Jason Drives (I am writing the post for it because Jason is off doing stupid […]

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There’s A Mystery Car At The Lane Museum, But Maybe We Can Figure It Out

There’s two groups of people who I think know more about cars than nearly any other: the people who work at the Lane Motor Museum and the collective, moist hive mind that is the Jalopnik readership. Incredibly, one of these groups has found something that’s stumping it, and I’m hoping the other group can help. […]

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I’m Giving A Talk About Fun Cars At The Lane Museum And You Need To Come See It

Look, here’s the deal: I’m going to be giving a talk at the best automotive museum in America this Thursday at 7 pm, in Nashville, Tennessee, and it’s very, very important that you attend. How important? Well, there will be a Volkswagen Thing, Citroën Mehari, Mini Moke, and Ferves Ranger all around me, so you […]

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