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The Dymaxion car was a three-wheeled vehicle designed by Buckminster Fuller in 1933. A few different prototypes were made, but it was never mass-produced. Curiously, I find it somewhat reminiscent of Flash Gordon’s rocket, which made its appearance indeed in that same decade. I guess that’s how the future was supposed to look like in the 30s.

And I guess that’s why I like it so much.

The Dymaxion car was a three-wheeled vehicle designed by Buckminster Fuller in 1933. A few different prototypes were made, but it was never mass-produced. Curiously, I find it somewhat reminiscent of Flash Gordon’s rocket, which made its appearance indeed in that same decade. I guess that’s how the future was supposed to look like in the 30s.

And I guess that’s why I like it so much.

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