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The Swift Light.. Not only can you run off a mountain with this a rigid-wing lighweight glider.. You can also opt for the 4-stroke motor version.. so you can take off from a flat runway with as little as 50 meters.. Once you've caught your thermal and are heading upward.. the propeler folds up into an aerodynamic tail shape.. and you're off to gliding with the birds.. Awesome!

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When you tire of all those 5-star hotels, you can switch to this mansion on wheels.

Likey: Upper bunk and curtain hides the driver/passenger seats in this motorhome. We traveled around South America in a converted Pepsi Cola truck made into a motor home like this.

'A fascinating 1946 Chevrolet motor home featured in the September 1989 issue of Motorhome Magazine. This vehicle was owner-built from a new chassis over a period of several years soon after WW1. It attracted so much attention on the road that vacation travel was hampered by all of the people gawking and asking questions.'

1947 Morgan F Super Three Wheeler - Morgan Motor Company conceived the idea of building a three wheeled vehicle in 1910. These three wheeled “cyclecars” were classified as motorcycles and were therefore exempt from the tax applied to cars in Britain. Morgan’s three wheelers evolved from V-twin single seater to a Ford powered two seaters by the early ’30s. This beautiful ’47 F Super Three Wheeler is an amazing example of a later Morgan cyclecar and is one of only 55 built after WWII.