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* While you may have heard of the six-wheeled Gama Goat by now, you likely haven’t heard much of its four-wheeled predecessor, the AGL-4. Like the very first Gama Goat prototype, the AGL-4 is powered by an air-cooled Corvair six-cylinder and features an articulating joint between cab and bed. GM apparently developed it for military and agricultural use, and I am crushed that it didn’t go into production. Somebody please tell me this thing exists. (via)
* One of our commenters declared the Ford van I encountered in Long Beach as a prime candidate for suspiciousvans.com, a website that gives vintage vans the polar opposite treatment from Joe Stevens’ photography.
* Less suspicious is the Trailmobile bus that Telstar Logistics recently ran across in San Francisco.
* Our friends at BigLorryBlog are slightly mad about turbine-powered trucks, thus they recently discovered two road tests of turbine-powered trucks from the 1960s – one of a Ford and one of a Leyland, both penned by British motoring journalist Alan Bunting.
* Finally, deviating entirely from our truck/bus/van theme this week, Jesse over at justacarguy has been nosing around for Studebaker buildings in New York and found one (above) that’s new to us, on the corner of Bedford Avenue and Sterling Place in Brooklyn.