Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion Car – 3D Photos

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Jeff Lane of the Lane Motor Museum in Nashville had a nice collection of automotive examples of streamlining in the 1930s. It wasn’t complete, however, without one of Bucky Fuller’s Dymaxion cars. Since Fuller only made three, of which two were destroyed and the remaining one not likely to be for sale any time soon, Lane had fabricators in the Czech Republic make him an accurate replica of Fuller’s first prototype Dymaxion car. It took eight years to complete the project and the results are impressive. What’s not impressive is how the Dymaxion car drives. “Terrifying” is how Autoweek described it.

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