Rubber Bands Drive This Baby Auto Three Miles
by DICK COLE
Here’s something distinctly new in the way of midget autos. Powered by a battery of rubber bands from old inner tubes, it will cover a distance of three miles at a surprising clipâ€”and on one winding. Seated at the wheel you’ll be the envy of all the youngsters in town.
Be there the boy with soul so dead, Who to himself has never said: “Gee, I wish I had a baby auto.”
THIS article will make those wishes come true. Here is a nifty looking baby with clutch, two forward speeds and reverse, and Free Wheeling. The design is simple; the materials are cheap; which brings the building of this miniature car within the scope or the average mechanically minded boy’s pocket book.
Rubber Bands Run This Flivver
by DICK COLE
Using strips cut from old inner tubes as motive power, the Flivver-car described in this article by Mr. Cole can easily be built by any boy and will be an endless source of fun.
HERE is something which will gladden the heart of any boyâ€”a car which goes by itself. The motive power is a rubber band motor. Just as twisted strands of rubber are used to whirl the propeller of a model aeroplane, so heavier strands can be used in a similar, manner to provide mechanical locomotion.