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An airboat Like they use in the Everglades, big motor, boat, someone just nuts enough to drive it.
A high speed rapid fire launcher(nothing dangerous just tennis balls)or (golf balls) you could judge for range, accuracy and rate of fire.
Steam drag racers would be way cool.
a multi-part contraption, three separate machines that when connected make 1 mobile or working machine, but can funtion separtly as something else
-- Larry Rodecap (email@example.com), January 15, 2001
Steam drag racers would be cool, though in slow motion =)
But steam has already been done. Variations on a theme are OK as long as it hasn't already been done in another theme. Otherwise we could get steam powered lawnmowers, steam powered boats, etc ad nauseaum. :P
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-- Dan Hollis (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 15, 2001.
Why not a race, one expert an airboat guy the other a swampbuggy guy, the teams would race through a course flooded with about 2 ft of water.
-- Stephen A. Binion (Stephenbinion@hotmail.com), January 15, 2001.
A great swamp buggy is no match for even a bad air boat, except of course the amfib built by the biker bunch. However, a tug of war, buggy and boat in two ft of water and mud, would be intresting. The buggy would have traction problems and throw a lot of mud, and the boat would completely sog the buggy with blowing water and mud.
-- Waddy Thompson (email@example.com), January 15, 2001.
What about drilling rigs for water and put them to the test?
-- Mark Graham (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 16, 2001.
What if we make a tractor and make a farm?
-- Mark Graham (email@example.com), January 17, 2001.
the teems could buld a tank and drive it around an obsicile corse blowing up targits and driving throw buldings 2 all the teem members could have tere own tank or jeep with a paint ball gun fited and thay shoot at the other teem most hits wins
-- oliver shoesmith (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 20, 2001.
-- Kyle (Snakeeater1963@yahoo.com), December 19, 2004.