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Flying kettle aims to break speed record set in 1906

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Only in Britain would somebody invent a new kind of steam car, build it is a shed and then take it to Bonneville Salt Flats to break a world record that has stood for a hundred years.

And only the Guardian would try and find a way to make this kind of effort “green”.

I only refer to it at all because I enjoy this kind of eccentricity. Oh and it also might happen in New Zealand too – it remnided me of th “The World’s Fastest Indian”

Felix Clay

Written by Stephen Rees

June 25, 2008 at 9:43 pm

Posted in Transportation

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