Whether this weekend is one of deep religious importance or just a good excuse to eat candy, it's fairly hard not to have Easter Eggs on this brain this time of year.
David E. Davis, Jr., former editor and publisher of Car and Driver and founder of Automobile magazine, died today following cancer surgery in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Davis was 80.
Put aside for a moment that the one-wheel-in-front, three-wheeled car setup is inherently unstable, because when a car like the 1948 Davis Delta has this much wacky style, staying wheels-down is highly over rated.
Do you think that four wheels are just too many for your bare-bones military vehicle? Well then, Mr. Secretary of Defense, may we interest you in contracting Davis Motorcar Company to build you this, the 494X? Unlike more conventional military vehicles, the 494X utilized Davis' existing three-wheel chassis. Sadly,…