The 16 Worst Cars in History

1920 Briggs & Stratton Flyer

1920 Briggs & Stratton Flyer

Talk about a car lacking oomph. The Briggs & Stratton Flyer looked like a tiny 1920’s go-cart. A fifth wheel, trailing behind the Flyer, carried a one-cylinder engine that provided only two horsepower. At top speed, passengers in the cheap two-seater rode along at only 25 miles per hour.

Comments about “1920 Briggs & Stratton Flyer”

  1. trainman44 says:

    you could get killed on the highway with a semi truck with that thing.

  2. Da Beast says:

    Maybe it was the first car thing, but i think it should have a bod.

  3. weird'o 101 says:

    they should have just made it a go cart. no wait go plank. lol

  4. 71 nova says:

    whats with the fifth wheel

    • john101 says:

      that’s where the power is. if u take it away, the cart is nothing. but u can take it off and put it something else

  5. speeddemon111 says:

    Looks like a go-cart missing a body!

  6. racersg says:

    That’s barely even a car!

  7. mario 64 says:

    what a dumb car.

  8. The Tall Boy Scout says:

    Talk about bucket seats.

  9. mikey says:

    reminds me of my cousin’s trike!

  10. jrod says:

    Looks like they have two picnic baskets for seats

  11. trainman44 says:

    thats a bike not a car

  12. jetcar says:

    it is a bike

  13. hippiescout151 says:

    chitty chitty bang bang had kids!!!

  14. Zoid33 says:

    that sounds that the #1 cause of accidents in a residential areas LOL

  15. Mr. johns says:

    Do it yourself car kit from the early 1920’s.

  16. supercar says:

    plank on wheels!

  17. Anonymous says:

    i could go faster on a bike

  18. Jimbo says:

    I’ve driven a go kart bigger than that!

  19. supercar says:

    not a car more like plank on wheels!

  20. car nerd says:

    Going twentyfive miles per hour with a one cylinder engine and two horsepower in the 20’s is not something to criticize, given the cars size! A lot of people need to get over their Masserati’s, Bugatti’s, Porsche’s, Ferrari’s, and Lamborghini’s and realize that cars were not always as cool as they are today.

  21. na8 says:

    I wouldn’t mind having one of these. Looks really bad as an actual car though. I would just ride this around the neigborhood like a motorized scooter.

  22. Fliboys.RBX says:

    Indeed, it is easy to tell that the inventor of the modern day CART would sue.

    Cart this thing away, and please, give me a bicycle!

  23. kyletheterrorizer says:

    Looks like a five-wheel wagon

  24. Beatlesfan says:

    Awesome as a toy wagon, stooooopid as a car.

  25. obi-wan-kenobi-dude1 says:

    That would kill you on the free way!

    • simswim99 says:

      you couldn’t even go on the free way with that. 25 mph top speed. how fast do you go on a free way? you tell me!!

  26. Higuy19 says:

    This thing would make a HORRIBLE stunt car.(Like that would hard to tell.)

  27. cheezesneeze says:

    radio flyer wagon of 1920

  28. an awesome guy says:

    someone call an ambulance its a briggs and stratton flyer injurie again

  29. Monkeymann says:

    buy a used one, put a huge motor on and you have got one awesome go cart!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  30. ???? says:

    made in china?

  31. Gears says:

    Hmm jeep of the past maybe?

  32. commander wolffe says:

    pitiful just pitiful

  33. leopard16 says:

    i bet even the octo thing would be better than this LOL!!!!!!!!

  34. leopard16 says:

    lol so weird

  35. fishy266 says:

    It looks so primitive!!!!!!!!!!!

  36. fishy266 says:

    It looks so primitive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!lol.

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