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Jeepney Art

The Salamander First Filipino Made Amphibious Tricycle

First Filipino made amphibious tricycle, “The Salamander” is an amphibious tricycle that can run both land and on water. This Salamander amphibious tricycle is an amphibious type tricycle that can sail through Manila’s flooded streets, cross rivers and lakes, and can even go island-hopping. It was designed by a famous car designer named Atoy Llave who was in charge of the “Atoy Bodykits” and is well know among car lovers. 


The kotse-kel coach looks like a car

Lyndon Olba, owner of the "kotse-kel", said it took him five months to finish the vehicle. The "kotse-kel" is not used for public transportation but private use. A tricycle is turning heads in Bangar, La Union because its coach looks like a car.

Watch the kotse-kel  a sidecar car looks

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What is Jeepney Art?

The Art of using the Jeep Body as the Canvas. The multi-colored Vinyl Stickers are cut-out like puzzle and pasted together as an image to complete the design. Enamel paint are also use in hand painting or Airbrushes being used as ways to design these Pinoy Jeepneys are called the JEEPNEY ART

What Is An Electric Jeepney?

The 10 to 12-seater electric-powered version of the vehicle that has its origin in surplus US Army jeep. The e-Jeepneys are powered by five-horsepower electric motor engines with 12 batteries that, at full capacity, allow the vehicles to run 120 to 140 kilometers at around 40 kilometers per hour.

Jeepneys of Manila

Jeepney or Jeep are the most popular means of public transportation in the Philippines. They were originally made from US military jeeps left over from World War II and are well known for their flamboyant decoration and crowded seating. They have also become a symbol of Philippine culture. Now produced from Chassis and Surplus Diesel Engines from Japan. Made by Filipino Craftsman by hands from the body assemble to a perfect piece of art Called the Jeepney Art


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