soapbox

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soapbox

1. a box or crate for packing soap
2. a child's homemade racing cart consisting of a wooden box set on a wooden frame with wheels and a steerable front axle

Soapbox

A user-generated video sharing facility on MSN. Soapbox was launched in 2006 and discontinued in 2009.
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The 42 teams were selected based on the quirkiness and uniqueness of their designs and will be using the time till the competition date to create their soapboxes.
The first soapbox cars were made from wooden crates, sheet metal, baby stroller wheels and soapboxes.
No politician would have risked any of the colourful or just plain daft mobile soapboxes.