This three quarter sulky that was made by Simpson of Fremantle, Western Australia is a vintage carriage that was originally crafted around 1915. The sulky was designed to be drawn by a single horse, and the 3/4 description in the titles refers to the size of the cart of which the horses would pull. 

This particular sulky was originally owned by Wayne Hardingham from new and was used in the town of Pinjarrah, Western Australia. The Simpson company was well-known for producing high-quality carriages, and this sulky is no exception. It features a sleek, streamlined design with a low profile and elegant curves that were typical of carriages from this era.

The sulky is made from high-quality materials, with a sturdy wooden frame and metal fittings. The seat and backrest are upholstered leather material, although on the cheaper end when it comes to buggies and sulkys, this sulky was still a luxurious ride for its passengers. The wheels are large and sturdy, with metal rims and spokes, and the front wheels are connected to the frame by a sophisticated suspension system that helps to absorb shocks and bumps in the road.

Overall, this 3/4 horse drawn sulky is a beautiful example of a vintage carriage from the early 20th century. Its elegant design, high-quality materials, and expert craftsmanship make it a rare and valuable piece of history that is sure to impress anyone who sees it.