Originally founded in 1943, Carpool was established in response to the depression felt from World War II.
Consisting of three men — David Morgan–Brown, Brett Jones, and Michael Butcher — the Carpool Crew would go out onto the streets, being a general public nuisance, and amusing nobody besides themselves with their unnusual brand of so-called ‘humour’.
Many months later, Carpool received a breakthrough with some much–deserved attention, when the trio were arrested and conscripted into the armed forces during an ill-fated public appearance.
Their stint was not to last however. While on duty, the three founding members of Carpool stepped on landmines (on three separate occasions) and were killed.