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  • 1966 Peel Trident
    tiny 4 2 long car amounted to a chair on go kart wheels surrounded by a close fitting angular fiberglass body Powered using the term loosely by a 49 cc Zweirad Union DKW moped motor underneath the driver it generated more noise than power At an advertised 100 miles per gallon it was almost cheaper than walking A contemporary road test joked that the top speed was dependent upon the size of the steak that the driver had for dinner 1964 saw the introduction of a further development of the P 50 called the Peel Trident This was essentially the same chassis but with a slightly larger futuristic 2 seater body shell topped by a large clear plastic dome which lifted for entry Perhaps 45 were built the last six of which were fitted with the 98cc motor with automatic belt transmission out of the Triumph Tina scooter This car is one of these purchased from the designer still living on the IoM and displayed at a German museum for some years Peel offered a 12 volt electric motor version with a running radius of 65 km in 1966 and went on to build bodies for Minis See a Factory

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/tour/peel-trident.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 1942 Peugeot VLV
    Legere de Ville Light City Car 377 were made Speed from its electric motor supplied by four 12V batteries under the hood was 20 mph and the range was 50 miles Manufacturer S A des Automobiles Peugeot Paris France Model VLV Motor 48 V Electric Body Steel Years Built 1942 No Cylinders N A Chassis Steel No Produced 377 Displacement N A Suspension Front Leaf Spring No Surviving Horsepower 1

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/tour/peugeot-vlv.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 1959 PTV
    clientele After a lengthy 2 year development period the prototype appeared in 1956 featuring an in house 250cc motor with aluminum piston and head which drove the rear wheels Independent front suspension large diameter wheels and snug enclosed bodywork even allowed discussion of driving comfort a subject not remotely considered by a Biscuter driver The car was improved over the years with the addition of bumpers and other extras A 350cc motor was planned for later cars but was never actually put into production Inevitably the end came from competition with a real car the Fiat 600 license built in Spain as the S E A T 600 This mass produced not much more expensive car had four cylinders and four seats and simply steamrollered over the hand built PTV a scene repeated all over Europe in the late 1950 s AUSA is still with us today producing utility equipment and forklift trucks This car is an example of an early Sport version with no doors It is extremely rare as many early models were later altered by their owners to suit their needs This car is also signed by 1 of the original builders Manufacturer Automobiles Utilitarios S A

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/tour/ptv-sport.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 1959 PTV
    device the PTV was with its proper doors 2 tone paint chrome trim and 12 inch wheels intended for a more upscale discerning clientele After a lengthy 2 year development period the prototype appeared in 1956 featuring an in house 250cc motor with aluminum piston and head which drove the rear wheels Independent front suspension large diameter wheels and snug enclosed bodywork even allowed discussion of driving comfort a subject not remotely considered by a Biscuter driver The car was improved over the years with the addition of bumpers and other extras A 350cc motor was planned for later cars but was never actually put into production Inevitably the end came from competition with a real car the Fiat 600 license built in Spain as the SEAT 600 This mass produced not much more expensive car had four cylinders and four seats and simply steamrollered over the hand built PTV a scene repeated all over Europe in the late 1950 s AUSA is still with us today producing utility equipment and forklift trucks Manufacturer Automobiles Utilitarios S A Manresa Spain Model PTV 250 Motor AUSA 2 stroke Body Steel Years Built 1959 1961 No Cylinders 1 Chassis Tube No Produced

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/tour/ptv-blue.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 1951 Reyonnah
    design however It is difficult to imagine a lady in a 50 s tight skirt clambering over the tall sides into the tub The large steering wheel and controls are stuffed into a cramped knuckle bruising space under the front cowl And finally its front suspension trick does not allow for a lock in the up position so that moving the car forward with suspension up causes it to collapse

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  • 1945 Rolux Baby
    125cc two stroke but the pretty body style remained essentially the same This car is a curious anomaly having been acquired as a collection of parts with no provenance There are numerous early features to be seen such as the NewMap style badge but without the name and the unusual rounded tail rear fenders plain dash and non opening hood The side door could be a later addition It may

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  • 1950 Rolux Baby
    in favour of a reintroduction of the Baby under the Rolux name A sister company in nearby Clermont Ferrand assembled the redesigned VB 60 It was now powered by an Ydral 125cc two stroke but the pretty body style remained essentially the same Manufacturer Ste Rolux Clermont Ferrand France Model VB 60 Motor Ydral 2 stroke Body Steel Years Built 1945 1948 No Cylinders 1 Chassis Steel No Produced 300

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  • 1950 Rolux Baby
    in favour of a reintroduction of the Baby under the Rolux name A sister company in nearby Clermont Ferrand assembled the redesigned VB 60 It was now powered by an Ydral 125cc two stroke but the pretty body style remained essentially the same Manufacturer Ste Rolux Clermont Ferrand France Model VB 60 Motor Ydral 2 stroke Body Steel Years Built 1945 1948 No Cylinders 1 Chassis Steel No Produced 300

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