TWO OR THREE WHEELED VEHICLES

  • Seiga machine from 1970 invented by Win Pederson.
    Seiga machine from 1970 invented by Win Pederson.
    Seiga machine from 1970 invented by Win Pederson. http://www.hammel-billeder.dk/hammel/erhverv/virksomheder-hml.html
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  • Yazuki 3x2 Motorcycle
    Yazuki 3x2 Motorcycle
    Yazuki 3x2 Motorcycle, 1997. Yamaha water-cooled engine and Suzuki chassis. Built by a private, it took part to a hill climbing competition at Rachau. J M M at Sinsheim Museum, Germany, Dec 2000.
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  • Rokon Motorcycle
    Rokon Motorcycle
    Rokon Motorcycle, 2WD, J M M at Sinsheim Museum, Dec 2000.
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  • Moto-Guzzi 3x3
    Moto-Guzzi 3x3
    Moto-Guzzi 3x3. Front wheel drive is by vertical axle and beaver. From J M M, at Rétromobile, Paris, on February 1997.
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  • Moto-Guzzi 3x3
    Moto-Guzzi 3x3
    Moto-Guzzi 3x3, 1962, Italy, Moto-Guzzi 3x3, 1962, Italy. Rear track was variable and rear wheels could be fitted with tracks. It was rather high and not very stable in slopes. J M M, at Rétromobile, Paris, on February 1997.
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  • Vehicle suspension
    Vehicle suspension
    Vehicle independent suspension from a Russian Vehicle at Littlefield Foundation, from J M M, Portola Valley, Calif., on June 2001.
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  • Herstal FN AS 24
    Herstal FN AS 24
    Herstal FN AS 24 built at 400 units at Herstal near Liège, Belgium, in the 60s. For 4 persons, payload 350 kg, speed 90 km/h, it was foldable. Tires were Straussler Lypsoïd. J M M at La Ferté Alais, France, on June 1997.
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  • Tricycle  FN AS 24
    Tricycle FN AS 24
    Tricycle FN AS 24. from Herstal, Belgium, with its trailer.
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  • Horsch 3x3
    Horsch 3x3
    Horsch 3x3. J M M, at SIMA, Paris, on February 1993.
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