This was another name for the Laurin-Klement of Austria. Its 1.75hp
engine had a fuel tank that acted as a surface carburettor, and the magneto
bolted to the underside of the crankcase. The extended engine height and
lack of deep loop frame meant that the engine was mounted high. It drove
the rear wheel by twisted-hide belt over a jockey pulley. A band brake
was fitted to the front wheel and a rear brake was optional, as was a flat
raw-hide drive belt.
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