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Auto Sidecar

Auto Sidecar was an auxilliary engine produced in 1914.

The company was based in Cubitt Town, London. They produced a wicker sidecar attachment, which clamped to the side of a bicycle. The whole thing was driven by a small two-stroke engine which hung at the rear of the chair.


Sources: Graces Guide



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