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Utopian Tricycle

Manufactured by the Utopian Motor Works, Leicester (UK) in 1914.

A motor tricycle, the machine was powered by a water-cooled twin-cylinder engine located beneath the single seat. Steering was by tiller. It had a folding hood for weather protection, and an open section at the rear for luggage.

Only one Utopian was built and was sold to a local clergyman. It is believed the company also made bicycles.

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