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Fiat Moretti Coupe- 1967

Established in Milan, Italy in 1925 by Ettore Moretti, the Moretti Motor Company initially specialized in crafting motorcycles and small automobiles. Famed for its engineering finesse and stylish designs, Moretti quickly gained recognition within the Italian automotive industry. Following World War II, the company redirected its efforts completely toward manufacturing compact vehicles, notably the sporty […]

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Mazda R360- 1964

The Mazda R360 was introduced in 1960 by the Toyo Kogyo Co., Ltd. of Hiroshima, Japan. Toyo Kogyo had been producing motorcycles since 1929 and in 1931 launched a three-wheel vehicle called the “Mazda-Go”. The Mazda-Go was the vehicle that launched the name Mazda to the world. The name Mazda comes from Ahura Mazda, the

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UOP Shadow Box- 1974

The Shadow Racing team constructed the Shadow Box in 1974 for Universal Oil Products (now Honeywell UOP) as an intended experimental hybrid that was meant to utilize a Wankel rotary engine as a generator to charge batteries that powered electric motors. The lack of parts for development, issues with the Wankel rotary engines, and tightening

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Enfield E8000- 1975

The Enfield 8000 was created on the Isle of Wight by the Enfield company, owned by Greek shipping tycoon Giannis Goulandris. The Enfield had its roots in marine engine manufacturing before hiring an ex-Apollo space program engineer to design a new electric car for the company. The 8000 could obtain a maximum speed of 37mph,

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Neracar- 1924

The Neracar was the design of Carl Neracher and produced by his company, Ner-A-Car Corporation, in Syracuse, New York. The unique features of a low-slung frame, friction-drive, and hub steering made the Neracar an easy to ride two-wheeler. Unlike motorcycles, these features made the vehicle extremely stable, easy to steer, and allowed for pass-through ingress

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Clifft Go-Peds- 1978

Dale Clifft, creator of the Clifft Commutercycle, invented the Go-Ped in the late 1970s. The Go-Ped is a power assisting device for manually operated vehicles, such as a bicycle, which takes the form of a motor which powers a driving wheel. The motor is mounted on a mounting frame, which is connected through a linkage

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