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This was the first motor vehicle from the Sunbeam Motor Company, produced in 1899. Designed by Mabley-Smith, it's a curious vehicle, with wheels laid out on a diamond pattern with only the front and rear wheels sprung. Engine was a watercooled 327 cc engine from DeDion. The vehicle could seat 2 or 3 people with the driver in the rear.

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7 hours ago, plymouthcranbrook said:

sun-mab.jpg

 

 

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This was the first motor vehicle from the Sunbeam Motor Company, produced in 1899. Designed by Mabley-Smith, it's a curious vehicle, with wheels laid out on a diamond pattern with only the front and rear wheels sprung. Engine was a watercooled 327 cc engine from DeDion. The vehicle could seat 2 or 3 people with the driver in the rear.

Now that's just the thing for doing the Hershey flea market in the fall!

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10 hours ago, 8E45E said:

At the 2017 MCACN show, the owner of this 1977 Dodge factory STREET VAN mentioned to me all the older women who looked inside, totally mesmorized, then looked at him and just grinned ear to ear!!

 

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Boy did I want one of those Schwinns when I was a kid.

 

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8 hours ago, plymouthcranbrook said:

sun-mab.jpg

 

 

sun%2Bmab.jpg

This was the first motor vehicle from the Sunbeam Motor Company, produced in 1899. Designed by Mabley-Smith, it's a curious vehicle, with wheels laid out on a diamond pattern with only the front and rear wheels sprung. Engine was a watercooled 327 cc engine from DeDion. The vehicle could seat 2 or 3 people with the driver in the rear.

Looks like may be the London to Brighton run 

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