1896 Léon Bollée Tricar: An Ancient Example of Transportation!

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Ever heard of Bollée Family? Léon Bollée, his father Amédée Bolléé and his brother Amédée-Ernest-Marie are well known pioneers in automobile industry.

They have introduced so many machines to the market and the particular tricar you're going to see in the video we present you today is just one of them! Introduced in 1896, Léon Bollée tricar is powered by a horizontal one-cylinder engine which can make 800 cool revolutions per minute.

It can produce a top speed of 27 miles per hour and is well equipped with link steering, platinum tube ignition and a seating arrangement that places the driver right behind the passenger.

Check out the video and enjoy the exclusive design of this ancient vehicle!!!
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