1929 Three Wheel Motorcycle

 

English Driver Invents This Novel Three – Wheeled Pleasure Car

Constructed on the principle of a motorcycle, this three-wheeled automobile shown below attains a speed of 70 m.p.h. It was built in Kingston, England, by A. Graham, famous race driver. The circular doors are detachable for use during warm weather. Plenty of room is afforded in the driver’s compartment. The windshield is built in the body of the car. Driven from the lone rear wheel by a motorcycle engine, the car is steered from the front. A similar racing car is being planned.

We know this is not a Harley, but is pretty cool, especially since it is from 1929.

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