Speedy Motor-Cycle Car Runs on Two Wheels, 1939

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Whether it’s a car or a motor cycle would be hard to say, but the inventor of this novel vehicle declares it has the advantages of both.

In motion, it rides upon two wheels, guided by a steering wheel. The driver experiences a pleasant swaying sensation as the machine tips like a plane or motor cycle for the turns. When the driver stops, a pedal lowers a pair of small auxiliary wheels at the sides for support.
The photograph shows the odd gas buggy being driven by a mechanic in a tryout run at Miami, Fla. Another model has a seat for a passenger mounted behind that of the driver.

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