As a postscript to your article on motor tricycles your readers might like to know that in a motor emporium called Chitty Bang Bang in Devizes (Wiltshire) there exists a motor tricycle the rear half of which appears to be the transverse engine/gearbox/subframe/wheels normally found at the front of an MG 1300. At the other end is a motor cycle wheel controlled by handlebars. The two ends are joined by a tubular tame.
It’s called “Revolution”, but about which axis it revolves is not stated.
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