Definition of Cyclecar. Meaning of Cyclecar. Synonyms of Cyclecar

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- A cyclecar was a type of small, lightweight and inexpensive car manufactured in Europe and the United States between 1910 and the early 1920s. The purpose...
- The SMZ cyclecar was a Soviet microcar, manufactured in Serpukhov, Russia, by Serpukhov Motor Works (Russian: Серпуховский Мотозавод, Serpukhovskiy Motozavod)...
- The Detroit Cyclecar was a cyclecar manufactured in Detroit, Michigan by the Detroit Cyclecar Company from 1913 to 1914. The cyclecar was heavier than...
- Texas from 1914-1915. In 1914, a man named John B. Fisher designed a cyclecar for the Hall Cycle and Plating Company. It had an underslung frame. Lawrence...
- Sports Cars, the United Kingdom based manufacturer of the 3-wheeled Triking Cyclecar, located in Hingham, Norfolk, formerly in Marlingford, Norfolk. Trikings...
- produced by the Ford Motor Company from 1938 to 2011 Mercury (cyclecar), an American cyclecar from 1914 Mercury (train), a family of New York Central streamliner...
- The Dodge was a cyclecar manufactured in Detroit, Michigan, by the A.M. Dodge Company from 1914 to 1915. The cyclecar had a four-cylinder 25 hp engine...
- The Rollo Car Co. was an English maker of cyclecars based in 140 Conybere Street, Birmingham and active between 1911 and 1913. For 1913 three models were...
- The GN was a British cyclecar made in London, between 1910 and 1925, The name derived from its founders, H.R. Godfrey and Archibald Frazer-Nash. Production...
- capacity, water cooled, was ****ed to a two-seat cyclecar in 1913. It was better equipped than the average cyclecar of the era featuring shaft drive from the...