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1897 Chenard & Walcker Tricar

1897 Chenard & Walcker Tricar

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1897 Chenard & Walcker Tricar

Ernest Chenard built bicycles and motor tricycles before joining forces with Henri Walcker around 1897. They soon ventured into the automobile market, and their first machine was a tricycle converted to a quadricycle, still using the motorcycle frame, saddle and fuel tank. It had a passenger seat at the front in the style of a forecar.

The firm continued to built automobiles, often very luxurious, until 1939. Post-war they built commercial vans until 1950.

In 1919 they built commercial three-wheelers using the FAR brand, under license to Scammell. The marque was very successful and resulted in many variants. Known as the Pony Mécanique, it was produced until 1970.


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