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Phoenix Trimo Forecar

Phoenix Trimo Forecar

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1906 Phoenix Trimo Forecar

Built from the early 1900s at the Phoenix Motor Cycle Works in Holloway Road, North London, and powered by the ubiquitous Minerva ‘clip-on’ engine, J van Hooydonk’s motorcycle was widely reported in the motorcycling journals of the day. It was clearly one of the more advanced of these early motor bicycles, featuring hand-pumped lubrication and a multiplicity of control levers for adjusting ignition advance/retard, fuel mixture, ignition cut-out, and engine de-compression. A press opinion published in The Autocar read: “I have met with one maker who is evidently a man with his head screwed on the right way.


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1906 PHOENIX TRIMO FORECAR 836CC 1 CYL SV 3011

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