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The Zzipper

The Zzipper

Description

The Zzipper was developed by Sebring Auto-Cycle, a firm founded by Jim Tervort on the ashes of Commuter Vehicles. Originally named the Triton, this vehicle was developed in the late 1980s. It was a 2-seater, 3-wheeler (single driven rear wheel), designed to be towed behind an RV. It had an integral hitch on the rear. The rear wheel retracted on a hydraulic cylinder for towing with front wheels on the ground. The vehicle used a 72 volt traction system with a Curtis controller, and a 12 hp GE series DC motor. A two-speed transmission was optional. Top speed about 55 mph; range about 35 miles. ABS vacuum-formed plastic was used for the body like the CitiCars and Comuta-Cars.
Detailed Information
Detailed Description
Sebring Auto-Cycle Zzipper

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