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The Reselco Solocar was first introduced in 1935. Built from gauge steel the Solocar was designed for disabled drivers.  It was powered by a 36 volt electric engine that drove directly onto the transaxle at the rear of the car giving the vehicle a maximum speed of 12 mph. The engine was accessible through a boot at the rear. The Solocar featured tiller steering, hand brake, horn and lights as well as full sized car brakes. The car was produced up until the 1960’s.

The 1935 Reselco Solocar. (My thanks to Ray Buckland for sending in this picture)

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