Production Years: 1956
Number Produced: 1
This car is a prototype designed by Emile Claveau and presented at the Paris auto show in 1956.
The engine is a two stroke 3 cylinder from DKW, coupled with a four-speed gearbox. It is a unibody with four independent wheels. Rubber rings nested in each other provide the suspension; they were called “anneaux Neiman” and were installed with success on bikes and scooters.
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Tampa Bay Automobile Museum
3301 Gateway Centre Blvd.
Pinellas Park, FL 33782 USA
Mon - Sat: 10am - 4pm
Sunday: Noon to 4pm
Closed Tuesdays and Holidays
$8 per person ($6 for Seniors)
$5 for Youth and Groups of 12 or more
Free for children under 12