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Bumping over rutted roads. The Benz Patent Motor Car chugs away.
Launched in 1886, the three-wheeled vehicle was the world’s first automobile. While the Benz No. 1 boasted only 0.75 horsepower, it launched the public’s love affair with three-wheelers. The 20th century saw Morgan and Messerschmitt create innovative versions. Providing post-WWII Europe with much-needed, efficient transport. And creating microcars that still roll today. As drivers await new in-development models, discover the joy of a third wheel with this historic collection.
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