1886, Vincent, tricycle model Salvo

1886 – Vincent Tricycle, Salvo model – France

Built in Paris, in the E. Vincent Neveu constructeur factories in Rue Lafayette 219, on the basis of the 1881 English model SALVO QUAD by James Starley. In fact, the shape and parts are similar to each other.
They said that it was called ROYAL SALVO when queen Victoria, after attending an exhibition of these vehicles on the courtyard of the royal residence in Osborne, decided to order two of them.

Technical notes:

  • Iron tube frame
  • Toothed rod rudder
  • Solid rubber tires
  • Fixed gear

 

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