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Рассказ о чешских одноколейных автомобилях дальник
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Американский двухколесный автомобиль.
Стабилизирующие колеса опускаются подьёмом рулевой колонки.

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A TWO-WHEELED AUTOMOBILE
By CHARLTON LAWRENCE EDHOLM

Something absolutely unique in the automobile world is the two-wheel motor car which has just been perfected by a Western inventor. It is not a motor-bike, but a regular car in everything but the number of wheels. The owner of this vehicle does not have to be a "rough rider" to mount and dismount, as an ingenious apparatus for balancing the machine enables the driver to crank it and take his position in the seat before starting.
This mechanism consists of two runners concealed under the foot-boards, which let down automatically when the steering wheel is released from the operator's hand, and support the car in an upright position. The photograph of the machine standing alone shows the runners on the ground and the steering post erect. The other picture shows the steering post in position for use and the runners folded under the foot-boards.
Mr. W. G. Moore, the inventor of this wonderful little car, has been granted seven patents on his novel machine, many of them being on exceedingly clever devices. For instance, the wind-shield presents a small, convex surface of glass to the wind, oval in shape, and sufficiently large to protect the driver's face, yet small enough to be out of the way. It is adjustable and removable, and when in position on the steering post is not only a convenience, but an ornament to the car.
The radial frame, rear-wheel suspension is another patent of Mr. Moore's invention that adds to the comfort of the passenger, while an entirely different system of springs is used on the front wheel. The steering knuckles are also noteworthy, as they not only turn the wheel, but shift the center of gravity, making for easy direction of the machine.
The engine is a three by three inch two cylinder, two cycle, valveless type, of eight horse power, developing twelve horse power, and the muffler is perfected so as to do away with the loud, disagreeable explosions of the average motor-cycle, making no more noise than a sewing machine. The sparking is by magneto; transmission has multiple disk clutches with two speeds. The tank holds four gallons of fuel, making the motor available for long trips.
Although the photograph shows only a one-man car, it should be stated that the machine can be used for two passengers by adding another seat over the rear wheel. This is no saddle, but a cushioned seat, suitable for lengthy trips. Instead of a second seat, one can adjust a deck over the rear mud-guard to take parcels, when it would be suitable for light delivery purposes.
The car was recently tried out in the streets of Los Angeles, near the factory, and was found to be a practical success, although a few minor changes are being made
THE TWO-WHEELED AUTOMOBILE AND ITS INVENTOR.
TWO-WHEELED AUTOMOBILE STANDING BALANCED BY RUNNERS.

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NEW MACHINE IS LITERALLY AN AUTOMOBILE ON TWO WHEELS

Called "two-wheeled auto." the invention of W. G. Moore and manufactured by the De Luxe Motor Car Company, 1002 American Trust Building, Cleveland. O ., a machine whose lines and specifications are, to say the least, decidedly novel has just been placed on the American market. Its manufacturers confidently believe that it will prove to be one of the 1910 sensations and, even more than that, point the way of future developments of the motor-driven two-wheeler. The illustration gives one a fair Idea of the radical departures embodied in the substantiallooking mount, among the specifications of which the following are worth noting:
One or two cylinder I the latter opposed horizontally), four-cycle water-cooled engine with corrugated copper water jackets. Magneto ignition. Aluminum body. Thirty-inch wood artillery wheels; 2 1/2-ins. tires. Ball bearing, two speeds with spark and throttle lever on steering wheel. A free engine that can be cranked from the ground or seat. High and low speed lever on foot board. Foot lever brake. Enclosed double chain drive. Leather faced cone clutches. Spark and throttle lever attached to steering wheel. Schebler carbureter. Gasoline tank capacity of four gallons, sufficient for 200 to 250 miles.
The rear mud guard is provided with a small baggage deck, large enough to carry grip or similar packages. The footboard is developed to the rear, providing ample room for an additional seat. Wheel base, 64 ins., 7 ins. road clearance. Weight 260 pounds. Price, $300 to $350.
In referring to his invention, Mr. Moore declared: "This car possesses so many features of utility, flexibility, convenience and economy as to place It In a field entirely by itself. It is positively the easiest riding vehicle made. It will stand alone at a crossing or while you attend to business. Two small idler wheels are concealed under the footboard and are under the control of a foot pedal on the footboard, and when coming to a stop or to merely crawl along behind traffic, the operator may drop them by pressing the foot lever, and after getting under way again, pick them up by merely releasing the same foot lever, so that the most timid rider may ride with perfect confidence and safety without putting his feet on the ground.
"It has a large, roomy, comfortably upholstered seat, which, together with the half elliptic springs at the rear, afford the greatest possible degree of comfort in riding. In fact, it possesses far smoother riding qualities than the finest four-wheeler, no pitching, tossing or lurching whatever. The speed is only limited by the confidence and courage of the operator, as the 8-10 h. engine is sufficient to propel the machine at a speed of 70 miles per hour. If the rider has the endurance and ambition.
"A lady may ride this machine without any embarrassment, and a business or professional man may ride it with as much pride and dignity as a machine costing $4,000 or $5,000.
"The artillery wood wheels, highly finished body and high grade mechanical construction put this auto-car in the same class with the high grade four-wheelers, while for flexibility and economy it is quite remarkable. This may seem a strong statement, but the fact that the engine and all its working parts are all covered and inclosed in the body and thoroughly protected from dust and exposure, justifies the assertion that this auto-vehicle is by far the most economical.
"The steering wheel and post are provided with a universal joint in the hood and may be tilted up out of the way for access and dismounting and to meet any individual requirements, enabling the operator to hold the steering wheel in the most comfortable possible position.
"My idea ot an auto has been to provide a two-wheeled car with the convenience, safety and luxury of a four-wheeler, the economy of the motorcycle, and the flexibility and ease of control of a bicycle. I believe this to be demonstrated by the classy appearance suggested by the cut, and after exhaustive and expensive tests covering mouths of time and great labor, the solution of the balancing and steering problems have been solved with equal certainty.
"The machine will glide along smoothly and without wavering as slow as six miles an hour and can be turned in a short radius when under way. Anyone can master the control of the machine in one trip."


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