The Peugeot Quadricycle OW is a vintage, four-wheeled automobile that was first introduced by French manufacturer Peugeot in 1902. Featuring an open-air design, the two-seat Quadricycle OW has a unique and distinctive look that is unmistakable, and promises a fun and whimsical ride. The Quadricycle OW sits upon four small, spoked wheels, and measures approximately two and a half meters long, by 86 centimeters wide. The body of the vehicle is constructed from steel and wood, giving it a vintage, antique feel. The car is powered by a single-cylinder, DeDion-Bouton engine, which runs at a maximum of 1.75 horsepower, capable of a top speed of around 18-20 mph. The interior of the Quadricycle OW features two wooden bench seats, perfect for a couple or two close friends, and two sets of foot pedals that control the car's direction of motion. The car is also fitted with a handbrake operating on the rear wheels, and a single-lever gearbox that engages power to both the front and rear wheels. The exterior of the Quadricycle OW is marked by a distinctive shape that is unique to this particular model. The tall, curved mudguards over the wheels give the car a distinctive yet classic look, while the headlights provide a soft glow to the night sky. The Peugeot Quadricycle OW is the perfect nostalgia autopride for those looking to explore the highways and byways of their local countryside, and to experience the sights of the past.
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