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The LSD started manufacture in 1919 and was produced by Sykes and Sugden Limited in Huddersfield, Yorkshire. (UK) The name of the 3-wheeler came from the English currency at the time and was used to emphasize the pounds, shillings and pence that the owner could save driving the LSD.  Despite being powered by a conventional 980cc air-cooled, vee-twin, JAP engine the vehicle was very under powered for its weight which was also added to with its steel body and chassis and large artillery type wheels. The unusual suspension was independent coil springs at the front with radius nods and quarter-elliptic springs at the rear. As a result very few vehicles were made until manufacture ceased in 1924.

A 1923 LSD

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