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Martin

The Martin was introduced in 1920 and was made by the Martin Motor Company, Springfield (USA).  It was also known as the Scootmobile and was powered by a 616cc air cooled vee-twin engine. The body was made from pressed steel fixed to a steel frame.  In many ways it was very similar to the earlier Scott Sociable, except that featured a tubular frame and not a pressed steel one. Despite the weight of the Martin the manufacturers claimed a top speed of 40mph and a fuel consumption of 75mpg.  Production ceased in 1922.

The 1920 Martin

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