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New Map

The Solyto was first manufactured in France by New Map in the early 1950’s.  The Solyto was powered by a Lyon 125cc 2-stroke engine that had 3 speeds and no reverse. The body was made from steel and came in a soft top van version and also with a “camper” style body that featured both a steel top at the back and a canvas top at the front.  Production ceased in 1963.

A 1953 New Map Solyto. (My thanks to Jerome Roux for sending me this picture of his vehicle.)

A 1963 New Map Solyto with a Camper body. (My thanks to Jerome Roux for sending me this picture of his vehicle.)

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