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Wall

The Wall Tricar was manufactured in Tyseley (UK) by A.W.Wall Ltd  from 1911. As manufacturers of the Roc motorcycle, Wall experimented with a number of unorthodox designs and were financed by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, famous for writing Sherlock Home's novels. The Wall Tricar had a sidecar type body that was mounted onto a 3-wheeled chassis and used tiller steering though in 1914 this was replaced by a more conventional steering wheel.  The Tricar was powered by either a 4.5 hp or 6 hp Precision engine that was used in the company’s motorcycles. Manufacture of the Tricar ceased in 1915. To date only two vehicles are known to still exist.  The one pictured here was known to have been last sold in the UK in around 1988 at Christies at Donnington for 61,000.

A 1912 Wall Tricar.(My thanks go to Ivor Nixon for sending me this picture of his old 1912 Wall).

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