1964 Lightburn Zeta Sports. Produced by Lightburn & Co Ltd of Camden, Australia, the car is sometimes referred to as a Zeta Sports, with Zeta being the marque. But not today. The engine is a somewhat large 494cc two-stroke twin making 20.5 horsepower. And it will do a serious 77 mph. This car was intended to be driven on the road with power and performance like that! Just take your insane pills before trying to do it. Only 28 were built and only 6 survive.
1942 Baby Rhone.Paris-Rhône was a French producer of small three-wheeler electric cars based in Lyon.The front wheel was mounted on a motor-cycle style fork, but the mechanism was concealed from view by the body work.The electric motor delivered 2.5 hp at 2,300 rpm. A top speed of 19 mph and a range of approximately 40 miles were quoted. The three-wheeled car had one bench seat suitable for two thin people.