1951 Kover. The Societe Industrielle de Livry, having introduced the Atlas in 1949, brought out a 2nd vehicle at the Paris Salon of 1951. It too adopted the two-seat roadster "pedal car" style of the Atlas, Rolux and Rovin D-2. It utilized the same "house" chassis & AMC motor as the Atlas, incorporating a separate gearbox and incorporated a reverse. The body was a little more "downscale" than the Atlas, with no doors and lights perched on top of the fenders rather than built-in.
Private H. Hackett of the 18th Field Ambulance, Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps (RCAMC), offers a drink to Sapper K.J. Pratt, Bourgtheroulde, France, 26 August 1944. Credit: Lieut. Ken Bell / Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / PA-137293 Restrictions on use: Nil Copyright: Expired