1961 Taylor-Dunn Trident. If you weren’t aware, California was a weird place in the 1960s. Still is, really. But this was their idea of a car. Originally introduced as a glorified grocery kart in 1955, the three-wheeled electric runabout was called the Taylor-Dunn PG. In 1959, the Trident was introduced. It still used a one horsepower electric motor – but it also had road-going capability.
.EARLY CHAIN DRIVE PEDAL CAR Museum quality, possible Cadillac style renditions, c. 1900's, single seat model made of wood body with pressed steel hood, painted in red overall and striped in yellow, features chain drive attached to pedals, seat is removable and used for storage, large spoke wheels have solid rubber tires, detailed stenciling, polished front lanterns. 53" l. Outstanding condition.