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Pope-Tribune 6hp

Colonel Albert Pope, former Civil War Officer, began his large manufacturing empire making pistols and went on to become America's leading cycle producer. He formed a new company called Columbia to make electric cars. He founded four companies to make a wide range of petrol cars and this Pope-Tribune was the smallest and least expensive. This is an early model with a single cylinder and shaft drive.

Year1904
CountryAmerican
Capacity798 cc
Cylinders1
Maximum speed25mph/40.23kph
Price new£131
ManufacturerPope Manufacturing Company

 

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