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Hmm...... well so who was first? to be honest Im suprisedI didnt come across HG.Wells Time Machine...... now thats a thought.......

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a couple more....

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Early patents of Adolphe Kegresse (from hes Russian time)

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Blimey. The Anderson track wouldn't look out of place on a WWII Tank. And it's got a very similar steering system to de Mole's - nearly 20 years ahead of him.

Tip-top stuff, Ivor.

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Hi James, Myfavorite is "Goldsbury Harden Ponds Water locomotive"biggrinwhat a great name...

Thanks for the kegresse patents Ivan where did you find them? Im looking for other patent searches at the moment...

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Macfie All Terrain Vehicle

Hi, I think this patent is worthy of inclusion ,I have no idea if it was ever used for anything practical......

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Ivan wrote:

Early patents of Adolphe Kegresse (from hes Russian time)






Anyone know what year the third one is from? Filename says 1913, but there are two other years mentioned in the patent; 1898 and 1916.

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Oscar Zulu wrote:

Ivan wrote:

Early patents of Adolphe Kegresse (from hes Russian time)






Anyone know what year the third one is from? Filename says 1913, but there are two other years mentioned in the patent; 1898 and 1916.

You mean patent of Kegresse from Finland? I don't unterstand Swedish (Patet wroten in Swedish). I think is it 1916 - here is new Kegresse-system to see. On a french patents from 1913 is old Kegresse-system to see -the first. Adolphe Kegresse built hes first cars in the Garage of Tzar Nicolas II in 1912 (Mercedes 26/45 HP chassis), second - 1913 (Russo-Baltique C 24/30 HP Chassis) - all with old system. New system comming 1915 (more cars and ambulance lorries with chsassis of Russo-Baltique, Renault, Packard and one armoured car with chassis Austin 2-nd series). 1919-1921 built Poutiloff-Work in St. Petersburg others 12 armoured cars Russki-Austin-Kegresse, 1922 comming two Rolls-Royce-Kegresse cars (one for Lenin).
A. Kegresse going back to France in juli 1917.

My model of first Mercedes-26/56-Kegresse of 1912 (scale 1:43, only 70 built of my order, ca. 10 models available). This car running in januar 1913 on a ice-racing Petersburg-Kronstadt-Petersburg with recotd for "aotomobile-slege".



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Is this the earliest Halftrack?....... thats Holth Not Holt ......

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