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Lambert's Carriage, Cycle and Motor Works

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Lambert's Carriage, Cycle and Motor Works of Thetford, Norfolk

See George Ewart Lambert

The Lambert was a British 3 wheeled cyclecar made between 1911 and 1912.

The car was powered by an 8 hp JAP engine mounted at the front and driving the single rear wheel by chain via a three speed gearbox. It was fitted with an open two seater body usually painted in green and grey vertical stripes. It was sold as "The Smartest Car on Three Wheels" and cost £110.

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