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1921 NER A CAR
1921 NER-A-CAR
1921 NER A CAR

1921 Ner-A-Car

The Ner-A-Car was designed by Carl A. Neracher who wanted a two-wheeled vehicle that was as car-like as possible, hence the evocative name. The pressed-steel chassis gave the bike a neat enclosed look and although it was easier to balance because of its low center of gravity, the bike’s hub-center steering made it more difficult to maneuver. The Ner-A-Car was powered by a 283cc two-stroke engine that transmitted power through a friction drive transmission. They were manufactured in New York and England between 1921 and 1927.

Collection of the Petersen Automotive Museum, gift of Gordon R. Howard

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