Lot 135 - 1984 Bamby Tricycle
|Odometer reading||1,704 miles|
|Result||Sold - £4,592|
Bamby Cars are a British built marque of microcars produced in small numbers at Hull in the early 1980s. Bambys were designed and built by Alan Evans who manufactured a one-off replica of the Peel P50 which also served as a prototype for further production. This Bamby was registered on 3rd September 1984 and has been used very little during its 32 years on British roads. These are rare and unusual vehicles with a 49cc Suzuki engine, electric start and exceedingly economical. We are advised B636 URH runs and drives as it should. Finished in blue and supplied with a V5C registration document.
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