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A GYROSCOPIC MOTOR CAR.

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A GYROSCOPIC MOTOR CAR.

The New York Times
April 24, 1914


Two-Wheeled Vehicle is to be Tested in London To-day.

By Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph to The New York Times.

LONDON, April 23.—A first public official trial will be given in London to-morrow of a two-wheeled motor car which keeps its balance by means of a gyroscope.

It is called a "gyroc-car," and is invented by a Russian lawyer, Dr. Pierre Schilowsky.

The principle has been applied to an ordinary motor.  The chassis is specially adapted to carry heavy loads.



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